Big Ramy Says He Could Retire In One Year: ‘ I Will Stop Bodybuilding At 38 Years Old’

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Big Ramy claims that he is one year away from his desired retirement date.

Big Ramy has reached the pinnacle of bodybuilding. He is the reigning two-time Olympia champion but might have just one appearance left on the biggest stage. During an interview with the RWA PodcastBig Ramy explained how he might be one year away from his retirement from competition.

Big Ramy joined the podcast and discussed some personal topics, including his experiences at Oxygen Gym and his plans for the upcoming Olympia. He believes that he will win his third consecutive Olympia but could it be the last? Ramy claims that he has had a plan to retire from competition at 38 years old. At 37, this leaves just one year.

“I’VE DECIDED SINCE THE BEGINNING THAT I WILL STOP BODYBUILDING AT 38 YEARS OLD. MY KIDS STILL ASK ME ABOUT IT. I TELL THEM 38 HASN’T COME YET. WHEN IT COMES, WE’LL TALK,” BIG RAMY SAID.

Big Ramy Hometown Kafr El Sheikh

Will Big Ramy Retire If He Wins A Third Title?

This is a conversation that can be had after Big Ramy’s comments, especially after missing the 2022 Pittsburgh Pro. On Tim Budesheim’s YouTube channel, Dennis James provided an update on Big Ramy.

It was explained that Big Ramy was prepared to appear on stage as a guest poser in Pittsburgh. Once he was ready to travel, there was an issue that came up. This issue was not revealed. This raised some questions on Big Ramy appearing at different events.

Now, Big Ramy is preparing to win the Olympia once again. Would he actually decide to hang it up after three consecutive titles? If he does, he does not know what would be next but he would still remain a massive figure in bodybuilding.

“I DON’T KNOW WHAT I’LL DO AFTER 38 BUT THIS IS SOMETHING I’VE DECIDED A LONG TIME AGO. I’M 37. THERE’S ONE MORE YEAR LEFT,” BIG RAMY SAID.

Big Ramy has built one of the best physiques in the world and has a chance to go on a real tear at the Olympia. At 37 years old, it is unknown if he would be able to approach the all-time record of eight victories, held by Ronnie Coleman and Lee Haney. After his recent comments, there might not be interest from Ramy to go on in competition.

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