Tournament of Champions episode 5 preview: Who makes the finale?

Chefs Justin Warner and Simon Majumdar with host Guy Fieri, as seen on Tournament of Champions, Season 1. photo provided by Food Network
Chefs Justin Warner and Simon Majumdar with host Guy Fieri, as seen on Tournament of Champions, Season 1. photo provided by Food Network /

With only four chefs remaining, who will be win Tournament of Champions? After many unexpected outcomes, who will be the ultimate champion?

Tournament of Champions has reached the finale. With the final four chefs ready for battle, one aspect is quite clear. It will be a woman champion. Who do you think will be the ultimate winner?

According to the Food Network, this week’s Tournament of Champions, “A Champion is Crowned” features the following:

"Host Guy Fieri concludes the Tournament of Champions with two stunning semifinal battles and an epic finale that rocks the food world and crowns an unforgettable new champion."

Looking at the two final battles, it will be anyone’s game. Like every other battle, the randomizer will impact these battles. It will be curious to see what new ingredients, cooking methods and flavors that the chefs will need to use. While it might not be possible to use a sous vide machine in this competition, there are some unique kitchen tools that could appear on that randomizer.

The most exciting battle will be Antonia LoFaso versus Brooke Williamson. Even though both chefs have Top Chef experience, this competition is more difficult than any quickfire.

Throughout this season, Antonia and Brooke have presented the most impressive dishes. From smart use of the ingredients to elevated flavors, their dishes have impressed. This battle should be quite fierce.

In the other battle, it is the battle of the Food Network stars. With Maneet Chauhan against Amanda Freitag, this outcome is unpredictable. Maneet has impressed with her bold flavors. Looking at her dishes, everyone is wishing for smell-o-vision.

Amanda struggled in the last challenge. If it wasn’t for Darnell’s missed bread, she might have gone home.

As for the finale, it is anyone’s guess. Still, the edge might go to the West Coast chefs. Both Antonia and Brooke have had the highest scores. But, nothing has been predictable in this Food Network competition.

In many ways, Tournament of Champions has proven to be more exciting than anyone could have thought. The unpredictability and the busted brackets have made it must watch food TV.

Here’s how to watch the Tournament of Champions finale.

Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Start Time: 10 p.m. ET

Episode: “A Champion is Crowned”

TV Channel: Food Network

Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on Food Network’s website or app.

Be sure to watch the Tournament of Champions marathon starting at 5:30 p.m. Catch up on all the previous battles until the final winner is crowned.

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Tournament of Champions will air on Food Network on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.