The ex-marine was fired after his team failed their task selling British crisps to Germans.
Lord Sugar told him: “You perhaps don’t have that spark of entrepreneurial genius that I’m looking for.”
The 28-year-old later said: “I’m absolutely gutted to have gone. I think I could have gone a lot further but it’s something which I’m going to have to deal with, learn from and overcome.
“Lord Sugar says you can’t be nice in business – that’s one thing I do disagree with him about. Nice people get far in life sometimes.”
Meanwhile Brummie Liz Locke is 3/1 favourite to win the series according to bookmakers Paddy Power. She has impressed Lord Sugar with her sales pitches and organisational skills.