Kevin Levrone | Mr. Olympia 2016
As you can see in the title, which is exactly the topic. We’ll tell you our opinion as to whether Kevin Levrone do something interesting at this year’s Mr. Olympia.
Kevin Levrone in 51 years, we think it is even older has great genetics, great genetic potential.
For his age this is an incredible form. Regardless of all other factors.
This is very good marketing ploy, because the Mr. Olympia has become a bit boring in recent years, as it always talking about the same people in the competition. Always talking about today’s bodybuilders and comparison with competitors from 90s.
Can he get into the top 10 think we can, but in the top 3 or win the Mr. Olympia all doubt. When we look at today’s criteria and when we look at the training of its back, we saw that he was in great shape. We can only say unfortunately today no wins aesthetics, dryness, especially in harsh bodybuilding.
We believe that he will be able to be in the top six and that judges will be on his side, we will see, it will be very interesting.
Mr. Olympia 2016 | Who could be the winner?
This will definitely be one of the most interesting Mr. Olympia until now because, definitely everyone in the top eight is a candidate to win. It’s not just Phil Heath, it’s not just the Big Ramy, Shawn Rhoden, Dexter Jackson, Roelly Winklaar, Dallas McCarver, Cedric McMillan, there is still a couple of names that are not as well known but who can very much to do.
We shall all remember this Mr. Olympia for the return of Kevin Levrone, definitely one of the best competitors in history. It will be interesting to see the clash of the 90s and new bodybuilders. Definitely this is a good move that will attract older viewers as well as some new ones.
Phil Heath which is unbeatable the last couple of years is definitely the biggest than ever, but it does not mean that he is the best. For the last 3 years he was unfortunately getting worse and worse in the eyes of critics. Last year, he had the worst form, according to many Dexter Jackson was supposed to be the first with which we agree. Every year he comes bigger and not better.
This year will be interesting to see what will happen. On stage we will only see the real visual effect of muscle and body, and when they pose. For example, because Shawn Rhoden, who is one of the smallest competitors on stage looks larger than some that have more pounds than he.
Uncrowned kings of bodybuilding
We all know the great thirteen that prides itself with Sandow statuette as the supreme award of professional bodybuilding. But attention should be paid to those that have never reached the glory, but they should have …
1st Kevin Levrone
The Maryland Muscle Machine’s icon of his time. Described as a “cool guy” premium proportions was the best in its variation side chest pose. Shoulders as mountains and hands which are not many could boast made him challenge for absolutely everyone. He has won numerous professional competitions, there were rumors about a possible Olympia title. He knows what it’s like to have a silver or gold medal is still somehow a step ahead. Kevin everyone knows and very specific method of preparation, and the fact that a good part of the year did spend almost all of the resting and then a few months before the competition, “put in the maximum speed”. For many today, Kevin one of those who were able to carry Olympia title and it’s hard not to see why not.
2nd Flex Wheeler
Kenneth Wheeler was perhaps the greatest potential. It is said that in some competitions had not had any real preparation, and always tearing up the stage. Nicknamed the Sultan of symmetry. All on his figure was as crossed out from the opposite side. It looked like a nice transition between the old and the new age, and although he was not on the level with a huge, never looked small. The biggest clash had 98. It was a historic night in which they remained standing only Flex and Coleman, as at the end of all, we all know it.
3rd Shawn Ray
Sugar Shawn Although small, it was dynamite in every sense. He won the competition and the fans, dealt with self-promotion. Shawn was everywhere, except at the top of Mister Olympia. Several times well shook the throne of Dorian Yates, and out of shape never appeared. Master posturing and theatrics – videos of his routines are now the most watched on YouTube when it comes to presentation on stage. Shawn Ray has left an indelible mark on bodybuilding, and that Sandow that time went to him, sport might have been different!
Of course, there are bodybuilders who were able to knock down the occasional king of bodybuilding, but when it comes to the recognition and effective career, these three are far above the rest of the pack. Flex, Levrone and Ray have set standards that are only Mister Olympia could overcome!
I’m interested in your opinion? Did he lie that he did not take steroids?
This is the best built body I have ever seen in my life, so I’m interested in one thing.
Many people claim that this is not possible to be like him and free of chemicals and Kevin Levron argued persistently that he was clean. He says it’s his genetics.
The Mr Olympia 2003 contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding competition held October 22-26, 2003 at the Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
For the fifth year in a row, the total prize money for the Mr. Olympia weekend was increased, reaching a level of $404,000 with the winner taking home $110,000 and a Cadillac Escalade provided by Pinnacle Supplements.
- Ronnie Coleman won his sixth consecutive Mr. Olympia title
- Chris Cormier pulled out of the Olympia due to sickness, although he was at the press conference
- Art Atwood and Kevin Levrone both competed despite experiencing injuries during their training
- Arnold Schwarzenegger made a special guest appearance
- Franco Columbu received two special awards from the IFBB and was quoted “I’m happy that I got two awards and Arnold got nothing”
- Lee Haney, the man who broke Arnold’s record of seven Mr. Olympia titles received a special lifetime achievement award from the IFBB and FLEX Magazine
Mr Olympia 2003 results
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