"I don’t see nobody beating them,” Ronnie Coleman discusses his predictions for the 2022 Mr. Olympia contest

Bodybuilding legend Ronnie Coleman’s illustrious career has come to an end, but that hasn’t stopped him from discussing the sport’s finer details at length. Let's have a look at the whole story.

What Ronnie Coleman said on the 2022 Mr. Olympia contest

“I don’t see much changing between Brandon, Ramy, and Hadi — I don’t see nobody beating them,” 

Ronnie Coleman Doesn’t See Much Changing at Olympia This Year

“I don’t know about the best Mr. Olympia ever. Unless they’re going to change their conditioning. I don’t see it changing too much,”

Ronnie Coleman added

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“No, [I haven’t seen Andrew Jacked]. I don’t see no one doing nothing different, you know. Yeah – I saw what he looked like. I wasn’t like real, real impressed or nothing. Average guy. I don’t see him beating none of the guys from top three last year.”

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