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    Mr. Olympia 2004 prejudjing PICS

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    It seem that the results will be:

    but jay may lose 2nd to dexter in the finals if he didn't sharpen his body untill that,(he is some flat).

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    more pics

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    'O' Man!

    Written by: Shawn Perine

    Scroll down to bottom of page for link to the photo gallery
    The first two rounds of the 2004 Mr. Olympia competition are in the books and Ronnie Coleman is nothing less than scary big. Fitting, this Halloween weekend.

    Big Ron promised for the past 12 months to come in to this show bigger than ever, and he didn't disappoint. With estimates having him near 300 pounds he was a sight to behold. When in repose, muscle just hung from his frame like toilet paper from trees on Halloween night. Of course when he flexed they jumped to attention like a children watching a late night horror flick.

    But it bigger necessarily better? While his limbs were shredded and his glutes displayed their trademark ridges, Big Ron's torso was somewhat watery, most notably his midsection. And as the prejudging wore on the film of water became more noticeable. Will this watery obfuscation make an impact on the judges? Will the condition worsen or improve by the evening show?

    Jay Cutler hit the stage at a dry 270. If he didn't have quite the level of conditioning he displayed in 2001, he made up for it in newfound size. In fact, he very nearly equalled Big Ron in the size department and showed quad separation that Ronnie can't match. Coupled with a tight and defined midsection, Jay compares quite favorably with the 6-time champ from the front. Of course Ronnie from the rear is another story. Bumps and lines and curves of all manner streak across his back. But even there Jay has managed to make up what was once a size disadvatage.

    Dexter Jackson really earned his moniker, "The Blade" today. He may be in the condition of his lifetime. His V-taper from the back is the best in the business. He is crisp and has clean lines. His only flaws are well-known by now: The appearance of somewhat high lats from the front, smallish calves and slight distention of his midsection. Yet these are minor criticisms of an outstanding physique.

    Gustavo Badell is having the show of his life so far. Amazing shape and proportions, freaky hams, thick arms and chest, wide clavicles and beautiful coloring added up to a final callout with Ronnie, Jay and Dexter.

    Victor Martinez looks about as he did at the GNC Show of Strength three weeks ago; nice lines, good size, a great back, but maybe a week out from the kind of conditioning he achieved at the 2003 NOC.

    Dennis James is big as a house up top, but could use a little more size in the legs. He, too, is holding some water.

    Darrem Charles is the most shredded man in the show- no surprise there- but looks like he might be out of the top six in the end.

    The way it looks right now, according to the callouts in both rounds, the top three at the moment should be Ronnie, Jay and Dexter, with Dexter looking more likely in third than the other two. The next three could include Gustavo, Victor or Dennis. Cormier, Ruhl, Schlierkamp are probably on the cusp of the top six group at the moment.

    Tonight's showdown promises to be one for the ages folks. If you haven't yet ordered the Pay-Per-View, get it now. Otherwise, check back here immediately following the evening show for up to the minute reporting and hundreds of photos.

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    Olympia Opinions

    1-ronnie Like Last Year The Same But Some More 294lbs
    2-jay Look Like A Bit Off He Will Land At 2nd But At That Condintion Not Desarve That 3rd Or 4th
    3- Dexter The Same As Last Year
    4-gustavo The Surprise Of The Show In His Best Shape Ever May Be Desarve To Be 2nd
    5-dinnes Not Good As Last Year Abit Flat
    6-victor The Same As The Gnc Shape Not Desarve To Be In Top 6
    7-marcus Very Good Desarve Top At Least In Top 6 That Will Not Happen
    8-gunter A Way Off Much Worse Than Last Year
    9-charles Good As 90% Of Gnc Condition
    10-cormier A Way Off So Far From His Ac20004 Condintion

    The Others Were Not Considered To Be In Top 10 Except Haider Was On And Mustafa (if He Was Well Known He May Will Fight For Top 6)
    Jones Was A Way Off So Far From His Best At Usa 2003

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    olympia results

    Ronnie win again with close second to jay(was off), badell in 3rd (big surprise)
    Dexter 4th.........

    King Ronnie

    Written by: Team FLEX

    Scroll down to bottom of page for link to the prejudging photo gallery

    In a wild and raucous evening show, 296-pound Ronnie Coleman grabbed his seventh consecutive Mr. Olympia title and a piece of history.

    As Arnold Schwarzenegger informed the Mandalay Bay crowd, his victory tied him with the Governator for second most wins in Olympia history, right behind Lee Haney's eight.

    Ronnie tightened up a bit from the day show and, to the surprise of most in attendance, managed to win a few ab-and-thigh poses in the new Challenge Round, most notably against Dexter Jackson, who ended up in fourth place with 12 points to Ronnie's 24.

    Going into the Challenge Round, which included the top six finishers based on point totals from the previous three rounds, were Gunter Schlierkamp in 6th with one point, Markus Ruhl in 5th with two, Gustavo Badell in 4th with three, Dexter Jackson in 3rd with four, Jay Cutler in 2nd with five, and Ronnie Coleman in 1st with six. Then the fun began.

    With Triple H at the microphone, Gunter stepped to the front of the stage and made the first Challenge Round callout in history. It was a back double biceps shot against Markus Ruhl. A buzzer sounded to signal the competitors to begin posing; the two men hit their poses; another buzzer signaled them to stop, and all eyes turned to the onstage electronic scoreboard. Markus took the pose and the two points that went along with it and 29 challenges between the 6 athletes followed.

    While four of the six contestants finished the day with the placings they inherited from the three prior rounds, the fortunes of Dexter Jackson and Gustavo Badell reversed during the showdown phase. In what may have been the evening's turning point, Big Ron was awarded an ab-and-thigh challenge over Dexter which, coupled with the Blade's earlier loss to Gustavo in the most muscular pose, sent Jackson down a notch to fourth and Badell up one to third.

    The show's final posedown was between, appropriately enough, Ronnie and Jay in what the big man called his "rear lat, lights out spread." And with that body blow the defending champ scored his final knockout of the evening and his seventh consecutive Sandow.

    The Challenge Round brought an unprecented level of excitement to the event, with each competitor's fans screaming their approval as their athlete picked up points, and their dismay as they didn't.

    In the end it seemed that the vast majority of attendees were in agreement that the biggest man in the show was also the best, and a deserving winner.

    The evening was finished off with a free-for-all in which all 19 competitors were invited back onstage and allowed the chance to let their hair down, which they did by running amok through the audience.

    It was a night/day/weekend to remember. It was history in the making. And it was only the beginning. To paraphrase the other 7x Mr. Olympia, "We'll be back," next year, for the new, improved Mr. Olympia's 40th anniversary celebration. Better believe another 40-year-old will be back to celebrate with us. Congratulations Big Ron!

    Following are the final placings of the 2004 Mr. Olympia competition.

    1. Ronnie Coleman- 24 pts.
    2. Jay Cutler- 21 pts.
    3. Gustavo Badell- 13 pts.
    4. Dexter Jackson- 12 pts.
    5. Markus Ruhl- 5 pts.
    6. Gunter Schlierkamp- 1 pt.
    7. Chris Cormier
    8. Dennis James
    9. Victor Martinez
    10. Darrem Charles
    11. Pavol Jablonicky
    12. Kris Dim
    13. Ahmad Haidar
    14. Johnnie Jackson
    15. Troy Alves
    16. Craig Richardson
    17. Mustafa Mohammed
    18. Richard Jones
    19. Claude Groulx

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