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Top 10 Biceps In Bodybuilding History
Number 10: Lou Ferrigno
Lou Double Biceps
Note: This list is made according to my views. You have the right to disagree and replace Number 10 with Number 1 and still be right.
Louis Jude "Lou" Ferrigno (born November 9, 1951) is an American actor, fitness trainer/consultant, and retired professional bodybuilder. As a bodybuilder, Ferrigno won an IFBB Mr. America title and two consecutive IFBB Mr. Universe titles, and appeared in the bodybuilding documentary Pumping Iron. As an actor, he is best known for portraying the title role in the CBS television series The Incredible Hulk. He has also appeared in European-produced fantasy-adventures such as Sinbad of the Seven Seas and Hercules, and as himself in the sitcom The King of Queens and the 2009 comedy I Love You, Man.
Number 9:  Casey Viator
Casey Viator Big Biceps
Casey Viator (born September 4, 1951 in Lafayette, Louisiana ) was the youngest ever AAU Mr. America - gaining the title at the age of 19 in 1971.

Viator grew up in New Iberia, Louisiana. In 1968, Viator placed third in the Mr. Louisiana contest. The following year, he came in sixth in the 1969 Teen Mr. America, but won in the categories best arms, best abs and most muscular. Casey Viator had extremely large forearms proportional to the rest of his body.

He trained under the guidance of Arthur Jones for ten months prior to the Mr. America contest at DeLand High School in DeLand, Florida. The two first met briefly at the 1970 Mr. America contest in Los Angeles, California, where Viator placed third. Realizing Viator's potential, Jones offered Viator a job at his new company, the Nautilus Group.

All in the same year, Viator won three separate bodybuilding championships; Teen Age Mr. America, Jr. Mister America, and lastly, the title of Mr. America. In 1982 he capped off his bodybuilding career by placing third in the Mr. Olympia competition.

Today, Viator is a writer for Muscle & Fitness and Flex magazines.
Number 8:  Serge Nubret
Serge Nubret (October 6, 1938 - April 19, 2011) was a French professional bodybuilder, bodybuilding federation leader, movie actor and author. Serge was awarded many bodybuilding titles, including Mr. Europe (1966), Mr. Universe (1976) and WBBG Pro. Mr. World (1977). Serge Nubret's nicknames were "The Black Panther" and "The Nubret Lion".

List of bodybuilding awards

1958: Mr. Guadeloupe
1960: IFBB World Most Muscular Man
1970: NABBA Mister Universe 2nd
1970: IFBB Mr. Europe (Tall)
1972: IFBB Mr. Olympia (3rd place)
1973: IFBB Mr. Olympia (2nd)
1974: IFBB Mr. Olympia (Heavy Weight, 3rd place)
1975: IFBB Mr. Olympia (Heavy Weight, 2nd)
1976: Pro NABBA Mr. Universe
1976: WBBG Mr. World (2nd)
1977: WBBG Mr. World
1977: WBBG Mr. Olympus
1981: Pro WABBA World Championships
1982: Pro WABBA World Championships
Number 7:   Reg Park
Reg Park Biceps Pose
Bodybuilding titles

1946 Mr Britain 4th
1949 Mr Britain 1st
1950 Best Developed Athlete in America - IFBB, Tall, 1st
1950 Best Developed Athlete in America - IFBB, Overall Winner Mr Europe
1950 Overall Winner Mr Universe - NABBA, Tall, 2nd
1951 Mr Universe - NABBA, Tall, 1st
1951 Mr Universe - NABBA, Overall Winner
1958 Mr Universe - Pro - NABBA, Tall, 1st
1958 Mr Universe - Pro - NABBA, Overall Winner
1965 Mr Universe - Pro - NABBA, Tall, 1st
1965 Mr Universe - Pro - NABBA, Overall Winner
1970 Mr Universe - Pro - NABBA, Tall, 2nd
1971 Mr Universe - Pro - NABBA, Tall, 3rd
1973 Mr Universe - Pro - NABBA, Tall, 2nd
Number 6: Flex Wheeler
Flex Wheeler
Kenneth Wheeler (born August 23, 1965, Fresno, California, United States), better known as Flex Wheeler, is a former American IFBB professional bodybuilder.
Number 5:  Shawn Ray
Shawn Ray Massive
Shawn Ray (born September 9, 1965 in Placentia, California, U.S.) is a former professional bodybuilder and author.
Titles Won

1983 California Gold Cup
1984 Mr. Teenage Los Angeles AAU (Short & Overall)
1984 Teenage Mr. California (Middle & Overall)
1985 Teenage Mr. Orange County (Short & Overall)
1985 Teenage National Championships (Lightheavy & Overall)
1985 Jr. World Championships (Lightheavy & Overall)
1986 Jr. National Championships (2nd Place Light heavy)
1987 Mr. California (Lightheavy & Overall)
1987 National Championships (Lightheavy & Overall)
1990 Pro Ironman Champion
1990 Arnold Classic Champion (lost title due to failing drug test)
1991 Arnold Classic Champion
Inducted into the IFBB Hall of Fame of professional bodybuilding in January 2007.
Number 4: Larry Scott
Larry Scott Massive
Larry Scott, nicknamed "the Legend", born on October 12, 1938 in Blackfoot, Idaho is an American former IFBB professional bodybuilder. He won 1965 Mr. Olympia and the 1966 Mr. Olympia competition.

