Poll: 2003 Mr. O Champ

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    I think ronnie should win, but i also have a feeling he might get screwed too. Bodybuilding is losing what little credibility it had left with the fans. And with weider selling off the mags and the rule changes, it's gonna be an effin joke. Pretty soon David Pecker is gonna have Mr. O being a guy off the cover of men's health. He doesn't give a crap about bodybuilding, just making money. And unfortunately it will never be appealing to the mainstream in it's current state. I can understand that, as not many people can look at ronnie and think his physique is attainable to them, but they should leave it alone for the people who get inspired by seeing a guy 5'10 285 ripped. I didn't start bodybuilding to look like an underwear model. It just sucks that they're killing a sport alot of people love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jarhead
    I think ronnie should win, but i also have a feeling he might get screwed too. Bodybuilding is losing what little credibility it had left with the fans. And with weider selling off the mags and the rule changes, it's gonna be an effin joke. Pretty soon David Pecker is gonna have Mr. O being a guy off the cover of men's health. He doesn't give a crap about bodybuilding, just making money. And unfortunately it will never be appealing to the mainstream in it's current state. I can understand that, as not many people can look at ronnie and think his physique is attainable to them, but they should leave it alone for the people who get inspired by seeing a guy 5'10 285 ripped. I didn't start bodybuilding to look like an underwear model. It just sucks that they're killing a sport alot of people love.
    Great post jarhead!

    Oh and I now present your 2006 future Mr. O. Clay Aiken! Who cares about muscle and "conditioning" I just want a fresh face to sell bodybuilding to the masses of fickel ab-tronic using mainstream! Clay Aiken is just perfect to be Mr. O I mean he has those cuts and you can see his shredded abs like Brad Pitt man isn't that was its all about!

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    Yeah Clay's a shoe in! Also-They'll probably change the prize for first place at the O to a box of slimfast bars, the buns of steel boxed set, and an exclusive endorsement deal with "thigh master."
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleChina
    How did Gunter get 10 votes here, ROFLMAO. I think Ruhl is more of a beast.
    Well how many chics voted? That's the only reason I could think of. The only reason Gunter is so big is because of his bone structure. Ronnie may not weigh as much but he's got a hell of a lot more muscle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleChina
    How did Gunter get 10 votes here, ROFLMAO. I think Ruhl is more of a beast.
    Ruhl is definately the beast of bodybuilding.

    As far as this years (2004) Olympia,of coure it will be Ronnie. He's going to win until one of three things happen: 1) He quits 2) His Gut gets too big 3) He kills over

    As far as who will take over...who knows. I bet we'll have a new coleman soon enough. I don't see any of the current contenders being of the same caliber. I think Cutler is played up as much as Gunter. Cutler is always flat and Gunter is just lacking that natural physique. IMHO, Ruhl should take it before either of those two. At least he can get past that flatness cutler has and if BIG is what people judge by, he is the biggest (save Ronnie's legs and glutes--legs are close, ronnie's glutes are just nutz!)

    As for up and coming contenders, I'm skeptical about Aleksander Fedorov. Many people like him, but he's way too unproportional. He's got a good natural physique, but his right arm is probaby an inch bigger than his left and his rhomboids (suprisingly) seemed very unproportional in the last back double bi shot I saw. Not to mention his being so prone to injury.I dont know...I personally always like Milos Sarcev type physiques, so I guess I have a hard time getting a grip on who weider wants to win...
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    Cutler's good just not when he's over dieted like he was at the arnold. He lookes much better when he's around 270pnds. I think Victor Martinez is next if Ronnie ever decides to retire. Cause that's the only way he's going out.
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    Maybe if Cutler stays big and doesn't go flat on us. He has a good build. What's discouraging is this comparison: http://www.bodybuildingpro.com/forum...ead.php?t=1168
    The guy who started that thread thinks he made great progress, I disagree...
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    Ronnie will win in 2004. No one can match him.

    The battle will be for second. Depending on how the judges are judging, it will be either Jay or Dexter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nullifidian
    Ronnie will win in 2004. No one can match him.

    The battle will be for second. Depending on how the judges are judging, it will be either Jay or Dexter.
    Don't forget about Cormier. He's got the ability to put em both to shame.
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    Cormier also has a history of not coming in top condition.

    His last performance was an EXTREMELY rare one. I doubt we'll see him like that again anytime soon.
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    cutler for the win!
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    I think Cutler is played up as much as Gunter. Cutler is always flat and Gunter is just lacking that natural physique. IMHO, Ruhl should take it before either of those two. At least he can get past that flatness cutler has and if BIG is what people judge by, he is the biggest (save Ronnie's legs and glutes--legs are close, ronnie's glutes are just nutz!)
    Totally agree with that.
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    If Ronnie comes in even in halfway decent shape, with as much muscle and shape as he's got, it's his show. He is not from this planet. (and not because it looks like an alien is going to pop out of his belly.) He's just too overpowering IMO. Even with a midterm pregnancy looking belly. But let's face it, a guy who weighs close to 300lbs contest shape isn't going to have a 28 inch waist. Jay Cutler is going to be wore out from playing the Michigan State Spartan mascot on saturday mornings for the last couple of months anyway.(beating a dead horse I know..) he might come in at 270 ripped, but 50 of it will be head. i agree that Ruhl should beat cutler. I have his training dvd and I have never seen anyone that brutally thick and massive through the chest. **** his old lady would give cutler a run for his money. She's a beast!
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    i agree that Ruhl should beat cutler. I have his training dvd and I have never seen anyone that brutally thick and massive through the chest. **** his old lady would give cutler a run for his money. She's a beast!
    Couldn't have said it better myself. He's got mega mass...and so does his "training partner."
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    this guy is gonna win, my money is on this dude.
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    That's Dexter Jackson.
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    Dexter's a lock for 2nd or 3rd. Anybody see Ronnie in the last issue of Flex?(Only reason I bought it was cause I flipped through and saw this article) They had a layout of him training at Metroflex HOLY****! Looks like a damn mountain! It showed him doing corner t-bar rows with like 650 or 700pnds! There's a pic of him standing next to his hummer and he makes it look like a hondai!
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    I got a prediction for you!! The bodybuilder who probably SHOULD win WON'T! Why change history?
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    Dexter does present a perfect package of cuts, symmetry, and balance.

