CAN TODAY’S BODYBUILDERS COMPETE WITH JAY CUTLER’S 2001 PHYSIQUE?

Generation Iron Jay Cutler 2001

Prime Cutler vs Prime Heath.

The ultimate competition for proving who’s the best bodybuilder in the world is right around the corner. The Mr. Olympia contest is more than just a simple bodybuilding competition, but an event that features a number of different athletes and recreations. The Olympia has a long history featuring some dominant champions and even some controversial moments that are still spoken of today. That rich history is what sets apart the Olympia from other similar bodybuilding events.

Every champion was deserving, proving they were the absolute best through extensive training, brilliant posing, and the confidence that comes with being number one. Champions like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Frank Zane, Lee Haney, Dorian Yates, Ronnie Coleman; all of those men were considered at one time or another the most well muscled, evenly proportioned, shredded bodybuilders out there.

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Another bodybuilding champion of note was undoubtedly Jay Cutler. The man who would eventually go on to defeat one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time, Ronnie Coleman, Cutler was a man on a mission in the late 90s and early 2000s. After falling to Coleman a number of different times, Cutler was determined to bring his best to the table in order to unseat the then thought to be unbeatable champion. Those losses would prove to be the biggest motivating factor for Cutler and saw him make constant improvements to his physique until finally defeating Coleman in the 2006 Olympia competition.

But even before then Jay was in championship form. In 2001 he had the kind of form that may have proven to defeat even current champion Phil Heath. Take a look at his impressive form in the video below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eL4QT4UOWN4

Do you think Jay Cutler’s 2001 form could beat Phil Heath today? Let us know what you think in the comments and forums. Also, be sure to follow Generation Iron on Facebook and Twitter.

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