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Bodybuilding Veteran Demands Hadi Choopan Fans To “Stop This Whole Conspiracy Theory Bulls**t,” Weeks After His Mr. Olympia Storm-Off Triggered Everyone

Published 11/20/2023, 10:40 PM EST

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Mr. Olympia 2023 was a roller coaster ride for all those who witnessed it. From elite athletes dropping out of the game due to last-moment injuries to runner-ups stomping off the stage, unable to bear the loss, the championship has seen so much this year! However, the most prominent drama was the conspiracy theory raised against Derek Lunsford winning the title, instead of the betting favorite, Hadi Choopan.

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Most of the predictions were pointed towards Hadi Choopan winning the title this ear too, and the legend himself was certain about it. However, as the winner was announced, he could not take the defeat and he stomped out of the stage. This triggered a lot of the people in the fitness community, but the other half was constantly in, criticizing the decision of the judges. Well, days after the incident, the bodybuilding coach, absolutely infuriated calls out his fans for not being sporty enough.

Marc Lobliner finally clears out the fog


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Bodybuilding coach, Marc Lobliner, recently took to his official Instagram account, @marclobliner, and shared a video where he is seen bringing down Hadi Choopan’s fans for constantly criticizing the final decision of the judges. He calls them the most vile and reprehensible people he has ever seen, due to their behaviour.

Lobliner also stated the fact that there is no agenda like racism or politics involved in the decision-making, it is simply because the judges made the right choices. The coach furiously said, “They’re at the judge’s table, you’re not. Get out of your tribal bubble. Stop this whole conspiracy theory bulls**t.” He also pointed out that although all of them looked absolutely aesthetic and fit, Derek Lunsford stood out with a very thin line of extra points.


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That was the sole reason behind his victory, and nothing else. He added, “At the end of the day, Hadi looked amazing, Derek looked amazing. It was close and because it was close by five little points, Derek pulled off the victory.” Well, should there be any doubt given that the legendary champion has actually etched his name by creating history?

Derek Lunsford creates history in the Olympia

Derek Lunsford is among the very few bodybuilders who entered the Mr. Olympia 2023 with the prior thrill of bagging a medal and title at one of the biggest bodybuilding competitions. He has been defeated for 2 consecutive years while trying to capture the title of the 212 Olympia.


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He finally painted history by becoming the first-ever athlete to become the two-division champion at the Mr. Olympia among all the elite bodybuilders. His dedication and determination to the discipline required to win have convinced the judges to place the unbeatable Hadi Choopan in the 2nd spot. Do you think Derek Lunsford winning the title was the right decision? Let us know in the comments section below!

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Written by:

Aheli Chakraborty


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I am Aheli Chakraborty, someone who has spent her life in awe of the art and science of bodybuilding. My bodybuilding journey has been a fusion of dedication, sweat, and a relentless pursuit of strength. I've always strived to not only sculpt my body but also test its limits, chasing those elusive PRs.
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