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The 2004 Mr. Olympia DVD - Review


BodybuildingPro.com Bodybuilding Video & DVD Reviews The 2004 Mr. Olympia DVD - Review

2004 Mr. Olympia Finals & Prejudging (DVD) - KING RONNIE crowned by the Governator! Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger walked onto the Olympia stage holding the Sandow trophy and presented it to Ronnie Coleman for tying his record. Both men stand only one victory away from all-time leader Lee Haney. BUY IT NOW Mr Olympia


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REVIEW - 2004 MR. OLYMPIA (DVD)
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DISC 1
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2004 Mr. Olympia Finals & Prejudging (DVD) - KING RONNIE crowned by the Governator! Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger walked onto the Olympia stage holding the Sandow trophy and presented it to Ronnie Coleman for tying his record. Both men stand only one victory away from all-time leader Lee Haney. BUY IT NOW Mr Olympia


Mandatory Poses
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1. Gunter Schlierkamp
Age 34
Germany
6'1, 300 pounds

Gunter was looking big and conditioned as usual. Still not up to the standard he presented at the 2002 Mr. Olympia and 2002 GNC Show of Strength, but impressive nevertheless. A very friendly competitor, it is no surprise that Gunter is a fan favourite.

2. Kris Dim
Age 31
Cambodia
5'4, 205 pounds

Kris is one of those bodybuilders who doesn't have the height or frame size to make mass the name of his game, so very intelligently, he focusses on quality and conditioning, and it showed at the contest. He was shredded from head to toe including ripped glutes. His back was very big, especially considering his relatively low body weight, his serratus and abs were sharp and he had crazy striations all over. His triceps were also standout - very full and shapely, however, his legs were down in size from previous contests, and it cost him.

3. Dexter Jackson
Age 35
USA
5'6, 225

Dexter is known for his excellent conditioning, and this show was no different. He is shredded everywhere and has no weak points for conditioning, which sets him aside from basically every other pro. His glutes, lower back, abs - everything! His most muscular pose is also shredded - he has crazy striations in his delts like no other bodybuilder has ever had.

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4. Ahmad Haidar
Age 36
Lebanon
5'7, 225

Ahmad is another bodybuilder known for his conditioning. He is ripped and striated with a very cut back and excellent six pack.

5. Chris Cormier
Age 37
USA
5'11, 260

Chris probably had the best X-Frame of the show. This comes down to both having an excellent physique and being able to pose and show it properly - and he looked great. Chris was big and ripped and had great size and symmetry. His lat spread was amazing as always (both front and back), and his shoulders were big and round.

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6. Craig Richardson
Age 30
USA
5'7, 210

Craig definitely came into the show right - he was full and in condition, as well as having great legs and great overall balance. His glutes were shredded (proof of being in great shape on contest day), as well as the rest of him (very shredded). He had a great back and back lat spread and big shoulders to give him a great V shape in many poses.

7. Pavol Jablonicky
Age 41
Czech Republic
5'8, 225

Pavol was the oldest man in the contest - but despite that he still looked great. His muscles were dense and grainy (think of sandpaper), and his posing in this round was good as well (despite what many have said about him, I thought his posing was fine). His back lacks width, most notably in the rear double biceps pose, but he is still the possessor of a very cut most muscular.

8. Richard Jones
Age 30
USA
5'7, 212

Richard "Magic" Jones may have been the disappointment of the show - not so much in that he came in out of shape, but because expectations were so high that he would do so well. It looks to me that Richard overdieted and came in flat. In any case, he had one of the most aesthetically pleasing physiques on stage, and no, I'm not saying this just because he was smaller than the rest, but because he had a great vacuum pose and an amazing waist to shoulder and waist to chest differential. His legs were flat, but he came in shredded, especially from behind, where his Christmas tree lumbar separation was just excellent. He also had a great abs and thigh pose.

9. Troy Alves
Age 38
USA
5'8, 230

Troy did not come into this show as full as he did at the 2003 Mr. Olympia Contest, and that flatness resulted in a lower placing than he got in his rookie Mr. Olympia year. In any case, Troy still has that classic shape which is very pleasing to the eye. His glutes and hamstrings tie in is still soft and I think the judges have still been marking him down for it.

