I know, I know he has ruined his body and looked VERY bad in his last contest, but I like him and wanted to post some pics of him. I also liked his video. One big, strong mofo.
There will also be some bad ones, but there was a time when he looked pretty good.
Of course he was the one who put Muscle Tech on the map.
Greg Kovacs(born December 16, 1968 in Niagara Falls, New York) is an American IFBB professional bodybuilder.
Kovacs was raised in Fonthill, Ontario, Canada and still resides there to this day with his wife Kim. He studied electrical engineering for one year at college before concentrating on his bodybuilding pursuits.
Although Kovacs has had mixed results in his competitive career (see below) he is notable as being one of the only professional bodybuilders weighing over 400 lb (180 kg).
Kovacs is also well known for his strength. In an article in a popular bodybuilding magazine (circa 1994) Kovacs is reported to have been able to accomplish some of the following feats of strength:
Behind the neck military press - 498 lb for 2 reps
Curls - 300 lb +
Incline bench press - 650 lb
Incline leg press - 2000 lb for 19-20 reps
Greg KovacsBorn: December 16, 1968
Birthplace:Niagara Falls, New York
Height: 6 ft 2 in
Contest weight: 337 lb (Arnold Classic 2004)
Off-season weight: 400 lb
Biceps measurement: 26"
Chest measurement: 70"
Quad measurement: 35" Titles won:1996 - NPC Canadian National Championships, 1st
1997 - IFBB Night of Champions, 16th
1998 - IFBB Ironman Pro Invitational, 16th
2001 - IFBB Night of Champions, Did not place
2003 - Arnold Classic, 13th
2004 - Arnold Classic, 13th
2005 - Toronto Pro Invitational, Did not place
Just have a look how small King Kamali looks next to Greg:
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