6. Dexter Jackson
5. Dennis Wolf
4. Victor Martinez
3. Kai Greene
2. Jay cutler
1. Phil Heath
Let the Phil Heath era begin. Hopefully bbing goes back to its roots and Aesthetics come more into play rather shear muscle mass.
Last edited by Mark!; 09-17-2011 at 11:45 PM.
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Ehh the mass monsters are more fun.
Phil Heath did not retire... I think people are speculating Jay will retire (or he may have announced it, I am not sure).
IMO,Jay didn't deserve 2nd.
Kai looked better.
Surprised to see Victor bounce back to 4th.
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I'm actually a little surprised at Dexter Jackson's placement. Seems that he could have maybe been 4 instead of 6 this year.
Looks like he's just not going to get much respect from the judges anymore.
Phil looked great as expected. When I saw him for the first time at last year's Mr. O, I thought that he would definitely be the next Mr. O.
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Bump. If no one's seen his routine yet it's pretty cool. Great music.
My mind and focus has been so far from lifting that I forgot about the Mr. Olympia. I finally looked up to see who won the Olympia about 3 weeks ago. When I looked at the first picture of Phil Heath I just thought "Wow, he took it for sure."
He looked awesome. That's the largest I've seen a BBer along with that degree of aesthetics and symmetry. It was pretty damn amazing. I'd say that the real competitions will be held at the Arnold.
Now Kai Greene gets to be Jay Cutler for the next few years placing 2nd behind Phil. The competition at future Olympia's will be places 3 through whatever.
There are a lot of guys on the come up, so our top 6 should be looking more and more different.
Dexter, Jay and Victor should be nearing the end of their BBing careers. That opens up a few spots. Dennis Wolfe is always iffy, Kai can be rather off with conditioning, and Branch might not have much longer.
I'm looking forward to BBing over the next few years. Thank you Phil Heath. I think with him as the top dog it will make BBing a bit more intriguing.
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