THERE'S JUST SOME thing about watching a bunch of guys who could break you like a twig that makes you want to train harder the next day. Of course, we're talking about the Mr. Olympia contest--the world's premier professional-bodybuilding championship. Called the Super Bowl of bodybuilding, this year's "Mr. O"--hosted by pro wrestler and actor Triple H--boasts the toughest competition yet as 300-pound champion Ronnie Coleman seeks his eighth title by besting No. 1 contender Jay Cutler and Russian invader Alexander Fedorov. The event also features a demonstration by UFC fighters and an attempt at a new world-record bench press (more than 1,000 pounds). The show begins at 10:30 p.m. EST on Saturday, Oct. 15. Order it via Events in Demand Pay-Per-View.
Check out the online Mr. Olympia fantasy league competition, the MFL, at musclefantasyleague.com for a chance to win a 42-inch plasma HDTV from JVC.
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