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Ok, let's see...
1) Ronnie Coleman - Yes, this is the right spot for Ronnie, no doubt.
2) Dorian Yates - 2nd...well, I'm not sure but top 6 of course.
3) Joel Stubbs - Ok, this is only about best back so this might be his placing. Maybe few steps lower.
4) Lee Haney - Top 6, not sure if it's 4th...
5) Franco Columbo - All time 5th best back? No way in hell.
6) Jay Cutler - Cutler at 6th, LOL. Top 10 maybe.
7) Jean-Pierre Fux - Maybe.
8) Samir Banout - Ok, maybe top 10 material.
9) Michael Francois - Umh, Francois ahead of Victor, let me laugh.
10) Victor Martinez - At least four steps higher.
11) Mohammed Benaziza - Nope, lower.
12) Robby Robinson - Robby's place is somewhere around here.
13) Flex Wheeler - Higher please even though Flex was lacking width but Flex at his prime would kill Francois, Benaziza and Robinson to name a few.
14) Art Atwood - Why is he in this list? BS.
15) Orville Burke - Wide, nothing else.
16) Sergio Oliva - Sergio could be in the list of "the 20 best of all time" but this list is not for him.
17) Tony Pearson - Strange...did he have a good back?
18) Thierry Pastel - He could be few steps higher.
19) Melvin Anthony - This might actually be Melvin's place.
20) Albert Beckles - Ok, this is about the right placing for him.
Just my opinion. You just can't make a list which would keep everybody satisfied.
Haney's back was insane. He should be top 3. They placed him 4th, so I will not argue.
Samir should be at #5. Placing him below Columbo is a total joke.
I think Benaziza deserves #11. After all, he beat Yates with a back looking like this.
Burke had a great BDB as well.
I think Sergio deserves #16.
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