1984 Mr. Olympia – Lee Haney


Lee Haney(1984) vs Brian Buchanan (Best Poses)

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Lee Haney Mr. Olympia 1984 Posing

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Lee Haney’s final Mr Olympia1991 vs Dorian Yates (LeeHaney’s 8th title)

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1984 Mr Olympia Lee haney &Mohamed Makkawy[Lee haney’s 1st Title]

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Lee Haney 8x Mr. Olympia Champion 1984 to 1991 Highlights

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MR OLYMPIA 1984 Lee Haney Mohamed Makkawy

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Lee Haney Posing In 1984 Mr.Olympia

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Lee Haney – Mr. Olympia 1984-1991. Lee Haney (born November 11, 1959 in Spartanburg, South Carolina) is a former American IFBB professional bodybuilder. Haney is the joint record holder, along with Ronnie Coleman, for winning the most Mr.

Olympia titles, with eight. Lee “Total-Lee Awesome” Haney’s IFBB Mr. Olympia career comprises a catalog of superlatives: he won more IFBB Mr. • Lee Haney won his first Mr.

Olympia title• the event had the highest attendance for the prejudging (4,200) and finals (5,000) and the largest amount of total prize money ($100,000) for any Olympia up to that time. Visit http://anabolicinstinct.com for more bodybuilding videos!MR OLYMPIA 1984 Lee Haney Mohamed Makkawy 1Lee Haney 2Mohamed Makkawy You can Watch also this Beauty: More Mr Olympia from 1991 to 1997 Dorian Yates her. MR OLYMPIA 1984 Lee Haney Mohamed Makkawy Duration: 34:24. Mr Olympia 15,079 views.

34:24. MR OLYMPIA 1985 Lee Haney Albert Beckles Duration: 39:18. Mr Olympia.

The Golden Age Of Muscle: 1984 Mr Olympia” Mr Olympia 1984 Watch the legendary Lee Haney take his first Mr O, beating the all time greats, Sergio Oliva, Mohamed Makkawy, Tom Platz and more. 1984 Mr. Olympia Results 1 Lee Haney USA 2 Mohamed Makkawy Egypt 3 Jusup Wilkosz Germany 4 Albert Beckles England 5 Roy Callender Canada.

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Cancel Unsubscribe. Working Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 1.95K. Lee Haney shares the only other bodybuilding physique that truly impressed and threatened him. Lee Haney is a true legend with eight Mr.

Olympia wins. A world record only to be tied by Ronnie Coleman years later. During Haney’s time, there was barely anyone else who could be a threat to his superior physique. • Height: 5 ft 11 in (180 cm) • Off Season Weight: 260 pounds (118 kg)• Competition Weight: the lightest 230 pounds (104 kg) 1984 Mr.

Olympia and the heaviest 250 pounds (113 kg) 1989 Mr. Olympia. As the unprecedented winner of eight consecutive Mr.

Olympia titles, besting Arnold Schwarzenegger’s seven-file record, Lee is an icon in the fitness industry. Lee was the 1st 8 time Mr. Olympia and the youngest to retire at the age of 31.

Now retired from his historic body building career, Lee’s focus has turned to educating others.

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His bodybuilding victories included five Mr. Universe (4 – NABBA [USA]) wins, and seven Mr. Olympia wins, a record which would stand until Lee Haney won his eighth consecutive Mr. Olympia title in 1991.

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  • You look at Brian’s photos and you think “they must be photoshopped?”
    But no. Brian has the freakiest body to ever grace a bodybuilding stage. It just looks impossible. Look at these pics https://i.redd.it/2wtldjvfvn541.jpg and this one https://i.redd.it/6jatu9ge4l021.jpg
    Even in the days of tight waists Brian was one of a kind. I don’t think his look will ever be matched?

  • He had more muscle than he did when he won in 83 but was about 5 pounds too heavy(fat and water). I had Samir in 2nd. 6th place was just a gigantic shafting…

  • I want to be more specific on Lee Haney’s first posing song. Yes, it is from Wagner’s Twilight of the Gods composition. But the actual song is called Siegfried’s Funeral March.

