Nick Trigili has taken umbrage with Generation Iron’s latest documentary, Enhanced 2 The Max as well as the movie’s primary focus Doctor Tony Huge.
Nick Trigili contends that Tony Huge isn’t a real doctor and that he shouldn’t be the focus of any documentary or film. Trigili believes that Tony Huge shouldn’t be allowed a platform at all and goes in depth in his latest YouTube video promoted on Instagram.
View this post on Instagram
“TONY HUGE IS NOT A DCOTOR” is the title to this newest YouTube video I am putting out . And now i’m beyond disgusted . It’s just wrong on so many levels to promote our industry / bodybuilding in this type of way. I can go into details here but just go watch my latest video about the most recent clip from Generation irons newest documentary about Tony huge. Please comment after you watch it. The community needs to hear the truth. Share this video as much as you can . – – Link in story for video ! — Sponsored by : Savior Research Serms . Link in profile to purchase. @bodysciencesupplements
While it’s easy to understand that there are certain individuals in the industry that others may not like, to contend that Tony Huge shouldn’t be given a platform is a bit extreme. Generation Iron captures the lives of a host of individuals in the fitness and bodybuilding industry with the sole purpose of sharing their unique stories.
The GI brand never takes sides in an issue and merely allows things to play out and does not necessarily agree with all statements provided by individuals in our films. Nick Trigili is well within his rights to express his opinion on the matter and utilize his first amendment rights to free speech to give his own critique on the issue and Generation Iron welcomes all open debates on topics within the fitness and bodybuilding space.
What do you think of Nick Trigili, Tony Huge, and Enhanced 2 The Max?