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Jud Birza Fabio Survivor

Jud Birza Fabio Survivor - Who won Survivor Nicaragua season 22? Fabio!!! Jud Birza, is now the youngest winner of Survivor.

Survivor Nicaragua season 22 was one heck of a season. The young VS old tribes dwindled to just three young men, and one unsuspected winner.

I am a true Survivor fan. I watch every episode, every season, so I get very involved and opinioned!

As I watched the season unfold, I was thinking what many were thinking – Fabio is a ditz! He is just in lala land! Well perhaps that is where others should go, if they want to win Survivor!

There were so many times that I wanted Fabio to unleash – like when NaOnka stole his socks, and eh just sat there while SHE went off on HIM! I would have freaked, but it probably kept him in the game. That is why I don’t play Survivor. That and I don’t do rain, cold, lack of food, bugs, snakes – you get the idea.

Jud Birza Fabio Survivor

So when Fabio, aka Jud, made it to final five, then four and was winning the immunity challenges to do so, I knew he was going to win. He hadn’t screwed over any one, which for some reason is important to players, even though it is a game of SURVIVOR, and he was acting like he knew what was going on. Big stuff.

Overall, he played a great game, and was a great character to watch. I am happy for him!

Here is a bit of info on Jud Birza, who was dubbed Fabio on Survivor season 22. No his mama didn’t name him Fabio, it was a nickname given on the show! He is 21 years old, which makes him the youngest winner of the game. He is a student and describes himself as sexy, intelligent, and goofy.

CBS sites his “Personal Claim to Fame” as “Being a rad older brother.” 
You can check out Fabios photos here. They are all professional modeling pics, so we cant post them here.

Jud Birza Fabio Survivor


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