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    Mecca V.I.P. bodybuilding reputation Big VIC's Avatar
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    Should the 202 and under pros be able to do both classes

    I would like to discuss this because David Henry just got two checks in the Tampa And I donít believe that is fair because the ifbb pros that are over 202 don not have a chance to win two checks. I believe that the pros should only be able to choose one class to compete in because the class was for ifbb pros that would never place with the mass monster to have a chance to win some cash.

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    i thought about this to and its complete bullshit.

    People are saying henry should have won the whole show......if this is the case why the fuck do they need a 202 class anyways? if someone who is 5'4, 200lb's can get third in a shows overall, obviously any other competitor his size can. its pointless to divide the prize money by that many more people when its just a simple excuse for the "smaller" guys to not compete against bigger pro's




 

 

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