1987 Mr. Olympia – Lee Haney

 

Bertil Fox Mr. Olympia 1987 Posing

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Rich Gaspari Mr. Olympia 1987 Posing

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MR OLYMPIA 1987 Lee Haney Rich Gaspari

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Leehaney 1988 Mr.Olympia workout at Gold’s Gym

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Dorian Yates vs Lee Haney 1992 Mr Olympia

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Lee Haney vs. Rich Gaspari 1987 Epic Olympia Showdown

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Lee Haney German Grand Prix 1987 Posing

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19 rows · Dec 28, 2012 · The 1987 Mr. Olympia contest was an IFBB professional bodybuilding. Lee Haney (born November 11, 1959) is an American former IFBB professional bodybuilder.

Haney shares the all-time record for most Mr. Olympia titles at eight with Ronnie Coleman. 1987 Mr Olympia, featuring Lee Haney, Robby Robinson, Rich Gaspari, Lee Labrada, and more.

Lee Haney won eight Mr. Olympia titles by the time he retired from bodybuilding in 1991. He won his fourth at the 1987 Mr. Olympia Contest, and it was a well deserved win (although he was close to his runner up Rich Gaspari ). 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 Haney 1987 Mr. Olympia (One Of His Best Years) Similar Bodybuilding Threads: 1987 Mr. Olympia Introductions (All Competitors) VIDEO Lee Haney.

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. Read Lee Haney’s testimony in his own words as 8-time Mr. Olympia, Athlete, Father, Husband, and Man of God. Become a certified trainer with Lee Haney Become a certified trainer through the International Association of Fitness Sciences.

1987 Mr. Olympia Lee Haney — Tiger Fitness Lee Haney wins the Twenty-Third annual Mr. Olympia contest held in October 31st, 1987, at the Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Sweden. Lee Haney wins the Twenty-Third annual Mr. Olympia contest held in October 31st, 1987, at the Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Sweden.

NEW Outright Bar ◻️ White Choc. 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.

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  • That time in Mr. Olympia 1992 Lee’s back was wider than Dorian later Dorian known for his phenomenal back pose n his back became one the best back in bodybuilding history.

  • His conditioning is what makes his physique pop, something lacking with the bigger bodybuilders. It’s what makes his physique so aesthetic and appealing to the eye. He would never win in today’s mr Olympia’s because judges care more about size and being bigger than they do about conditioning. Bodybuilding today is now just an ego contest to see which bodybuilder is bigger than the other and can ‘out dominate’ the other. Insecurity over self image. Judges don’t want to point it out because they are afraid to upset the bodybuilders feelings. When they do the bodybuilders start crying. Ronnie Coleman seems to be pointing it out when he talked about the importance of not complaining.

  • He was awesome. I love his conditioning. His back is great. Legs are amazing.

    He was beat by pure size. I’m not saying that Haney didn’t wouldn’t be have won if Gaspari was near his size but it would have been an awesome showdown.

  • fuck arnold the fake ass….hes been copying lee haney ever since he started body building through out hes whole career prior the rest of them lou aswell…

  • This reminds me of Arnold vs. Lou in the 75′ Olympia (pumping iron)…Arnold was 4 yrs older at 28 yrs old vs. Lou at 24 yrs old. In this 91′ Olympia Haney was 32. Yates was 29. But after, Lou would have destroyed Arnold from his Physique on the movie “Hercules” at 32!! Just like Dorian would have destroyed Haney from his 1993 Mr. O at 31 yrs of age! �� ��

  • Arnold had 6 Sandow’s at 28 Left in his Prime
    Haney had 8 Sandow’s at 31 Still in his Prime!! And now rhoden won his first olympia at 43 I wonder how the game has changed.

  • I was lucky enough to win a competition to spend 2 weeks in Florida at
    the Walt Disney Dolphin Hotel, and attend the 1991 Mr Olympia. The competition was held in the hotel auditorium. As a 21 year old bodybuilding fan, I was in awe to see those guys just wandering around the hotel with their entourage. I also got to spend a day sunbathing by the pool with Francis Benfatto what a lovely guy he is. I’d never seen Lee Haney in person. His physique was unbelievable that day. I believe that the 1991 version of Haney would have beaten the 1992 version of Yates to claim a 9th title. However, the 1993 version of Yates was on a completely different level

  • Gaspari was too thigh and pec dominant that year. He was as big in 1989..but his proportions(arms, delts and back) were much better in 1989

  • Dude was Rock solid upper body but no legs. GTFO Ronnie’s legs are bigger than his whole body. Would look like a doll next to Ronnie the real GOAT

  • Fan Request: Could you compare Rich Gaspari in 1988 when he had his best symmetry and proportions and smallest waist to his 1987 and 1989 Olympias? In 87 he looked too blocky and the weight was not distributed well. In 1989 he looked as big as 87 but is arms, delts, and back looked a lot large(though he had a pec tear.

