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2018 Mr. Olympia Results & Surprises

Rhoden Shocks, Breon Triumphs at the Olympia

September 18, 2018

It doesn’t happen often in bodybuilding, but the 2018 Mr. Olympia brought a stunning upset that will change the sport for years. Shawn Rhoden defeated seven-time champ Phil Heath in a finish nobody saw coming.

With terrific balance, dialed-in conditioning, and a polished stage presence, the 43-year-old Rhoden ruined Heath’s attempt to tie the all-time Olympia record of eight wins, shared by Lee Haney and Ronnie Coleman.

In a repeat of last year, reigning champ and Old School Labs ambassador Breon Ansley held back a strong challenge from Chris Bumstead to repeat in the third rendition of the Classic Physique Olympia contest Friday night. Here’s a closer look at what went down this weekend.

2018 Classic Physique Olympia

Friday, September 14, 2018

Current Olympia champ Breon Ansley took on the best lineup in Classic Division history to defend his title. Here’s a look at what went down.

1) Breon Ansley

Old School Labs brand ambassador Breon Ansley has established himself as the gold standard in Classic Physique, and his repeat of the Mr. Olympia 2018 title seals the deal. Not many bodybuilders are willing to jump into the Arnold Classic and the Mr. Olympia in the same year, but Breon isn’t your typical athlete. Every performance from Ansley is a master class in posing and poise. With superb symmetry, perfect balance, and conditioning that’s second to none, the 195-pound competitor owns the stage, but does so with class and showmanship. The aesthetic ideals the Los Angeles bodybuilder displays is a testament to the wisdom of creating the Classic division. Breon Ansley does the sport proud, and his engaging personality will draw more converts to the division and the entire sport. Can the Old School Labs’ ambassador keep up his hot streak? We’ll see next year.

Breon Ansley
Breon Ansley

2) Chris Bumstead

Bumstead was terrific, and if not for Ansley’s brilliance, he would be toting a Mr. Olympia 2018 trophy around today. The Canadian took some extra time off this year to increase his advantage, and he definitely pushed Breon as he did last year, but once again he had to settle for runner-up. The 6’1″, 225-lb athlete is an entertaining performer, throwing out vacuum poses and other artful movements. The Canadian-born Bumstead clearly understands what Classic Physique is all about, and he gives fans something to cheer about. As he continues his battles with Ansley, Bumstead should continue to be a headliner in the category for many years to come. We can all look forward to him and Breon mixing it up in the next few big shows.

Chris Bumstead
Chris Bumstead

3) George Peterson

Repeating his third place finish from last year as was George “Da Bull” Peterson, who once again brought plenty of beef to the stage. Da Bull is a power poser, but his 5’8”, 187-lb physique isn’t as balanced as the other top competitors. While his legs have begun to catch up to his upper-body, his muscle distribution isn’t where it needs to be, especially in his calves. Still, the sky’s the limit for the New York bodybuilder, who has the goods to take his career to the next level.

George Peterson
George Peterson

4) Henri-Pierre Ano

Another Canada showed up in Las Vegas to storm the gates and did plenty of damage. “HP” came out of nowhere to battle his way into the top five. The 37-year-old Ano is a former open bodybuilding competitor who earned his pro card at the Canadian Nationals in 2013. A genetic marvel, HP played hockey growing up, then discovered he loved the weights. The weights loved him back. His epic upper body poses show Classic at its brawny best, showing that you can carry plenty of mass if you put in the right places. A little more leg sweep, and this veteran Canadian pro may threaten Breon’s reign.

Henri-Pierre Ano
Henri-Pierre Ano

5) Arash Rahbar

Rahbar continues to show up with a tremendous package, but always lacks a little something. This time he didn’t bring the dryness as he has in the past. One of the original stars of the Classic Physique category, Rahbar’s bid to take the Olympia title seems to be slipping as the years go on. After finishing runner-up in the first Classic Physique Olympia, he fell to fourth at the 2017 Olympia, and was forced to settle for fifth this time. While it looks like he’s going in the wrong direction, don’t count out the densely muscled competitor. He finished as runner-up to Ansley at the Arnold earlier this year, so he’s not going anywhere. He’s always a threat.

