Ronnie Coleman The Champion of the Champions
8X Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman invited M&S to his home in Arlington, Texas to show what exactly over 20 years of professional bodybuilding really looks like.
Coleman also shares a pretty funny story about how Kevin Levrone brought him to the next level and awakened the beast within.
We had 7 shows in 11 days this was a European tour in 1997 after the Olympia and Kevin Levrone had won six in a row and he was winning everything and every show and I was getting like forth and sixth and I’m like man what is Kevin doing to win all these shows so I’m like I go by his room and ask him so I go back to his room knock on the door… hey man how are you winning all these shows what are you doing I can’t get anything works for me… he’s like you want to know what I’m doing? I said right yeah…
He goes over to the coffee maker pour the cup of coffee goes in the refrigerator pulls out a bottle of Vodka pours into the coffee… he’s like drink this… I was like drink this for what?
[Kevin] said if you want to know how I was winning all these shows this is what I do every single night!
So I drank this Vodka & Coffee and the next day at the show I beat Kevin… And I think that was the last time Kevin ever beat me.
Check out the above video!
Ronnie Coleman is the winner of the Mr. Olympia bodybuilding title for eight years in a row and regarded as one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time. Ronnie Coleman has won more times as IFBB professional than any other bodybuilder with 26 winnings. He also remained Mr. Olympia consistently from 1998 to 2005.
- 1990 Mr. Texas (Heavyweight & Overall)
- 1991 World Amateur Championships (Heavyweight)
- 1995 Canada Pro Cup
- 1996 Canada Pro Cup bh
- 1997 Grand Prix
- 1998 Toronto Invitational
- 1998 Mr. Olympia
- 1998 Grand Prix Finland
- 1999 Mr. Olympia
- 1999 World Pro Championships
- 1999 Grand Prix England
- 2000 Mr. Brody Langley
- 2000 Grand Prix England
- 2000 World Pro Championships
- 2000 Mr. Olympia
- 2001 Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic
- 2001 Mr. Olympia
- 2001 New Zealand Grand Prix
- 2002 Mr. Olympia
- 2002 Grand Prix Holland
- 2003 Mr. Olympia
- 2003 Grand Prix Russia
- 2004 Mr. Olympia
- 2004 Grand Prix England
- 2004 Grand Prix Holland
- 2004 Grand Prix Russia
- 2005 Mr. Olympia
- 2006 Grand Prix Austria – IFBB, 2nd
- 2006 Grand Prix Holland – IFBB, 2nd
- 2006 Grand Prix Romania – IFBB, 2nd
- 2006 Mr. Olympia – IFBB, 2nd
- 2007 Mr. Olympia – IFBB, 4th