10. Jay Cutler
Age 31
USA
5'9, 265

Jay was huge and cut as he always is. His colour was orange and didn't look as good on him as his reddish brown colour that he had at the 2001 Mr. Olympia Contest, which I think hurt him a little. Although even with better colour, I think he would have still got second place, making little improvements like that always help. His back was wide as ever, especially his rear lat spread, and his diamon calves looked especially good in that pose. His arms were huge as always, and his abs were deep. As well, Jay's fullness was very good, and he was as large as life.

11. Darrem Charles
Age 36
Trinidad & Tobago
5'9, 235

Darrem was full and as shredded as anything! I personally think he was the most ripped competitor on stage. His shape and symmetry were excellent, as was his posing. He had great tie ins between his shredded glutes and hamstrings, as well as other body parts, and his lower back Christmas tree separation was excellent, and as good as anyone else on stage. His thighs were beyond striated - they were cross striated, and as always, Darrem's posing was amazing. As far as I'm concerned, he deserved better than 10th place, but he did give up a lot of size in this lineup, and it was a tough contest to finish top 10.

12. Johnnie O. Jackson
Age 33
USA
5'8, 225

Johnnie O. Jackson is a "powerbuilder" which means he incorporates powerlifting workouts into his bodybuilding training - and it shows! His back is thick and dense and his heavy poundages (805 pound deadlifts) show in his physique. His pecs are also amon the thickest I've ever seen (not just in this show, but in the history of bodybuilding). His back double biceps is detailed and thick, and the same can be said for his very thick rear lat spread. Unlike so many other bodybuilders, Johnnie's pecs don't disappear when he does a front double biceps pose. He is an excellent bodybuilder, and he would have done far better, if not for his conditioning, which wasn't as good as it previously had been at the 2004 Toronto Pro show, where he qualified for the Mr. Olympia.

13. Gustavo Badell
Age 31
Puerto Rico
5'8, 250

Gustavo was definitely one of the highlights of the show - tiny waist and knifed! His condition was even apparent in his front double biceps pose, where his abs could be seen clearly. He had one of the best X frames of the show, and his glutes were shredded. His lat spreads were wide and cut, and his abs and thigh was a knockout. His chest also showed excellent conditioning.

14. Claude Groulx
Age 41
Canada
5'7, 230

Claude was also one of the few bodybuilders on stage over the age of 40. It appeared as though he tore one or even both of his biceps, which really hurt him in many poses (front double biceps, rear double biceps, most muscular, to name a few). His back was cut and he deserves credit for showing up in condition, but he was still not at the level he was when he won the 2003 Master's Olympia Contest.

15. Markus Ruhl
Age 32
Germany
5'10, 280

Markus Ruhl was at his big, hard, and full self at the show. His biceps were huge, his thighs were huge and cut, his hamstrings were huge, but not up to par with the rest of him in terms of conditioning, and his glutes were soft as well. His abs and thigh pose had improved considerably since 2000, when it was quite blocky, and his front most muscular was incredible, and in my opinion, the best on stage, even better than Ronnie Coleman (although, they were both very close).

16. Mustafa Mohammad
Age 38
Jordan
5'8, 265

Without question, Mustafa was overlooked at this contest, just as he was at the 2004 Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic, where he came second last. His thighs were enormous, and had sweep that I've rarely seen on any bodybuilder short of Tom Platz. He was full and his hamstrings were a great match for his quads. His calves were hard and cut and his triceps looked like lightning bolts shooting down his arm! His tie in between his abs and serratus was excellent and his delts were striated. He looked impressive standing relaxed, but even better when he hit a pose to show shooting cuts and striations run all over his body. Without question, getting 17th in this lineup out of 19 competitors was nothing short of highway robbery - no matter what the judging standard was!

17. Dennis James
Age 35
Thailand
5'8, 260

I felt Dennis looked great at the show. He was huge as he has been known for, and extremely full. Many said he looked better in the days leading up to the contest (he is also known for missing his peak), but I think he looked good. Some said he was holding a bit too much water, and I can see that, but his mass and fullness is hard to overlook. His torso is long and his lats are high, but his waist is good, which makes for a great look in certain poses (such as the front lat spread), and his chest is one of the best in the history of bodybuilding. His glutes were shredded, which is strange, given he was holding more water than usual. His back was HUGE, and his back double biceps was cut and detailed. His calves had that great diamond shape and his lat spread was also showing excellent detail - did I mention he was full? Wink - you'll know what I mean when you see it. At 265 pounds, this was Dennis' heaviest competition weight yet.