  • for some unknown reasons i don’t really like his physique but i have to admit he was the last ‘real’ bodybuilder who won mr O. after him some over-sized mass freak spoiled bodybuilding with growth hormone……  

  • this guy really had nothing on arnold, when arnold stopped competing it opened up the spot for weaker guys to come in, lee was great but, arnold was just untouchable before the freaks came in even thats debatable

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  • i believe HGH was around at this time but not abused as much as it is today. regardless haney was never a big dose user. that is why he retired when he did, because he was not willing to take the drug use as far as dorian.

  • Fantastic film. Like Youtube due to this kind of stuff.My homeboy had been bullied. He said he was about to get bigger. I did not believe him. Then shortly after that he gained 40lbs of 100 % pure muscle mass. He used the Muscle Building Bible (Google it). Not a soul dares to intimidate him now. I personally signed up earlier this week. See what happens. Plus this mans emails are fucking cool!

  • Hello everyone. Wonderful movie. My close friend was once a fat. He went from 284lbs of fat to 207 lbs of absolute muscle mass. I could not believe it! I just registered myself because I’m hoping to get heftier muscle mass. He used the Muscle Building Bible (Google it)…

  • Ronnie has pushed human genetics as far as they can go. But Haney’s physique just has something. Some kinda aestheticism that sets him apart from all the O’s even Zane.

  • one of the things I loved about Lee Haney was he didn’t care about the weight, just the Feel, mark of a REAL bodybuilder, it took me years and years to realize this and many never do (if u want to be healthy and build muscle)

  • huh? what do you mean, Kai Greene placed 3rd in his Olympia debut. Lol he’s going to get the title either this year in september or the next, trust me. People that are too big for their own good and have no aesthetic value=branch warren, jay cutler, markus ruhl, dennis wolf to name a few, list goes on.

  • not to mention oil and not tanning like a fucking douchbag, and the panties was decent back then, nowdays you can see their fucking asses

  • Haney was on. Samir was off. But always shapely and full. The best won and the rest were still good. But Roy Callander was not a top six to me just cut and ripped but not full.

  • I think haney gets his 9th in 92 and then would possibly go down to 2 in 93 with Dorian going to new heights. Unless Lee could have gotten better. Could have been some great battles for a couple more years between the two. No doubt tho haney wins in 92 though

  • sure there is! Guys like Victor Martinez and Dennis Wolf have much greater V-tapers than Haney… the only difference is that they also have the stomachs of pregnant women and can’t hit a vacuum if their life depended on it!

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  • Nah, just compare Phil and Ronnie. Phil is still big, but none comes close to the sheer mass Ronnie had in his prime…which is a good thing to be honest. Bodybuilding in the past 20 years was way too much about pure mass.

  • Nowadays it’s how freaky you are that gets the Sandow. In the cases of Kai Greene, Branch Warren and others of that size they were good on the Arnie Classic side of things but never Olympia winners.

  • One of the more over looked olympia champs it seems but lee was truely awesome, had two slabs of meat for a back, amazing front lat spread and front double bicep, and 84 wasnt even his best shape…check haney out from 87 onwards got even better, believer in Christ as well, Ronnie Coleman’s hero

  • Man can’t replicate what nature gives us. That is for sure. No matter how hard we strive to create perfection… perfection can only be made by GOD. Everything we use today that is man made… affects our bodies due to side effects. And it is a game that… if we try to produce some sort of thing that inhibits those side effects… other side effects will appear We can even argue that this kind of thing is written in the Bible.. Adam was living eternal life before he wanted knowledge.