Arash Rahbar
Arash Rahbar

Other major storylines in the Classic Physique Olympia show:

Danny Hester Drops to 12th—Despite being 49 years old, Hester, the first ever Classic Olympia Champ, couldn’t break the to 10 for the first time in this contest. Still, the 5’6″, 175-lb Hester proved that you can have an amazing physique at any age. Next year he’ll qualify for his AARP card, yet he’ll still be good enough to compete on the biggest stages in the world.

Danny Hester
Danny Hester

Hoffman Impresses. Germany’s David Hoffman was one newcomer who got a lot of attention, but couldn’t sway the judges to place him in the top 10. He finished 11th. Many thought he deserved better. Keep an eye on him. He could be a force to reckon with in the future.

David Hoffman
David Hoffman

Wesley Vissers Disappoints. There were high hopes for the Netherlands bodybuilder, but he struggled in his Olympia debut, finishing completely out of the running, landing officially in 16th place in a tie with several others. It speaks to the competitiveness and volatility of this growing division that a talent like Vissers can be lost onstage. You really have to bring your A-game if you want to make an impression in the Classic Physique Olympia.

Wesley Vissers
Wesley Vissers

Opara Goes Off-Tune. Highly touted newcomer Courage Opara was expected to score higher after finishing in third at this year’s Arnold Classic Physique contest, but he could manage no better than 10th place here. Like many competitors, he learned just how much the quality and pressure increases for the Olympia.

Courage Opera
Courage Opara

26! That’s how many competitors entered the Classic Physique Olympia this year, again proving that this division is growing in quantity and quality. Shawn Rhoden’s victory in the main show seemed to benefit from the Classic ideal, indicating that standards for the sport are starting to conform to the Golden Era look. That’s good news for everybody in bodybuilding.

Classic Physique Olympia Top 10

  1. Breon Ansley
  2. Chris Bumstead
  3. George Peterson
  4. Henri-Pierre Ano
  5. Arash Rahbar
  6. Dani Younan
  7. Steve Laureus
  8. Regan Grimes
  9. Terrence Ruffin
  10. Courage Opara
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Mr. Olympia 2018

Saturday, September 15, 2018

The coronation didn’t happen. Phil “The Gift” Heath was expected to take his eighth Mr. Olympia title to tie the record shared by Ronnie Coleman and Lee Haney, but after seven Sandows, Heath’s night was ruined by the spectacular physique of Shawn Rhoden. Here’s how they placed at the Orleans Hotel on Saturday.

1) Shawn Rhoden

Promise fulfilled. After placing runner-up to Phil Heath twice, Rhoden was considered one of the favorites to win the title for years, but dropped to fifth place last year. This time, Flexatron delivered.

Shawn Rhoden
Shawn Rhoden

The Jamaican-born bodybuilder emerged with the best overall package in terms of balance, mass, conditioning, and aesthetic shape. One of the knocks against Phil Heath in recent years has been his midsection, which at times appears distended and overly thick. Rhoden, on the other hand, has a streamlined, perfectly contoured midsection, with a shoulder-to-waist ratio that wouldn’t be out of place in the Classic Physique division.

In the Mr. Olympia 2018 press conference on Thursday, Rhoden confirmed that he had criticized Heath’s front poses as lacking. Heath tersely responded, “Talk is cheap.” Then Rhoden backed it up. Flexatron’s appearance was much improved from his look last year. In the 2017 Olympia, Rhoden had sacrificed conditioning for added size, and he emerged onstage lacking the cuts and details that he usually displays. This year, he had it all. He also improved his back, which had been a lagging bodypart.

And the crowd loved it! The sport benefits from change, especially when it rewards aestheticism over sheer bulk. This Mr. Olympia 2018 result has the potential to change professional bodybuilding in a big way for many years. As great as Heath has been over the years, this is a positive result for all concerned.

Still, it was a shock to see Rhoden beat Heath. At 43 years old, Rhoden ties Chris Dickerson’s record as the oldest first-time winner of the Mr. Olympia. Rhoden has competed in every Olympia since 2011, and it seemed like his time had passed and he was destined to be a footnote in Olympia lore. But Flexatron pulled it off, and will go down in history as only the 14th man to win the coveted Sandow trophy. That and a $400,000 check earned for the victory made him a very happy man Saturday night.