18. Victor Martinez
Age 31
Dominican Rebublic
5'9, 240

Victor looked great. I personally felt he looked better at the 2004 GNC Show of Strength, but he did show up in good form here as well. His back is a standout, as is his overall shape - this man has the potential to be Mr. Olympia one day if he keeps improving and has the desire to take it that far. Time will tell.

19. Ronnie Coleman
Age 40
USA
5'11, 296

Wow - that's all I can say! Ronnie was just HUGE - huge thighs, huge delts, huge arms, huge glutes - SHREDDED from top to bottom (including his calves), with calves that (despite claims) look fine even next to his enormous thighs. His abs were not too bad either. However, Ronnie REALLY needs to stop prancing around the stage from side to side exposing his one major weak point - his stomach distention. Understandably, all that posing makes him tired, and he relaxes his stomach, but I think it looks as if he isn't conscious of the problem whatsoever. He walks around the stage from side to side with his stomach sticking out - as some critics have said, almost as though he is saying "Hey, I'm going to win this thing despite my major flaw" - he needs to get a better control of his stomach in between poses (and not just during the pose itself). Otherwise, I have nothing negative to say about Ronnie - in terms of size, shape, symmetry, and everything he is great. His posing is good, and it's no wonder at all that he is Mr. Olympia. He's so far ahead of the nearest competition, it's not even funny.

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Symmetry Round
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The symmetry round started by comparing all sides for all of the competitors - front, back, and both left and right sides. Interestingly, Victor Martinez is an enormous bodybuilder, but he is completely dwarfed next to Ronnie Coleman who is just a complete beast. The symmetry comparison showed clearly this size difference.

The callouts went as follows:

1. Ronnie Coleman, Jay Cutler, Dexter Jackson.

Ronnie was the clear winner in this callout. As far as I'm concerned, Ronnie is miles ahead of his nearest competition - Jay Cutler, who is miles away from the nearest competition behind him - that is using the standard of massive size, good condition and decent shape. You could argue that Dexter Jackson beats both Ronnie and Jay Cutler on the basis of shape, but we all know judging emphasizes size and condition these days (balanced as best as possible). Unfortunately, Dexter gives up too much mass to compare favourably by this standard with Ronnie or Jay, but all three bodybuilders are great. During the callout, Dexter and Ronnie switch positions and compare fronts, sides, and backs once again.

2. Dennis James, Chris Cormier, Gunter Schlierkamp, Victor Martinez.

This callout wasn't as easy to give a clear winner too. As huge as Gunter is in street clothes when relaxed, his muscles don't pop out nearly as much as other bodybuilders who are actually quite a lot lighter and less muscular than he is. This callout was good though - it definitely gave an idea of some of the rest of the positions filling up the top 10. Gunter Schlierkamp, is to me, a bigger version of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

3. Dennis James, Victor Martinez, Dexter Jackson, Gustavo Badell, Chris Cormier.

4. Darrem Charles, Gustavo Badell, Markus Ruhl, Gunter Schlierkamp, Kris Dim.

What took me by surprise in the callouts Gunter was in was how small his arms looked in some poses. To start off - his arms are huge. I think that his arms tend to get dwarfed by other body parts in certain poses, which explains why they end up looking small. His back relaxed looks huge as well but in the rear double biceps, doesn't me the impression of as much mass as we all know it has.

5. Darrem Charles, Chris Cormier, Pavol Jablonicky, Kris Dim.

Take note of the amazing conditioning of these guys. They may not have made the top five, but they looked amazing, nevertheless.

6. Gustavo Badell, Dexter Jackson, Gunter Schlierkamp, Chris Cormier.

Something to note is that despite Gunter's enormous size, his stomach is flawless - no sign of distention whatsoever. Although he gets complaints of having a big waist at times, I don't think it is really that big at all compared to the rest of him. A 36" waist is not much when you consider his chest is at least 58" in contest shape. It still makes for quite a profound waist to chest ratio.

