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  1. Quote Originally Posted by dunhill225 View Post
    You guys actually think he looked better than ANYONE in the top 5? I don't think he looked better than anyone in the top 10.

    Just my opinion but I think its pretty obvious.
    if your saying cutler is nto very good... i agree
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  2. Yeah jay's physique looks like it's falling apart. I agree with DUN, pretty obvious if you watched it.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by SR83
    Flex Lewis, He's got great shape for a short guy and probably Jay
    Flex looks awesome. He really is coming along. I like watching the 202's they pack on alot of muscle!

  4. ronnie coleman by far but jay # 2

  5. Evan centaponi
    I pick things up... and i put em down...
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  6. Phil Heath has definitely been one of my favorites for a while now.

  7. Shawn ray and Dennis Wolf

  8. jay for me. Dexter is a cool dude as well, was chillin with him in pittsburgh.. nice guy to talk with.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by VS91588

    Flex looks awesome. He really is coming along. I like watching the 202's they pack on alot of muscle!
    That's what's funny about the 202 (now 212) class. The idea was people would see "prettier" physiques that were more obtainable.... Yea rt...lol... Flex is still asthetic but by and large they look like squat lill balls of muscle. I ain't ripping the guys...just the original concept.
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  10. Thats how I feel about guys like Branch Warren (whom I am not a fan of). David Henry may be one of the shortest meatballs up there but to me he does actually possess a level of asthetics.
    By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow
    Thats how I feel about guys like Branch Warren (whom I am not a fan of). David Henry may be one of the shortest meatballs up there but to me he does actually possess a level of asthetics.
    Compared to branch (never heard a nice thing about him from anyone that dealt with him) warren a vw beatle is asthetic...lol... Not a fan of branches either.
    To be honest I am not a fan of the 202 or 212 class (not sure when it officially changes) in general. I can understand ht classes but these guys lie so much about their ht its hysterical. I've met some of these guys and jay is a legit 5'9" like he says but victor is maybe 5'7" and not 5'9" and branch may be 5'5"... I met priest with my then wife who is 5'1'' and they were the same ht....lol... Anyway that's all off topic... I can see ht classes but not wt classes....in pros or amateurs but that's just me.
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  12. Dorian Yates... overall mass is amazing.... the guy has one of the best backs in bbing.

  13. Heath and Flex Lewis in the 202/212. I'm becoming a fan of Antoine Vaillant too.

  14. Johnnie jackson

  15. Quote Originally Posted by malou
    Johnnie jackson
    Good him.



    My favorites is Kai Greene & Phil Heath.
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  16. Anyone have any pics of guys that are done with the career for BB and how they look today?
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  17. Look at last months IronMan and you'll see Rich Gaspari. Dude could sweep a competition tomorrow.
    By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
    Franz Kafka

  18. Quote Originally Posted by OrganicShadow
    Look at last months IronMan and you'll see Rich Gaspari. Dude could sweep a competition tomorrow.
    Your on crack!! He looks good for his age but he would get blown off the stage at the 50+ masters nationals.

    But I mean 'your on crack' in a good way!
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by DB23
    Heath and Flex Lewis in the 202/212. I'm becoming a fan of Antoine Vaillant too.
    Antoine Vaillant and the rest of the Universal: Animal Nitrition bodybuilders are fun to watch. They just look like they are enjoying the workout and the experience. You don't see groups of pro bodybuilders working out anymore unless it's for a magazine. It's very 70s-80s I love it

  20. I am a huge Evan Centopani fan!! I believe he will be the next big name in Bodybuilding!!!

  21. Quote Originally Posted by pipeliner30
    I am a huge Evan Centopani fan!! I believe he will be the next big name in Bodybuilding!!!
    Hope he does make it
    Bigger then he already is now.
    Sucha nice guy in all
    His videos on YouTube an very family oriented!
    I pick things up... and i put em down...

  22. Quote Originally Posted by pudzian2 View Post
    Im a Jay fan. BUT i have utmost respect for Dexter, Victor, and Wolf. (oh not to mention up and coming Heath). I cant wait for this year's Olympia...already have my trip planned. Its going to be one HELL of a competition between all of these guys. Now that Ronnie's gone its a level playing feild and i must say... I cannot wait to see what these bro's bring to the O stage
    True that. "A CUT above" as he says

  23. Current, Phil Heath, although since we live in the same town and lift at the same gym I am partial. That being said my favorites of all time, Arnold, Ronnie, and Rich Gaspari. While I find Kai impressive I just don't see the appeal.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by tilldeath
    Current, Phil Heath, although since we live in the same town and lift at the same gym I am partial. That being said my favorites of all time, Arnold, Ronnie, and Rich Gaspari. While I find Kai impressive I just don't see the appeal.
    Kai Green is the man.
    Anyway what is it like seeing Heath train?
    Be cool to have him as a trainer.
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    Lift the fücking weight from the floor, or leave it on the ground. The thoughts are supposed to be daunting. The pain is meant to be tormenting.

  25. he's a busy dude chat with him every so often, lift's heavy and has a unique training style where at the end of each set he rotates between static stretching and concentration holds for around 20-30 seconds. Also he's a big fan of the curved incline bench.
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