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Why do people want Big Ramy to retire?

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Big Ramy, also known as Mamdouh Elssbiay, is an Egyptian professional bodybuilder notable for his size and muscle bulk. He has won several prominent events, including the 2020 Arnold Classic and the 2021 Mr. Olympia, firmly establishing himself as one of the world's best bodybuilders.

Big Ramy has had a successful bodybuilding career without a doubt. He has put in a lot of effort to attain his huge body and has constantly performed well in tournaments. Yet, the decision to retire is a personal one that should be influenced by a number of considerations.

Some athletes choose to retire when they believe they have completed all of their goals in their sport. Others may resign owing to an injury or other health concerns, or simply because they believe it is time to move on.



In Big Ramy's case, it's impossible to say whether or not he should retire. At 37 years old, he is still reasonably youthful for a bodybuilder and shows no signs of slowing down. In interviews, he has also claimed that he still enjoys the sport and is inspired to compete.

Yet, the toll that bodybuilding can take on the body must be considered. The training and eating required to maintain such a large physique might result in long-term health difficulties such as joint problems and metabolic abnormalities. Big Ramy must eventually balance the potential hazards and benefits of continuing to compete.

To summarize, Big Ramy is a very talented bodybuilder who has made a huge contribution to the sport. It is ultimately up to him whether or not to retire, and his decision should be based on a number of variables such as his personal goals, health issues, and overall well-being.
 

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