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Big Ramy Is Big, Martyn Ford Is Huge, But This Seven Foot Tall Dutch Giant Wins When It Comes to Size

Big Ramy Is Big, Martyn Ford Is Huge, But This Seven Foot Tall Dutch Giant Wins When It Comes to Size

Nowadays, bodybuilders are obsessed with size and proving that they're the biggest. Olivier Richters has certainly sat the bar really HIGH for everyone! One of the most Impressive bodybuilders lately is Mamdouh Elssbiay (born 16 September 1984), better known by his bodybuilding nickname Big Ramy. He is an Egyptian professional bodybuilder. At the 2015 Mr Olympia, he broke the record for the heaviest bodybuilder to compete in the prestigious event, weighing in at 316 lbs. Big Ramy seems to look pretty big, until you see him side by side with Martyn Ford.

A man who spent his younger years as a lanky chap has revealed his transformation into a muscular giant. Once skinny and 6ft 8in, Martyn Ford was just like any other young man with no interest in muscle mass.

"I never really had a goal as such, I just wanted to be bigger. Twelve years on, I seem to be that for sure, but there’s still more to achieve with my physique. The initial transformation I would say took two to three years. You were definitely looking at two different people then, for sure." - Martyn Ford

Martyn Ford is impressive and all until he posed with Olivier Richters. I mean look at this guy, he's an absolute scene to be admired. 

Because Olivier is 7' 2 so he's gainz might not seem that impressive. However, he does Bench: 286 lb. (130kg) Squat: 308 lb. (140kg) Deadlift: 485 lb. (220kg). 

He might not be the heaviest or strongest bodybuilder, but he's certainly the tallest. Watch this video to see how he's making all the bodybuilders look pretty tiny!!

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