Big Ramy is Cheered Home by Thousands After the 2022 Olympia

 Mamdouh ‘Big Ramy’ Elssbiay was met with a hero’s welcome in his home country of Egypt after losing his two-time Mr. Olympia title at the 2022 Olympia competition. After coming in fifth place, Big Ramy was quick to address his fans and future in the immediate aftermath, promising to return with a vengeance in due time. Fans welcomed him with love and happiness upon his return, despite the fact that he had come up short. 

In addition to admiration from his loyal fanbase, Big Ramy has also received support from other veterans of the sport and IFBB head judge Steve Weinberger. With whispers about his retirement last year, it appears the former champion is determined to get revenge in 2023, and fans are eagerly awaiting his return.

With questions swirling about Ramy’s physique at the 2022 Olympia, IFBB head judge Steve Weinberger gave a statement to clear the air. According to Weinberger, Ramy’s legs, back, and conditioning were all subpar. He added that Ramy looked worse than he did in 2021 and that this package wasn’t indicative of the ‘Ramy we all know.’

Although he didn’t take home the Olympia title, Big Ramy is still a massive inspiration to his people and has not lost favor with his fans. In Egypt, the bodybuilder has been revered and loved as if he had come home with the top honor. It’s great to see that Big Ramy has had such a positive impact on his fans and followers.

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