Ali Maali (Dubai)
The Egyptian Mamdouh Al-Sibai, known as “Big Ramy”, won the “Mr. Olympia 2021” championship, which took place in Orlando, Florida, USA, to maintain the title he won in December 2020.
Mamdouh El Sebaei, 37, the Egyptian champion, became the first player to win the “Mr. Olympia” championship twice in a row, and “Big Ramy” comes in second place after “Phil Heath”, who won the title 7 times in a row from 2011 to 2017. “Big Ramy” came in The first place was followed by the American Brandon Corrie, the Iranian Hadi Joban and the American Hunter Labrada, while the American Walker ranked fifth.
“Big Ramy” appeared in a “perfect suit” on the final day with Brandon Corrie, which put the jury in a difficult test before Ramy finally decided superiority in his favor to confirm his global merit.
Big Ramy exploded with joy at the historic achievement and kept shouting loud and waving his hand after announcing his victory and hugging the American Corey and the rest of his competitors before showing the gold medal and his body in front of the fans.
The Egyptian champion, crowned first in the “Mr. Olympia” championship, received a financial prize of 400,000 dollars, compared to 150,000 for a Korean and 100,000 for Chopin.
The open weight is considered the most famous and attractive in “Mr. Olympia.”
And Big Ramy gained wide fame last year, when he became the first Egyptian to win the title of “Mr. Olympia”, and with his coronation for the second time, the player imposed himself on the game globally.
“Social media maven. Award-winning coffee geek. General explorer. Problem solver.”