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Author Topic: The 90's were the golden age of bodybuilding.  (Read 22755 times)
Getbig IV
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« Reply #175 on: January 13, 2013, 02:25:55 PM »

Lets break it down between Levrone and Kai.

FLS: Kai
Side Chest: Levrone
Side Tri: Levrone
BDB: Kai
Rear Lat:Kai
Abs+Thigh: Levrone
MM:Toss up

Let me interrupt you here my good man.

Kai's MM SUCKS.  In the gym, it's truly amazing ... but for whatever reason(s), onstage, his MM shots lack bigtime.  Meanwhile, Kevin's MM poses were good when he was smallish (228), medium-sized (244) AND when he was plain huge (253-260).


Both are tremendous, but until Kai wins an Olympia or 2 I'm not ready to say he is better than Levrone.

I concur.  And it's important to remember that Levrone was all but tapped out when he took second to Ronnie in the '00 and '02 Olympias.  Just a few years earlier, he had insane legs and a much thicker back.  Age and injuries kept him from toppling Big Ron, albeit that WAS Big Ron insanely overdieted and looking nothing like his usual self circa '02.
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Getbig V
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« Reply #176 on: January 13, 2013, 02:48:25 PM »

 It always looks like Kai has no traps and no forearms

  and Phil has a horrible set of abs
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Getbig V
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Go back to making jewelry and cakes with your girl

« Reply #177 on: January 13, 2013, 05:27:35 PM »

if you say so, you are the 'expert' after all  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

Can you say stumpy legs and long torso ?

Don't put expert in quotations , I never said I was an expert just to know more than most on this board and that's blatantly obvious

Flex can you say short torso , long legs and narrow? 
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