Apparently, Kai Greene has lost a lot of size and he now looks like Men’s Physique competitors… not really! A fan actually photoshopped Kai and a lot of people might have actually this was a very slimmed down, new version of the “Predator”…
But this seems to be a poke at the recent drama brewing between the four-time Men’s Physique champion Jeremy Buendia and Open class bodybuilder Antoine Vaillant.
Now, it all started when Vaillant guest posed wearing board shorts on stage, and Buendia thought he was mocking the Men’s Physique division since they wear board shorts on stage. So Buendia went on a big rant, and Vaillant explained that he was not mocking the division but rather posing in the shorts for fun.
However, Buendia wasn’t buying it and Vaillant decided to make a board shorts challenge before deciding to sell the shorts to charity.
Anyways, this whole thing might have blown over by now between the two bodybuilders but apparently, one fan decided to photoshop Kai and Phil as men’s physique competitors (Size and all) in board shorts. However, the two bodies don’t really look much like them but it’s still funny to look at.
Now, if you look closely, the muscle shape (Not size) of the photoshopped body resembles Kai Greene in the chest, maybe the left arm, forearms, and traps. No other body parts would convince us that this was even Kai’s physique downsized, and his new midsection is way off!
But it doesn’t end with Kai Greene as Phil Heath joined in on the fun as he was unknowingly photoshopped too. Here’s a picture where both were standing together at both the 1 and 2 spots at one of the Mr. Olympia competitions.
Phil might look a little closer to his actual physique besides the obvious size difference but there’s no resemblance in the upper arms and lopsided chest, which just look plain wrong! But don’t worry, neither bodybuilder has lost their size, and someone just thought it’d be funny to make Kai Greene and Phil Heath small for a day, likely to make light of the whole dramatic situation recently!
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