The bodybuilding legend Ronnie Coleman reveals he may never walk unassisted again due to questionable surgeries!
This is indeed very sad to hear, Ronnie Coleman who was once The King of the bodybuilding world has now been battling through a series of major surgeries over the past few years.
The 53-year old bodybuilding legend Ronnie who was once at the pinnacle of the most prestigious bodybuilding show Mr. Olympia has now been apparently reduced to a wheelchair after 10 major surgeries.
But now the 8x Mr. Olympia and the GOAT of bodybuilding say he may never walk unassisted again after the questionable surgical procedures.
In a recent video call answering a question “Will he ever walk again” by Muscular Development’s Ron Harris Ronnie reveal:
“I don’t know if that’ll [Walk] ever happen because I’ve had too much damage done to my body from all these surgeries a lot of it has to do with the way the surgeon performed the surgery and the surgeon that I’ve had the last three surgeries been really bad and caused a lot of damage to my body so I don’t know if I’ll be able to walk….
but I’m gonna give it my best shot but I think if that surgeon had to perform these surgeries right then I would have been walking a long long time ago!”
Ronnie talks about the Surgeon’s questionable surgical procedures and also reveal the huge cost of his last three surgeries which was around $2 Million.
“Just the way he [Surgoen] did everything and performed everything it was like he was kind of doing these surgeries to make money…”
“Every surgery I’ve had done was like $300,000 to $500,000 so the last three surgeries I had almost spend $2 million dollars!”
Check out the following video courtesy of Muscular Development:
Just imagine the pain of this legend who’s spent much of his life as a 300lbs mass monster pumping iron every day and now being confined to hospitals and not able to even walk properly after spending huge some of his hard earned money!
Check out the pictures of King Coleman 1998-2005:
We send our Best Wishes to bodybuilding King Coleman and hope to see him back on his feet again soon!