2) Phil Heath

It seemed like a given that “The Gift” would tie Lee Haney’s and Ronnie Coleman’s record of eight straight Mr. Olympia titles. But it wasn’t meant to be. In a stunning decision, Heath fell to second place, causing shockwaves throughout the crowd.

Phil Heath
Phil Heath

For seven years, Heath dominated, fighting off one great athlete after another. Last year, the reigning champ was pushed by Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay, but in the end, Big Ramy didn’t have enough to dethrone Heath. Perhaps that close call affected Heath, who played the size game at the expense of a more conditioned look. He lacked the detail of years past, and his thick waist stuck out more than usual while standing next to Rhoden’s superior midsection.

While Heath strode the stage with undeniable confidence, he couldn’t dim Rhoden’s shining example of aesthetic excellence. All great athletes face the music at some point in their career when a long-time foe finally gets the better of them. Either they come back stronger, or their decline begins. After the show, Heath released a video thanking his fans and vowing to come back. It should be said, he was not a sore loser.

As one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time, The Gift should keep on giving. He just may break the Olympia record in the future, but the judges have served notice: shape and aesthetics means more now than ever.

3) Roelly Winklaar

Big Roelly improved his conditioning from last year’s Olympia when he battled his way to a sixth place finish. After placing fourth at the Arnold Classic earlier this year, Winklaar proved he wasn’t done making improvements, and came in with a tighter package, including a more streamlined midsection. It was his highest placing in a Mr. Olympia yet.

Roelly Winklaar
Roelly Winklaar

While Winklaar had to settle for third here, he did win the first-ever “People’s Champion” award given to the bodybuilder who earns the most votes from fans online. The Dutch champ with the giant arms always comes in huge and happy, and his wide smile and incredible proportions are a fan favorite. It’s great that he was rewarded for it. At 41 years old, he won’t have a lot of opportunities to win the Olympia, but after Rhoden’s upset, the field is now more wide open. His time may come.

4) William Bonac

Before the contest, most bodybuilding experts believed Bonac had the best chance of beating Heath. After placing third in last year’s Olympia and winning the 2018 Arnold Classic in dominating fashion, Bonac seemed destined to do just that. But in the end, Bonac’s dense musculature didn’t attain the conditioning he needed to climb higher up the standings.

William Bonac
William Bonac

The Conqueror’s performance may not have conquered, but he still proved he has the potential to take the whole enchilada in the future. At 36 years of age, Bonac can still make it to the mountain. With his massive arms and legs, he’ll always delight the fans. Once again on Saturday night, he delivered a worthy performance that riled up the crowd. He’ll be back.

5) Brandon Curry

“The Prodigy” finished a lackluster eighth at last year’s Mr. Olympia, but this time he showed signs of fulfilling his promise. The 5’7”, 250-lb competitor added size to his legs to catch up to his huge upper body. His lats, delts, and arms are something to behold, and he impressed onlookers at a guest-posing in Hungary in early August. He’s added the muscle he needs to finish higher at the sport’s biggest contest, and he may very well be a future Mr. Olympia. As of now, he’s a tremendous talent who needs to match his peak with his mass on game day. Still, he should be happy with his top-five placing here.

Brandon_Curry
Brandon_Curry

Other major storylines in the Mr. Olympia 2018 show:

Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay disappoints, apologizes to fans— This was supposed to be his year, but Big Ramy missed his conditioning and finished a disappointing sixth.  Last year’s runner-up, Ramy is beloved by fans for his nearly 300 pounds of rippling mass, but the Egyptian bodybuilder lost his cuts and details, and without them has no chance against the likes of Rhoden, Heath, and Curry. After the show, Big Ramy apologized to fans via an Instagram post, saying, “I know most of you feel disappointed and angry and hate me. I’m sorry for that.” Then he vowed to fix the problem. While his fans definitely don’t hate him, Big Ramy will want to address what went wrong for the future. He still could be a Mr. Olympia in waiting.

