Did Dexter Jackson Have A Torn Bicep At The Arnold Classic Australia 2018?

Dexter Jackson’s left bicep seemed off on stage at the Arnold Classic Australia.

Roelly Winklaar shocked the world at the Arnold Classic Australia 2018 this weekend with a win over not only Arnold Classic champ William Bonac – but the master Dexter Jackson as well. And while Roelly was surely on point and deserves his win, there was something off about Dexter when he stepped up on stage.

It was his left bicep, which looked soft and completely undefined compared to his right. While no official statement has been made the rumor mill is already turning. Is this a torn bicep? It certainly looks like it might be – and after years of Dexter being injury free in such a high stress sport for the body… perhaps time is finally catching up with him. Check out the comparison picture below:

Dexter Jackson Bicep Tear Arnold Classic Australia 2018 Generation Iron

So what do YOU think? Is this a bicep tear? And if so – could this spell the end of Dexter’s career at such a late stage of his bodybuilding life? Let us know in the comments below! We certainly wish for the best for The Blade.


  1. Great Career.He’s done. Legs are down past two years and his left arm has looked damaged for past year, now just this show. this sport has a hard time telling the truth about anything, especially when a drugged out body has slipped. Once again hes been awesome, maybe the best ever in terms of consistency and wins.

  2. Still placing well in most shows I think he won’t be retiring anytime soon but I’m sure you are all just itching to jump up and take his place right away. ,,, hell NO!!! Lol my sides,, jealous twats!!!

  3. This is to remind these guys that your body has limits so you can’t go BEYOND. We are humans NOT machines… you can keep working out after 40 BUT not without RISKS…

  4. I am pointing at an injury in the nerve supply to the biceps. I sincerely do not hope that this will be a career ending injury..like lats and triceps injury Ronnie Coleman suffered from back in 2004 Mr. Olympia contest!


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