I know Ronnie's two hardest wins were 98 and 99, but I still consider him more of an early 2000s competitor.
I would say:
1) Shawn Ray
2) Lee Labrada
3) Aaron Baker
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I'll, take peyote, roam the rivers of Nairobi
Change my name to Navajo and live alone and only grow weed
Cuz, this Naomi flowin show gets pretty lonely
Dont nobody ever know you
Everybody call you homie
I'd probably say.
2. Shawn Ray
3. Either Flex or Baker... probably flex..
Someone really needs to do a screen cap of the demayo part in the first minute of that really long vid of zhasni's (the one that's on the verge of 10 minutes). Coz his tri's look actually like they're on an alien....
And jsut btw.... that pic of Dillet ^^^ has to be one of the most retarded amounts of mass of all time. Look at that shoulder to waist ratio, his shoulder width is probably at least 2.5 times the width of his waist. And his taper there is immaculate. Amazing.
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Doesn't matter where you start, it matters where you finish.
Don't blame genetics, the difference is hard work.
matarazzo and dillet were pretty big in the 90's..especially w/ the fans...not so much the judges but they have good magazine cover body parts (big arms, legs) just watch some old matarazzo posing guy was a freak and ppl loved it
ronnie coleman( he won two o's in the late 90's, still the 90's).
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