Big Ramy
Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay

Dexter Jackson Drops Down—Already a legend in the sport, Dexter “The Blade” Jackson is another ageless wonder who continues to be a world-class talent onstage. While seventh place in the sport’s biggest show isn’t too shabby, The Blade has higher standards, and as a former Mr. Olympia (2008), his goal every September is the Sandow.

Dexter Jackson
Dexter Jackson

Soon he will turn 49 years old, and Father Time catches up to all of us eventually. Will he continue to compete? He clearly loves the sport, so don’t expect a retirement anytime soon. But as all the great ones eventually find out, age takes a toll.

McMillan and De Asha Don’t Move Up. Two competitors with the biggest potential seem stuck in quicksand: Cedric McMillan and Nathan de Asha. De Asha finished eighth for the second year in a row, and McMillan, a former Arnold Classic champ, finished ninth, an improvement of only one place after his 10th place showing at last year’s Mr. Olympia. He can do better.

Cedric McMillan
Cedric McMillan

Nathan de Asha
Nathan de Asha

Mr. Olympia Final Placings: Top 10

  1. Shawn Rhoden
  2. Phil Heath
  3. Roelly Winklaar
  4. William Bonac
  5. Brandon Curry
  6. Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay
  7. Dexter Jackson
  8. Nathan De Asha
  9. Cedric McMillan
  10. Steve Kuclo

So what did you think of the placings? Did you watch the contests? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

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  • Breon came in top notch with his conditioning this year!! Regarding Wesley, I still have high hopes for him in the future ahead. I think he has a lot of classic potential

  • Knew Breon would win it again his body is the definition of classic physique, I’m glad Shawn won hopefully him winning brings along the new standard for size and aesthetics and the bubble gut goes away

  • I really believe Breon will be running the division for a few years. Honestly, I see Henry Pierre coming up next year and Bumstead stepping down one or two spots. He has a great physique but he doesn’t put as much into his presentation. Overall I thought It was a great year for the Olympia.

  • It was definitely a good one to watch this year! Knew as soon as Shawn walked out, it was going to be a battle between Phil and him! Both looked absolutely fantastic and huge props to CBum after he just released his video talking about the struggles he faced as he was finishing out his prep. Insane mental strength shown by him.

  • One thkng that i have noticed about Breon in the gym and oht is that he refused to loose to anyone qho sidnt out train him and live the competitive lifestyle. He trained hard eveey day and remained humble out of the gym. Now, i did have Phil pulling off number 8 BUT when i seen Shawn’s physique!!! He brought that classic look back to fhe stage, the look that had been slowly disolving into aomething else. definately congrats to both champions, well deserves for sure

  • Bodybuilding is slowly coming back around. While Chris brought a great package in the classic, breon, was more classic and aesthetic. Particularly in his abs. Aesthetics were finally awarded this time by the judges! Same as the dethroning on Phil Heath. He had an awesome back, but his midsection, once again looked pregnant. Flexatron brought a full aesthetic package, looked great overall, and shocked the world!

    Aesthetics pays off! Keep it oldschool!

  • The cool thing about the classic divine ad in and how its shaping up is the diversity of competitors shape, density as ne conditioning.. all in all consistently deeper ever year…

    Very excited to see what this next year brings our game..new king, maybe a new direction? Who knows… either way count me in!

  • It’s amazing to see the judges sway back to a more overall aesthetic look, instead of mass monsters. Golden era is upon us 💪🏻

  • Had the pleasure of watching the Classic Physique pre judging during the Olympia expo this year. Was an amazing experience seeing so many diverse competitors sharing the stage!! Huge congratulations though to the two time champion Breon!! You definitely set the bar high with your conditioning and posing!!

  • This was my first Olympia that i ended and it didnt disappoint! Seeing the champ be dethroned and watching breon take the title AGAIN ( WHICH I KNEW WOULD HAPPEN LOL) I left with thise memories that i would never forget! It pushed me to want to be on that stage even more!

  • It’s been somewhat difficult the past couple years to know what exacty the classic physique judges are looking for, but not so much anymore. Breon is the standard. Hell yeah.
    As for Rhoden vs Phil, in between poses if you watch Phil you can tell he is hurting bad, whereas rhoden looked perfectly fine (a lot more noticeable in video vs pics).
    Bodybuilding headed in a good direction.

