Big Ramy looks unbeatable six weeks out from the 2022 Olympia.
Six weeks out from the 2022 Olympia, Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay is looking unstoppable. His latest physique update shows a champion ready to defend his title with some impressive improvements.
Well it seems as if the reigning Mr. Olympia just issued another notice to his competition. This man is just on an entirely different level. While he hadn’t shown much of his physique throughout the year, Big Ramy is making up for it big time in his physique updates as of late. It seems as if every update shows the Egyptian star looking bigger, more conditioned, and stage ready.
Other top contenders in the Men’s Open Bodybuilding division are showing some incredible improvements themselves. Nick Walker is looking massive yet fine tuned with a much more slimmed down midsection. William Bonac is also looking incredible as of late with some great conditioning. But it does seem futile when you compare them to Big Ramy.
And his most latest physique update big Ramy is showing impressive gains. While he has always been down for a size his conditioning seems to be reaching a whole new level. A big Ramy who is in great condition is a difficult man to defeat. But rather than heap praise and hyperbole, let’s allow the latest physique update images to speak for themselves.
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The definition in his legs as well as the vascularity is otherworldly. Right now Big Ramy looks inhuman and a shoe-in to win the 2022 Olympia. The opposition will have to bring something different to the table if they hope to defeat him.
With just six weeks until the big show, can the rest of the division catch up in time? While Hunter Labrada, Nick Walker, Hadi Choopan, and Brandon Curry all have a fighting chance, it’s looking more and more likely that Big Ramy will defend his title.
What do you think of the latest Big Ramy update?
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