Ronnie Coleman 8 times Olympia winner in a straight row, unbeatable record. These are Coleman's following competition wins, 1990 Mr. Texas (Heavyweight & Overall), 1991 World Amateur Championships (Heavyweight), 1991 Mr.Universe, 1995 Canada Pro Cup, 1996 Canada Pro Cup, 1997 Grand Prix Russia, 1998 Night of Champions, 1998 Toronto Pro Invitational, 1998 Mr. Olympia, 1998 Grand Prix Finland, 1998 Grand Prix Germany, 1999 Mr. Olympia, 1999 World ProChampionships, 1999 Grand Prix England, 2000 Mr. Olympia, 2000 Grand Prix England, 2000 World Pro Championships, 2001 Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic, 2001 Mr. Olympia, 2001 New Zealand Grand Prix, 2002 Mr. Olympia, 2002 Grand Prix Holland, 2003 Mr. Olympia, 2003 Grand Prix Russia, 2004 Mr. Olympia, 2004 Grand Prix England, 2004 Grand Prix Holland, 2004 Grand Prix Russia, 2005 Mr. Olympia. In 1992 at the chicago Pro Ronnie Coleman competed against in the order they finished, Porter Cottrell, Thierry Pastel, Kevin Levrone, Henderson Thorne (who I consider semi-retired, since he only competes at the Toronto Pro show), Milos Sarcev, Kevin McGaunn, Mauro Sarni, the late Ray McNeil, Flavio Bachiannini, and Bob Paris. Some of Ronnie colemans best phrases are, "Light weight, baby!", "Ain't nuttin' but a peanut!", "Yeah, buddy!", "Everybody wanna be a bodybuilder, but don't nobody wanna lift no heavy-ass weight!". Ronnie Coleman was born Ronald Dean Coleman on May 13, 1964 in Monroe, Louisiana. He graduated from Bastrop High School in 1982 and graduated with a B.S. in Accounting from Grambling State University. Ronnie played football for the Grambling State Tigers under the famous coach Eddie Robinson. Ronnie Coleman is an incredible massive bodybuilder, ripped, cut, massive, big arms, and a huge mass of muscle.