  • Shawn put in some amazing work. I back his win 0. I didn’t see anyone taking Breons title in classic this year. Henri was a pleasant surprise to the line up though I think he should have placed higher personally

  • Well deserved victories for Shawn and Breon. I’m glad to see bodybuilding heading in the right direction, back to aesthetics and that classic look

  • Breone and Shawn brought their Best without a doubt! No way they could be denied. It was such an awesome experience to be there for that!

  • Great showing of dedication, determination, and sacrifice from all the competitors that were showcased. Couldn’t be happier with the results especially from my OSL fam Breon Ansley, way to bring it home !

  • All in all, I’m very happy with the fair judging that shocked the whole world. Judges wanted to keep it old school to save the bodybuilding. Everything got more interesting this year. We needed that hype in our industry. Also, congratulations to coach/teammate Breon Ansley. Well deserved man. Well deserved.

  • Both champs were well deserved. Glad to see aesthics coming back into bodybuilding and Breon bringing such a great old school physique! Can’t wait to see how many Mr O wins he brings!

  • Congrajulations to the 2x Classic Physique champ Breon Ansley for the repeat victory. He definately brought an unbeatable physique this year no question. Many more to come for the champ

  • All these athletes are great. I am really proud of Breon, because he definitely brought the best package to this olympia. I think Courage and Terrance should have placed higher but they all looked incredible! I also love that they are trying to bring aesthetics back to the open division.

  • Both breon and Chris Bumstead have undeniably unique physiques that flow in their own vintage manner. Being a judge at the Olympia and deciding between these two must be one of the hardest obligations I could think of!

  • Really surprised big Ramy didn’t win. And even more surprised flexatron did win. Stoked bit surprised can’t wait for 2019 Mr Olympia

  • I believe the judges don’t truly know what they’re looking for in classic physique. I believe we are a few years away from them truly knowing what classic physiques should be. I believe they should look at posing and the symmetry of the physique over the shear mass of it. Let’s keep it OLD SCHOOL!

  • It was no surprise to me that Shawn and Breon placed the way they did! They are both truly incredible athletes.

  • No surprise here, after watching prejudging you knew right away that Phil Heath was going down. Yes, Phil’s back was superior that night, but the ongoing issue with the abs was a no brainer. Shawn looked great from the front, shredded to the core. Ding ding ding for the win.
    As for the classic not much to say, Breon was spot on from every aspect conditioning, posing and crowd control. He owned that stage. I wasn’t to impressed with Chris Bumstead, I might have put him behind Arash Rabar, but it’s easier from this side. All competitors looked great nonetheless.

  • Mann I remember when I first saw HP compete against my friend Keone at the Tampa bro. It’s crazy how he managed to place so well at his first Olympia but definitely not surprising. I look forward to seeing what he has in store for the future.

  • Such great athletes! It’s a constant inspiration! My boyfriend competes in Classic Physique and I know the effort, blood & sweat that goes into dialing everything in to come up with an “Olympia package”. Breon was absolutely spot on and his routine was flawless. I also think Shawn’s victory was well deserved.

  • I definitely think the judges eyes are starting to reward more aesthetics again in bodybuilding due to the classic division. Makes it really exciting for what’s to come in the future. Breon definitely defended the title and came in with major improvements from last year which you don’t see often, he just gets hungrier.

  • Courage Opera should have totally placed higher than he did in this O. He has anouther impressive Physique in which i would have placed even higher and arash. Arash shouldnt have placed as high as he did this time around. we have seen him bring better conditioning throughout this 2018year !!

  • This was my first Olympia that i ended and it didnt disappoint! Seeing the champ be dethroned and watching breon take the title AGAIN ( WHICH I KNEW WOULD HAPPEN LOL) I left with thise memories that i would never forget! It pushed me to want to be on that stage even more!

  • The day that open bodybuilding changed? This was probably the most shocking but necessary outcome. That is Shawn winning the open. Will his physique mean a change for bodybuilding?….