7. Darrem Charles, Pavol Jablonicky, Ahmad Haidar, Craig Richardson, Troy Alves.

Darrem leaves the callout, and Johnnie O. Jackson enters.

8. Mustafa Mohammad, Claude Groulx, Richard Jones

Richard Jones had small legs at the show, but a standout back.

Muscularity Round
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The poses for the muscularity round were as follows:

  • Front Double Biceps
  • Front Lat Spread
  • Side Chest
  • Rear Double Biceps
  • Rear Lat Spread
  • Side Triceps
  • Abs / Thigh
  • Most Muscular


The callouts for this round like this:

1. Dexter Jackson, Ronnie Coleman, Jay Cutler.

2. Markus Ruhl, Dexter Jackson, Gustavo Badell, Gunter Schlierkamp, Victor Martinez.

Gustavo Badell & Dexter Jackson leave, and Chris Cormier & Dennis James enter the comparison. Darrem Charles then joins, while Markus Ruhl leaves.

3. Johnnie O. Jackson, Troy Alves, Ahmad Haidar, Kris Dim, Pavol Jablonicky.

4. Mustafa Mohammad, Claude Groulx, Richard Jones, Craig Richardson.

5. Dennis James, Victor Martinez, Chris Cormier.

Markus Ruhl joins - he hits the front double biceps, front lat, rear double biceps, rear lat spread, and most muscular poses.

6. Gustavo Badell, Ronnie Coleman, Jay Cutler, Dexter Jackson.

In this callout, Gustavo Badell moves next to Dexter Jackson to compare. Both bodybuilders are looking very sharp.

Next we see IFBB president Ben Weider giving an award to David Pecker - The "IFBB World Order" award, for his achievements.

Disc 2
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2004 Mr. Olympia Finals & Prejudging (DVD) - KING RONNIE crowned by the Governator! Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger walked onto the Olympia stage holding the Sandow trophy and presented it to Ronnie Coleman for tying his record. Both men stand only one victory away from all-time leader Lee Haney. BUY IT NOW Mr Olympia


Posing Round (Solo)
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1. Gunter Schlierkamp

At 6'1 and 300 pounds, Gunter was huge. He was also a good poser - with very fluid movements and good transitions between poses. Not the best poser I've ever seen, but entertaining to watch for sure.

2. Kris Dim
Posing Music: "The World's Greatest" by R. Kelly.

I was especially entertained by Kris Dim's routine, in part due to his choice of music. I like that style of music when it comes to posing, as it demands slow and graceful posing to make it work (which is exactly what I call posing). This was Kris Dim's first Mr. Olympia, and he was an asset to have on stage.

3. Dexter Jackson
Posing Music: "You Saved Me" by R. Kelly.

Dexter is another bodybuilder who loves posing to slower music, and he does a great job with his transitions and hiding his weak points from one pose to the next. Although Dexter has had some problems with distention lately, he covers his flaw up well during the pose.

4. Ahmad Haidar

Ahmad is a bodybuilder who creates certain poses to call his own, as have many others (such as the infamous "Myth" pose by Sergio Oliva and Lee Priest, with both hands overhead). He uses that to his advantage, and looks to be enjoying his work. He has great balance which he displays well during the individual routine.

5. Chris Cormier
Posing Music: "Terror Squad" - Lean Back Featuring Fat Joe & Remy.

Judging from Chris Cormier's workout video, Real Deal - Destination Olympia 2004, Chris likes faster music, and it shows in his posing routine through choice of music. Naturally, faster music results in a faster posing routine, and he also likes to dance during transitions, which makes for entertainment for the crowd, who he loves to please. A possessor of a great X frame, Chris Cormier is an excellent poser and great to watch.

6. Craig Richardson
Posing Music: "Dangerously In Love 2" by Beyonce Knowles.

As an Olympia rookie, Craig very clearly already mastered the pose. His transitions are good and he knows what his strong points are and uses that to his advantage. At only 30, Craig will be here for quite some time, and hopefully back on the Mr. Olympia stage in 2005.