    Depending on how figure in mass and gigantic traps, lats, and legs, Ronnie will win.

    I think Dexter is like the pinnalce of the old-school look that I like-->samller waist, sweeping lines, perfect abs, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brodus
    Dexter does present a perfect package of cuts, symmetry, and balance.

    Depending on how figure in mass and gigantic traps, lats, and legs, Ronnie will win.

    I think Dexter is like the pinnalce of the old-school look that I like-->samller waist, sweeping lines, perfect abs, etc.
    I think Cormier got him by a little bit in symetry, balance and definetly size.
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    Ronnie Coleman, couple years back, same poses.

    Notice the insane separation in the Bicep, and the striated shoulders and pecs, ala Dexter, only bigger.
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    good pics, i guess i would have to see coleman in person,
    no doubt he is massive, he will prob. take it, i just think with the rule changes it will close the gaps, and dexter just has a "tighter package"
    i dunno ronnie waist looks bigger than it should be imo, well that front double bi it looks friggin small!!!
    dont get me wrong i like him, and think he has worked hard and deserves it....
    but something is going to happen with dex, his waist is freaky small for his size too.

    there are just afew freaks that it is hard to decide on which one ya know?
    i would kill to look like most of them with out the shortened lifespan of course.

    fyi - i am not gay

    thx for the pics brodus
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBadBootyDady
    Well how many chics voted? That's the only reason I could think of. The only reason Gunter is so big is because of his bone structure. Ronnie may not weigh as much but he's got a hell of a lot more muscle.
    You're kidding right?

    As someone who is big and tall myself, I can atest that just because my bone structure is larger than most... I'll still look smaller - given same weight - compared to someone is is say 5'9/5'10.

    Being big and tall is great but it makes everything that much harder when it comes to the sport of Bodybuilding.

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    ill be dropping the 29.99 to watch the night show tonight, even if its being aired at 10pm-1am. got my girl interested in it too.. told her big mighty men will be posing in little tiny posing briefs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sage
    ill be dropping the 29.99 to watch the night show tonight, even if its being aired at 10pm-1am. got my girl interested in it too.. told her big mighty men will be posing in little tiny posing briefs.
    Sage
    I am having a hell of a time finding out the pay per view channel this will be on. I have Dish Network Satilite TV. AKA Dish TV, can't seem to find it.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleChina
    I am having a hell of a time finding out the pay per view channel this will be on. I have Dish Network Satilite TV. AKA Dish TV, can't seem to find it.....
    dont waste your time:

    Dear Mr. Williams,
    Thank you for your e-mail. Specific information regarding Mr. Olympia is not currently available. It is our intent to add a variety of programming and services to please the majority of current and future subscribers. We will gladly forward your request to our Programming Department for further consideration.
    We thank you for your input as we continually review our options in order to provide a compelling lineup for our viewers. Please stay tuned for consumer Charlie Chats that are broadcast monthly on Channel 101 or logon to our website for future programming announcements.
    Your business is greatly appreciated and we thank you for allowing us to be of assistance to you. If you have any further questions or concerns, please refer to www.dishnetwork.com or reply to this email.
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    ronnie won, by 3 pts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulkmuscle
    ronnie won, by 3 pts.
    Yea, the challenge round was retarded. Because of it Dexter (the non Weider athlete) got screwed royally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flava
    dont waste your time:

    Dear Mr. Williams,
    Thank you for your e-mail. Specific information regarding Mr. Olympia is not currently available. It is our intent to add a variety of programming and services to please the majority of current and future subscribers. We will gladly forward your request to our Programming Department for further consideration.
    We thank you for your input as we continually review our options in order to provide a compelling lineup for our viewers. Please stay tuned for consumer Charlie Chats that are broadcast monthly on Channel 101 or logon to our website for future programming announcements.
    Your business is greatly appreciated and we thank you for allowing us to be of assistance to you. If you have any further questions or concerns, please refer to www.dishnetwork.com or reply to this email.
    Sincerely,
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    Thanks for the update mate I really appreciate that. I figured that I was just too dumb to find it, well as you pointed out they didn't even carry, it I guess they had a Hillary Duff movie on the 34th pay per view channel.
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    i hate looking at the pics of those guys.. cause it makes me look in the mirror and then want to go have a 2nd workout of the day lol
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