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    Of course no one wants The Blade to retire Ė like ever!! Heís the last remaining link between the 1990ís and the current era. Heís a former Mr. O, who after his decisive win at the IFBB Pro League Tampa Pro, is a strong candidate to break into the elite of the elite, the Olympia Top 3. Any man in that ultra-competitive group, could walk away with the Sandow. Dexter doesnít play the mass game, heís not a crazy poser, and he doesnít get carried away with talk Ė not on the message boards, not at the Olympia press conference, and not on the stage.

    His professionalism is as sharp as his physique. The media shows him great respect, the fans are in awe of him, and his contemporaries hold him in the highest of esteem. Dexter has won every title, been featured on all the magazines (in their heyday), featured on countless films Ė heís achieved it all. As any great champion, there does come a point in time when retirement is contemplated and should Dex win his second Sandow (his 30th consecutive pro win), I canít think of a better time and a better way, to retire.
    I think a very important distinction to make here, is that retirement shouldnít be associated with quitting. A lot of people look down on hanging Ďem up in bodybuilding. For many fans, retirement either means youíre sidelined by injury, youíre no longer competitive, or youíve given up on the sport for something else. Ultimately, no one really retires on top and that very concept is lost upon many, even many diehards. I think a lot of enthusiasts have grown to see their idols as superhuman, as somehow above the aging process, above exhaustion; they see quitting as weak. That reasoning is flawed. What does Dex have left to prove? If he won the O, maybe he could win another Arnold, then retire Ė but why? When youíve won every show there is to win, whatís left? Why keep going?
    Another argument might be, if heís still in great shape and heís still winning and making money, why quit? This is actually a very good point; however, why push his body to the extreme into his 50ís? What is the point? I think if he wants to go on Ė fine, but for the fans to demand it, itís selfish. That goes for the press too. Many of the best writers today, donít want to see Dexter go; in fact, they believe that itís only fake fans who would go for such a thing. I think itís a blessing The Blade doesnít have any injuries and has had such a great run. He may very well go on another 3, 5, or more years, but that should be entirely on him. When he guest-posed at Jack Titoneís St. Louis Pro, the fans roared when he hinted at retiring, no one wanted it. And itís not like the fans were politely saying no, they were screaming at the top of their lungs!! If and when Dexter does retire, itíll really be the end of an era. When you stop to think about, heís been with multiple generations, as a driving force in the sport. That being said, even if Dexter decided to stop competing, itís not like heís going to disappear from the scene. Just take one look at Jay Cutler. The guy is more active now, than just about any active competing IFBB Pro. Also, his fanbase, earning potential, and relevance hasnít skipped a beat!

    One last argument, is one Iím really not a fan of, and that is, just to see how long Dex can go on. Wtf is that? Weíre talking about a great champion, a legend Ė but for many, The Blade is pushing the card; heís staring age right in the face and laughing at it. For many folks who want to see Dexter go on battling into his 50ís, they just want to ultimately see how long he can on top. They want to see if heíll top Beckles or Vince Taylor. The truth is, and reiterating my first point, Dexter has already long achieved what no other pro champion has. What else does he have to prove?
    Now hereís the big question, CAN HE WIN in 2019? YES, HE CAN. There is no man on that stage that Dexter hasnít defeated before. His size, vascularity, and condition in Tampa, also cement the point that weíre not talking about a nostalgia act. The Blade is sharper than ever, qualified to compete with a win, and arguably was so good that he (perhaps) kept big names like Big Ramy from swooping in for an easy Olympia qualification. At 100%, no one Ė and I mean no one Ė is taking Dexter for a ride. At 100%, he can win, and that does not require anyone else being off, injured, or ill. If Jackson can come in, in his signature form, full of spirit, and ready to battle, heíll emerge victorious in 2019. And if that happens and he wants to retire, I donít think thereíd be any better way or place than there. To win the Sandow, to receive the top honors, and to speak directly to the fans Ė there and all over the world Ė is the way to go. Dexter MORE THAN DESERVES to retire HOW HE WANTS TO!!
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    No, he will be top 4.
     

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    With the look that the judges are looking for right now, and after DEXTERS last show, I think it is possible he could win the show...he's done it before so I wouldn't count him out.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by drtbear1967 View Post

    by Christian Duque
    Of course no one wants The Blade to retire Ė like ever!! Heís the last remaining link between the 1990ís and the current era. Heís a former Mr. O, who after his decisive win at the IFBB Pro League Tampa Pro, is a strong candidate to break into the elite of the elite, the Olympia Top 3. Any man in that ultra-competitive group, could walk away with the Sandow. Dexter doesnít play the mass game, heís not a crazy poser, and he doesnít get carried away with talk Ė not on the message boards, not at the Olympia press conference, and not on the stage.