7. Pavol Jablonicky

Who said this guy can't pose? I just needed to say that! Pavol has had quite the bad reputation in the past for being unable to pose well, but after watching his routine, I felt he does it quite well. He is no Darrem Charles, but he definitely knows a thing or two about posing. And even if you wanted to argue he is a poor poser, his grainy, high quality physique would make up for it anyway.

8. Richard Jones
Posing Music: "When I'm Gone" by 3 Doors Down.

Although I wasn't particularly a fan of the choice of song Richard Jones, I know it was popular, and it's reasonably slow to the point where it gave Richard the chance to present his physique in a posing style I liked - this guy has a classical look. He has the shape, the symmetry, and the genetics to take bodybuilding far, even as a "little guy" at 5'7 and 212 pounds. He is a classical poser as well, and for those of you who like what bodybuilding was (or as many would say, what bodybuilding should be), Richard's solo routine is one for you to check out.

9. Troy Alves
Posing Music: "Stand by My Woman" by Lenny Kravitz.

Troy is a great poser. He reminds me of many of the greats, and despite coming in flat for the contest, his posing routine was a sight to see. He definitely knows how to show his body as best as possible.

10. Jay Cutler

As soon as Jay started his routine he was the clear winner. Well - that is, Ronnie Coleman is obviously going to be #1 without question, we knew that the second we saw a glimpse of him. What that meant was that the race was actually the race for second place, since #1 was already secured, but there were a few who had a chance at second. With that, Jay Cutler was the clear winner. His posing routine further confirmed that.

11. Darrem Charles
Posing Music: "Terror Squad" - Lean Back Featuring Fat Joe & Remy.

Darrem Charles is no doubt one of the best posers in the history of bodybuilding. He is by far the most entertaining poser on this DVD, and you have to see his routine to believe it. Also, he was probably the most shredded guy on stage - also something you have to see to believe. If you had to only watch one solo routine on this DVD - I would highly recommend you pick this one!

12. Johnnie O. Jackson
Posing Music: "Charlene" by Anthony Hamilton.

The solo routine is a perfect place for Johnnie O. Jackson to show off his dense, thick muscles, and that is exactly what he does. Definitely a sight to see, and a great poser to boot.

13. Gustavo Badell

The main thing that jumped out at me when I watched Gustavo's routine is that he is ripped to shreds. At 250 pounds, he was not lacking for size, but his conditioning was what amazed me. He definitely nailed it and knew how to show it properly during the pose.

14. Claude Groulx

Unfortunately, with what looks to be two individual biceps injuries, Claude's good posing could not save him. To me, it was obvious he would come in last, since this was probably the strongest lineup ever on the Mr. Olympia stage.

15. Markus Ruhl

I found Markus to be loaded with confidence in his posing. He knows full well his massive size is hugely entertaining to watch and he played to the crowd. One thing I've noticed about Markus is that he is a huge freak, but his muscles don't "pop" out at you. He is huge standing relaxed, and huge during the pose. Unlike other big guys like Ronnie Coleman and Art Atwood whose muscles tend to jump right out at you as they pose.

16. Mustafa Mohammad

This man was without question overlooked. Even if he came on stage during the individual rounds only to pose horribly (which was by far not the case), I think he still should have been near the top 10 (if not in it) based on his size and conditioning. Just take a look at his huge sweeping thighs and tell me I'm wrong. I think Mustafa is the kind of guy who gets overlooked on his name alone - where sometimes that can work to your advantage, other times it most definitely doesn't, and this was one of those times.

17. Dennis James
Posing Music: "I believe" by Fantasia.

Dennis looked to be having a great time posing. He also is the kind of guy who has trademark poses including, since he looks so good in them. For Dennis, almost anything "most muscular" related is an asset to his posing routine, and he's sure to include them as a result. Dennis has received some flak for his stomach distention, but honestly, it wasn't that bad at all - I'm sure if he keeps improving his stomach (or his ability to control it), he will no longer get any flak for it.

18. Victor Martinez
Posing Song #1: "Whoa!" by Black Rob.
Posing Song #2: "Let's Get it Started" by the Black Eyed Peas.
Posing Song #3: Matrix Music

As an Olympia rookie, Victor impressed everyone like an Olympia and managed a very deserving 9th place finish. His routine was very well done, and obviously he knows what he's doing on the stage.

