In an episode of the Ronline Report, Ron Harris spoke with Kai Greene’s coach George Farah to discuss “The Predator’s” future in bodybuilding. Farah coached Kai Greene during the amazing run he had at the Mr. Olympia competition where he placed second behind Phil Heath in 2012, 2013, and 2014.
In the video, George Farah talked about how much Kai Greene loves bodybuilding and that he’s a true bodybuilder at heart. He also mentioned how Greene should have won the Olympia:
“We all know he’s an uncrowned Mr. Olympia“.
Farah implied that Greene will return when the time is right and that he’s not done just yet:
“He’s waiting for the right moment, Don’t count him out.”
But he also explained that Kai Greene doesn’t want this Olympia where he may receive a special invitation to compete due to the top competitors potentially being out this year. Farah spoke on behalf of Greene saying…
“I want Phil, I want Rhoden. Those are the guys I want to beat. I don’t just want to go because it’s convenient for me that I’m going to win.”
Kai Greene is still young and has a lot of gas left in his tank according to George Farah which means fans can likely expect to see him compete again.
“The sky is the limit, we’re still going to see Kai on the stage I promise,” said Farah.
Watch the interview here…
Now, it’s hard to imagine Kai Greene would have been waiting for the right time to come back considering Phil Heath and Shawn Rhoden have not missed an Olympia since Greene last competed in 2016 when he won the Arnold Classic. And at 44 years old, it probably wasn’t a good decision to wait this long before competing at the Olympia since his last contest.
But we’ll just have to wait and see what Kai Greene decides to do, although, fans are likely worn out from the hopes that he’ll come back. However, it would be a really good thing for the Olympia considering the excitement Kai Greene brings to the competition.