  • One thkng that i have noticed about Breon in the gym and oht is that he refused to loose to anyone qho sidnt out train him and live the competitive lifestyle. He trained hard eveey day and remained humble out of the gym. Now, i did have Phil pulling off number 8 BUT when i seen Shawn’s physique!!! He brought that classic look back to fhe stage, the look that had been slowly disolving into aomething else. definately congrats to both champions, well deserves for sure

  • Great showing of dedication, determination, and sacrifice from all the competitors that were showcased. Couldn’t be happier with the results especially from my OSL fam Breon Ansley, way to bring it home !

  • Bodybuilding is slowly coming back around. While Chris brought a great package in the classic, breon, was more classic and aesthetic. Particularly in his abs. Aesthetics were finally awarded this time by the judges! Same as the dethroning on Phil Heath. He had an awesome back, but his midsection, once again looked pregnant. Flexatron brought a full aesthetic package, looked great overall, and shocked the world!

    Aesthetics pays off! Keep it oldschool!

  • Definitely saw Breon taking this one despite Chris looking really good this year, but I wasn’t sure Shawn was gonna pull that one out. Really happy Shawn claimed this years, because he is hands down a much better representation of Mr. O. Phil Heath got too big headed.

  • It was definitely a good one to watch this year! Knew as soon as Shawn walked out, it was going to be a battle between Phil and him! Both looked absolutely fantastic and huge props to CBum after he just released his video talking about the struggles he faced as he was finishing out his prep. Insane mental strength shown by him.

  • It’s been somewhat difficult the past couple years to know what exacty the classic physique judges are looking for, but not so much anymore. Breon is the standard. Hell yeah.
    As for Rhoden vs Phil, in between poses if you watch Phil you can tell he is hurting bad, whereas rhoden looked perfectly fine (a lot more noticeable in video vs pics).
    Bodybuilding headed in a good direction.

  • Breon came in top notch with his conditioning this year!! Regarding Wesley, I still have high hopes for him in the future ahead. I think he has a lot of classic potential

  • The cool thing about the classic divine ad in and how its shaping up is the diversity of competitors shape, density as ne conditioning.. all in all consistently deeper ever year…

    Very excited to see what this next year brings our game..new king, maybe a new direction? Who knows… either way count me in!

  • Both champs were well deserved. Glad to see aesthics coming back into bodybuilding and Breon bringing such a great old school physique! Can’t wait to see how many Mr O wins he brings!

  • I really believe Breon will be running the division for a few years. Honestly, I see Henry Pierre coming up next year and Bumstead stepping down one or two spots. He has a great physique but he doesn’t put as much into his presentation. Overall I thought It was a great year for the Olympia.

  • Breon slayed them all with ease. Seriously, his conditioning, speration, muscle maturity is just too much right now.

  • Had the pleasure of watching the Classic Physique pre judging during the Olympia expo this year. Was an amazing experience seeing so many diverse competitors sharing the stage!! Huge congratulations though to the two time champion Breon!! You definitely set the bar high with your conditioning and posing!!

  • All in all, I’m very happy with the fair judging that shocked the whole world. Judges wanted to keep it old school to save the bodybuilding. Everything got more interesting this year. We needed that hype in our industry. Also, congratulations to coach/teammate Breon Ansley. Well deserved man. Well deserved.

  • Breone and Shawn brought their Best without a doubt! No way they could be denied. It was such an awesome experience to be there for that!

  • This by far was one of the most exciting Olympia’s that I have seen in a while. Breon repeating and Shawn taking home the Sandow with his classic shape and lines. Great show!

  • Congrajulations to the 2x Classic Physique champ Breon Ansley for the repeat victory. He definately brought an unbeatable physique this year no question. Many more to come for the champ

  • I’m glad open bodybuilding went the way it went last year. I think Rhoden the the most aesthetic Mr. O in the last 20 years

  • Well deserved victories for Shawn and Breon. I’m glad to see bodybuilding heading in the right direction, back to aesthetics and that classic look

  • It’s amazing to see the judges sway back to a more overall aesthetic look, instead of mass monsters. Golden era is upon us 💪🏻

  • Shawn put in some amazing work. I back his win %100. I didn’t see anyone taking Breons title in classic this year. Henri was a pleasant surprise to the line up though I think he should have placed higher personally

  • Knew Breon would win it again his body is the definition of classic physique, I’m glad Shawn won hopefully him winning brings along the new standard for size and aesthetics and the bubble gut goes away

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