  • 1:55 I repudiate the fact that Haney put a fist on Dorian’s face!
    Horrible la actitud de Lee al colocar así su puño en es rostro de Dorian,me pareció humillante!debió ganar Doorian y no exactamente por ello,Doria estaba muy bien para la época,el mismo Haney lo reconoció,he incluso celebró ganar porque creía que Dorian era dueño del triunfo!

  • Dorians 3rd ever pro show.
    His 2nd year as a pro.
    His 1st Olympia, and he came second.
    The following year Kevin Levrone made his pro and Olympia debut, and also placed 2nd.
    The year after that Flex Wheeler made his pro & Olympia debut, also placing second.

    The 90’s was an era of amazing progress and physiques.

    Guys continued to get bigger and conditioning continued to improve, before sharply falling in the early 2000’s.

    Later we would get bubble guts, soft watery/puffy physiques and crappy conditioning.

    The 90’s was by FAR the best Era. Starting with Lee Haney, dominated by Dorian Yates and ending with (the best versions of) Ronnie Coleman, Flex Wheeler, Kevin Levrone, Shawn Ray etc. etc.

  • It surprises me how much the body building has involved in 20 years.
    Todays bodybuilders are more conditioned and bulky than bodybuilders back then.

  • Kevin levrone, Nasser El Sonbatty, Flex Wheeler and Shawn Ray..all of them were better bodybuilders as compared with Dorian. This is my opinion, you may differ from it.

  • Dorian Yates was titled because of one reason? to get into European market of body building supplement and stuff. that why his 3 out of 6 Olympia title were stolen from other competitors.

  • Whether you think Lee wins here or Dorian does is your personal opinion and that’s fine but some of the descriptive language posted here to support those views is ridiculous.

  • im a huge fan of dorian but in that show Big Lee was just to much for him, clearly in the chest and shoulders, lee had him in the width and thickness of the back also but dorians back wasnt bad at all and 1 year later would match haneys back in thickness and width

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  • One of the best Mr. Olympias bodybuilding contests ever is the Olympia of 1991. I have only watched a couple of Olympias: the Mr. Olympia of 1983 is a classic. I have bought several Musclemag International magazines in the nineteen nineties. I’ve also been to the headquarters, and store of Musclemag International up to the early 1990s to visit a bodybuilding seminar. Up to the end of the 1980s, and late ’90s for the most part, bodybuilding was about shape, a V-taper, wide shoulders, pinched in midsection, wide outer thighs, wide outer calves. Thus giving the physique that “X-frame” as Greg Zulak wrote about in the late 1990s.

    For the Mr. Olympia 1991 Bob Kennedy chief editor, and publisher of Musclemag wrote a spectacular caption under a photography of Lee Haney, and Dorian Yates posing, and showing a rear double biceps, back pose. The caption says: “the two greatest backs built by man”, describing the Mr. Olympia of 1991! This flat angle is not shown on the above Olympia 1991, by the way. A most fitting, and magnificent statement! From what I also remember, that grandiose picture is of tremendous stature; to a height that reached the mountain of Olympus.

    Back at the Mr. Olympia of 1979 I remember a photograph from a magazine of Robbie Robinson, and Frank Zane. Photograph was of the same tremendous back, double biceps pose! Although it was very close for first place for the Olympia 1979; Frank Zane became the victor for this big, very prestigious contest by a very small margin. Zane won the Olympia competition in a blaze for a third consecutive time.

  • Lee Haney and Shawn Ray always better bodybuilders than Dorian Yates!
    Proporcion, size, defenition, density and of course aesthetics.
    Bigger doesn’t mean better! In proportion Shawn Ray arms are much bigger, and Lee back same

  • the guy was complete which is are…. he had all muscles big… nothing small… he had insane conditioning.. he had great symmetry… like you just cant catch a mistake in there..chest arms back waist… like he did all his homework… i really spent the whole video looking for a flow and i couldn’t

  • His physique is jaw dropping those muscles have a granite conditioning deep separation, roundness and striations in the right places.

  • Lee all the way. Great size, shape, conditioning….he had it all….and the small waist was incredible (no bubble gut with Mr Haney ever)….bodybuilding has gone down so far its ridiculous….this was the golden era for sure and Lee was the King

  • he was the better version of Serge Nubret with a very beautiful V taper. Forgotten legend, to me what a bodybuilder have to look like… With him only Dorian Yates and Ronnie coleman for mass monsters

  • pecs too big, thighs too big in 87. n 1989 he was roughly the same weight as 87 but proportions looked different and better. If he had his 1988 waist to shoulder taper and 1989 size..he might have won if Haney came in really off like he did in 1990