19. Ronnie Coleman

Like I said, Ronnie was the clear winner, but this man NEEDS to stop jumping around from side to side exposing his distended stomach. Many people resent the fact Ronnie wins despite this flaw (which they feel should be an automatic failure), but to me, I only resent that he makes light of it and doesn't get marked down for it - it really makes me think the judges are blind. This is Ronnie's one and only major flaw and he can control it better than he does - I'm certain of it. That being said, Ronnie was so obviously the clear winner it wasn't even funny!

Challenge Round
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To start off with - the challenge round was a complete mistake to include in this contest - this calls for a completely separate article addressing the flaws in a future article. This is not something you dump into the top bodybuilding show on earth out of nowhere! It would be as ridiculous as changing the format of the Superbowl on a whim. Completely inappropriate, regardless of how fun it is...

...that sound, this round rocked! It was probably the most fun to watch of the whole show, despite the fact it shouldn't have been included - I quite enjoyed it.

Keeping it short, the rules of the challenge round were that the top six competitors competed to increase their placings. They started off with the following points:

1st place - 6 points
2nd place - 5 points
3rd place - 4 points
4th place - 3 points
5th place - 2 points
6th place - 1 point

What this meant was that there was only five points distancing Ronnie Coleman (1st place) from Gunter Schlierkamp (6th place). Each competitor one by one (starting with the sixth place competitor and working up to the first place competitor) would get to challenge the remainder of the top six to a challenge. The winner of that challenge would receive two points, and the loser would receive 0 points. Any individual pose could only be used once. For example, if a competitor wanted to challenge another competitor to a rear lat spread, he would be allowed, for a maximum of two challenges. If he wanted to use that same challenge a third time, he would be unable to.

The following challenges took place:

Challenge Round
Competitor Challenger Pose Winner
Gunter Schlierkamp Markus Ruhl Rear Double Biceps Markus Ruhl
Gustavo Badell Side Chest Gustavo Badell
Dexter Jackson Front Double Biceps Dexter Jackson
Jay Cutler Rear Double Biceps Jay Cutler
Ronnie Coleman Abs & Thigh Ronnie Coleman
Markus Ruhl Gunter Schlierkamp Rear Double Biceps Markus Ruhl
Gustavo Badell Most Muscular Gustavo Badell
Dexter Jackson Front Lat Spread Markus Ruhl
Jay Cutler Side Chest Jay Cutler
Ronnie Coleman Most Muscular Ronnie Coleman
Gustavo Badell Gunter Schlierkamp Side Chest Gustavo Badell
Markus Ruhl Side Triceps Gustavo Badell
Dexter Jackson Side Triceps Gustavo Badell
Jay Cutler Rear Double Biceps Jay Cutler
Ronnie Coleman Abs & Thigh Ronnie Coleman
Dexter Jackson Gunter Schlierkamp Front Double Biceps Dexter Jackson
Markus Ruhl Abs & Thigh Dexter Jackson
Gustavo Badell Most Muscular Gustavo Badell
Jay Cutler Rear Double Biceps Dexter Jackson
Ronnie Coleman Abs & Thigh Ronnie Coleman
Jay Cutler Gunter Schlierkamp Rear Double Biceps Jay Cutler
Markus Ruhl Side Chest Jay Cutler
Gustavo Badell Side Triceps Jay Cutler
Dexter Jackson Side Triceps Jay Cutler
Ronnie Coleman Abs & Thigh Jay Cutler
Ronnie Coleman Gunter Schlierkamp Front Lat Spread Ronnie Coleman
Markus Ruhl Most Muscular Ronnie Coleman
Gustavo Badell Rear Double Biceps Ronnie Coleman
Dexter Jackson Rear Lat Spread Ronnie Coleman
Jay Cutler Rear Lat Spread Ronnie Coleman


Overall, it was a great show from start to finish. The challenge round was an extremely entertaining new addition, and the video quality was very well done. The 2004 Mr. Olympia was one of the best quality Mr. Olympia Contests in the history of bodybuilding. I look forward to future shows being of the same quality as this one.

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