  • سمير بنوت السادس… احا يعنى… حكام ولاد وسخة.. على الاقل سمير مركز تانى.. و مكاوى مستواه رائع و معجزة بكل المقاييس بهذا الحجم و يكسب مركز تانى مستر اوليمبيا مرتين

  • Are you talking about Lee Priest? I don’t know why you consider him as the biggest… he is not Greg Kovacks for crying out loud. And Ronnie Coleman was a joke in my opinion. He wasn’t better than Levrone or Shawn Ray or Flex Wheeler. Nasser el Sonbaty also should have won a trophy when he placed second to Dorian Yates back in the day. What I want to say is this… aside from the incredible Hulk… we have already people who look more muscular than other heroes like Superman.

  • Man,that was some terrible judging. Wow!!! Beckles and Wilkosz ahead of Samir and Bob Paris. Just awful. I had:
    1. Haney
    2. Makkawi
    3. Samir
    4. Paris
    5. Callender
    6. Wilkosz

  • Thats not true.. If you look at the top bodybuilders, in the Mr. O, you wont find many, but Cedric McMillan has a ridiculous v-taper. I mean, ridiculous ridiculous one.

  • I wonder how far he could’ve gone. I respect his decision to retire and all, but I’m still curious. He didn’t seem to have the stomach issues that today’s bodybuilders have and seemed to get better and better every year.

  • The true mass with class,no controversial wins,unlike all other multi Olympia winners.Most of my weight training lifestyle is based on Arnold and Lee’s philosophies.1st and 2nd greatest bodybuilders of all time!

  • La cintura de lee haney le da una ventaja en visión sobre dorian yates. Se ve como sus amigos taylor, ray están contentos con su trunfo

  • It’s so funny that Dorian had been advised that Haney was a bully onstage. You can see them fighting each other because of bad advice lol

  • To much focus on size these days. No detail small waist or lines this is what makes a bodybuilder. Not bulky blocks statue just because you’re bigger doesn’t mean you’re better Haney is and will always be my favorite, he’s a balanced bodybuilder ✊����������

  • I never liked Haney’s physique: small arms and calves compared with the rest of his physique. For some reason, Buchanan never went far in the contests. Of course Brian had that freaky “wasp” waist and excellent arm development. As was pointed out, Brian’s calves hurt him in the competitions.

  • Dorian should have won Mr. Universe as early as 1987 and looked good enough to place in the top 6 at Olympia prior to 1991 when he won 2nd. If Haney would have competed in 92 it would have been a tough one, but in 93 onward Dorian was the King who changed it all!

  • I’ve been a fan of bodybuilding since i was 12, looking at Casey Viator on the cover of M&F…Now that I’am 50 at look at this shit and can’t believe how obsessed i was in the 80’s with BB…because now, this stuff looks ridiculous to me..

  • 91 was basically a contest to see who took 2nd, Haney was unreal. I thought Vince Taylor should have taken 2nd, Dorian obviously improved so much after. VT still jacked at 64, that was a great era. And many of them still looking great and healthy. Thanks for posting ��

  • Agreed. Lets just hope these guys dont abuse hgh and slin and get that balloon look.. I can see a battle between those 3 in the future, thats for sure.

  • Back when BB was the real deal…the quest for what we call nowadays aesthetics to stay apart from what BB became, a myostatic cows exhibition. nothing less.

  • Good matchup Mark! Agree with most your calls but a couple could go either way, especially FLS and SC. I’d actually give Brian the SC based on these pics. Yeah Lee’s got that massive ribcage and the better chest… guess I’m just not a huge fan of the old-school propped up look. Arnold could pull it off because his chest was arguably the best of all time. Lee’s is great too but that style of posing diminishes the role of the arms, shoulders, and traps. There’s just more going on in Buchanan’s upper body that draws my eye in that one.

  • My decisions Lee Haney wins by a point.
    Front doubleBrian
    Front lat spreadDraw
    Side chestLee
    Rear doubleLee
    Rear lat spreadLee
    Most muscular-Draw

  • Brian looks a billion times better. Well, kinda. His legs could be better. But he has that wow factor. Lee would win but Brian looks more aesthetic