Egyptian Big Ramy wins the “Mr. Olympia” title twice in a row
The Egyptian international champion, Mamdouh Al-Subaie, known as “Big Ramy”, managed to settle the competitions of the “Mr. Olympia 2021” in his favour, to win the title for the second time in a row after winning the 2020 edition. The tournament, which was hosted by the city of Orlando in the US state of Florida, concluded with the participation of 3 Egyptian players, led by Big Ramy. This is the first time in history that an Arab-African athlete has won the title of “Mr. Olympia” twice. The Egyptian champion competed for the championship title with American Hunter Labrada, Iranian Hadi Chopin, England’s Nick Walker, Ghanaian William Bonak, and American Brandon Kerry. Big Ramy qualified for the tournament as the holder of the “Mr. Olympia” title for the last edition 2020. Egyptian and Arab singers celebrated the victory of “Big Ramy”, as they were keen to follow it, despite the time difference between the Arab countries and the United States, given the great popularity of the Egyptian international champion after winning the title for the first time last year. A number of celebrities were also keen to tweet in support of Big Ramy, such as the Egyptian comedian Mohamed Henedy, who tweeted several times in support of Ramy and the other Egyptians who participated in the world championship.