Bodybuilding titles

1959 Mr. Idaho, 1st
1960 Mr. California - AAU, Winner
1960 Mr. California - AAU, Most Muscular, 1st
1960 Mr. Los Angeles - AAU, Most Muscular, 3rd
1960 Mr. Los Angeles - AAU, 3rd
1961 Mr. Pacific Coast - AAU, Most Muscular, 1st
1961 Mr. Pacific Coast - AAU, Winner
1962 Mr. America, Medium, 2 and Overall
1963 Mr. Universe, Medium, 1st
1964 Mr. Universe, Medium, 1st and Overall
1965 Mr. Olympia, 1st
1966 Mr. Olympia, 1st
1979 Canada Diamond Pro Cup, 9th
1979 Grand Prix Vancouver, Did not place
Number 3: Ronnie Coleman
Ronnie Dean "Big Ron" Coleman (born May 13, 1964 in Bastrop, Louisiana) is an American professional bodybuilder who holds the record of eight straight wins as Mr. Olympia, a record career total that he shares with Lee Haney.
Bodybuilding titles

1990 Mr. Texas (Heavyweight & Overall)
1991 World Amateur Championships (Heavyweight)
1995 Canada Pro Cup
1996 Canada Pro Cup
1997 Grand Prix Russia
1998 Night of Champions
1998 Toronto Pro Invitational
1998 Mr. Olympia
1998 Grand Prix Finland
1998 Grand Prix Germany
1999 Mr. Olympia
1999 World Pro Championships
1999 Grand Prix England
2000 Mr. Brody Langley
2000 Grand Prix England
2000 World Pro Championships
2000 Mr. Olympia
2001 Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic
2001 Mr. Olympia
2001 New Zealand Grand Prix
2002 Mr. Olympia
2002 Grand Prix Holland
2003 Mr. Olympia
2003 Grand Prix Russia
2004 Mr. Olympia
2004 Grand Prix England
2004 Grand Prix Holland
2004 Grand Prix Russia
2005 Mr. Olympia
2006 Grand Prix Austria - IFBB, 2nd
2006 Grand Prix Holland - IFBB, 2nd
2006 Grand Prix Romania - IFBB, 2nd
2006 Olympia - IFBB, 2nd
2007 Olympia - IFBB, 4th
Number 2: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger (born July 30, 1947) is an Austrian-American former professional bodybuilder, actor, director, businessman, investor, and politician who served as the 38th Governor of California (2003-11).

Titles Won

1965 Jr. Mr. Europe (Germany)
1966 Best Built Man of Europe (Germany)
1966 Mr. Europe (Germany)
1966 International Power lifting Championship (Germany)
1967 NABBA Mr. Universe, amateur (London)
1968 NABBA Mr. Universe, professional (London)
1968 German Power lifting Championship
1968 IFBB Mr. International (Mexico)
1969 IFBB Mr. Universe, amateur (New York)
1969 NABBA Mr. Universe, professional (London)
1970 NABBA Mr. Universe, professional (London)
1970 AAU Mr. World (Columbus, Ohio)
1970 IFBB Mr. Olympia (New York)
1971 IFBB Mr. Olympia (Paris)
1972 IFBB Mr. Olympia (Essen, Germany)
1973 IFBB Mr. Olympia (New York)
1974 IFBB Mr. Olympia (New York)
1975 IFBB Mr. Olympia (Pretoria, South Africa)
1980 IFBB Mr. Olympia (Sydney, Australia)
Number 1: Sergio Oliva
Sergio Oliva is a bodybuilder known as "The Myth". This sobriquet was given to him by bodybuilder/writer Rick Wayne. Wayne had begun calling Oliva "The Myth" "(because everyone who saw him at the 1967 Montreal World's Fair said he was "Just unbelievable")".

Bodybuilding titles

963 Mr Chicago
1964 Mr Illinois
1964 Mr America - AAU, 7th
1965 Junior Mr America - AAU, 2nd
1965 Junior Mr America - AAU, Most Muscular
1965 Mr America - AAU, 4th
1965 Mr America - AAU, Most Muscular,
1966 Junior Mr America - AAU, Winner
1966 Junior Mr America - AAU, Most Muscular
1966 Mr America - AAU, 2nd
1966 Mr America - AAU, Most Muscular,
1966 Mr World - IFBB, Overall Winner
1966 Mr World - IFBB, Tall, 1st
1966 Mr Universe - IFBB Winner
1966 Olympia - IFBB, 4th
1967 Olympia - IFBB, Winner
1967 Universe - IFBB, Overall Winner
1968 Olympia - IFBB, Winner
1969 Olympia - IFBB, Winner
1970 Mr World - AAU, Pro Tall, 2nd
1970 Olympia - IFBB, 2nd
1971 Universe - Pro - NABBA, Tall, 2nd
1972 Olympia - IFBB, 2nd
1973 Mr International - IFBB, Professional, 1st
1974 Mr International - WBBG, Professional, 1st
1975 Olympus - WBBG, Winner
1976 Olympus - WBBG, Winner
1977 World Championships - WABBA, Professional, 1st
1978 Olympus - WBBG, Winner
1980 World Championships - WABBA, Professional, 1st
1981 Pro World Cup - WABBA, Winner
1984 Olympia - IFBB, 8th
1984 Pro States Championships - WABBA
1985 Olympia - IFBB, 8th

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Sergio Oliva Gorilla Arms
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