    His professionalism is as sharp as his physique. The media shows him great respect, the fans are in awe of him, and his contemporaries hold him in the highest of esteem. Dexter has won every title, been featured on all the magazines (in their heyday), featured on countless films Ė heís achieved it all. As any great champion, there does come a point in time when retirement is contemplated and should Dex win his second Sandow (his 30th consecutive pro win), I canít think of a better time and a better way, to retire.
    I think a very important distinction to make here, is that retirement shouldnít be associated with quitting. A lot of people look down on hanging Ďem up in bodybuilding. For many fans, retirement either means youíre sidelined by injury, youíre no longer competitive, or youíve given up on the sport for something else. Ultimately, no one really retires on top and that very concept is lost upon many, even many diehards. I think a lot of enthusiasts have grown to see their idols as superhuman, as somehow above the aging process, above exhaustion; they see quitting as weak. That reasoning is flawed. What does Dex have left to prove? If he won the O, maybe he could win another Arnold, then retire Ė but why? When youíve won every show there is to win, whatís left? Why keep going?
    Another argument might be, if heís still in great shape and heís still winning and making money, why quit? This is actually a very good point; however, why push his body to the extreme into his 50ís? What is the point? I think if he wants to go on Ė fine, but for the fans to demand it, itís selfish. That goes for the press too. Many of the best writers today, donít want to see Dexter go; in fact, they believe that itís only fake fans who would go for such a thing. I think itís a blessing The Blade doesnít have any injuries and has had such a great run. He may very well go on another 3, 5, or more years, but that should be entirely on him. When he guest-posed at Jack Titoneís St. Louis Pro, the fans roared when he hinted at retiring, no one wanted it. And itís not like the fans were politely saying no, they were screaming at the top of their lungs!! If and when Dexter does retire, itíll really be the end of an era. When you stop to think about, heís been with multiple generations, as a driving force in the sport. That being said, even if Dexter decided to stop competing, itís not like heís going to disappear from the scene. Just take one look at Jay Cutler. The guy is more active now, than just about any active competing IFBB Pro. Also, his fanbase, earning potential, and relevance hasnít skipped a beat!

    One last argument, is one Iím really not a fan of, and that is, just to see how long Dex can go on. Wtf is that? Weíre talking about a great champion, a legend Ė but for many, The Blade is pushing the card; heís staring age right in the face and laughing at it. For many folks who want to see Dexter go on battling into his 50ís, they just want to ultimately see how long he can on top. They want to see if heíll top Beckles or Vince Taylor. The truth is, and reiterating my first point, Dexter has already long achieved what no other pro champion has. What else does he have to prove?
    Now hereís the big question, CAN HE WIN in 2019? YES, HE CAN. There is no man on that stage that Dexter hasnít defeated before. His size, vascularity, and condition in Tampa, also cement the point that weíre not talking about a nostalgia act. The Blade is sharper than ever, qualified to compete with a win, and arguably was so good that he (perhaps) kept big names like Big Ramy from swooping in for an easy Olympia qualification. At 100%, no one Ė and I mean no one Ė is taking Dexter for a ride. At 100%, he can win, and that does not require anyone else being off, injured, or ill. If Jackson can come in, in his signature form, full of spirit, and ready to battle, heíll emerge victorious in 2019. And if that happens and he wants to retire, I donít think thereíd be any better way or place than there. To win the Sandow, to receive the top honors, and to speak directly to the fans Ė there and all over the world Ė is the way to go. Dexter MORE THAN DESERVES to retire HOW HE WANTS TO!!
    That fucker looks awesome on some dbol or adrol lol whatever heís on in that pic has him all swollen The Blade for his second Sandow?


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    The Blade and Cedric should make it a show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drtbear1967 View Post
    The Blade and Cedric should make it a show.
    If they both come dialed in I say at least top 5.
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    Time to move away from the bloated gut look.
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    Its finally here, My Olympia 2019 weekend. Going to be an interesting, unique show this year.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashop View Post
    Its finally here, My Olympia 2019 weekend. Going to be an interesting, unique show this year.
    Unfortunately it was a pretty mediocre show.
     

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    After this past weekend, and the reports of the O expo being a bust, I just wonder if people even care about the O anymore.....
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    The expo was a bust? Wow, the expo always attracts tons of people.
     

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