Kevin Levrone Is Back on Mr Olympia stage

Bodybuilding legend Kevin Levrone is officially out of retirement and is prepping for the 2016 Olympia! Watch Kevin's special announcement at the 2016 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro. Kevin Levrone is arguably the greatest bodybuilder to never win a Mr. Olympia title. He was one of the pioneers of the second Golden Age in the 90’s and dominated the scene with his incredible size and definition. Competing against athletes like Shawn Ray, Flex Wheeler, and Dorian Yates, Levrone was able to hold his own, often times placing within the top three of many competition.

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Kevin Mark Levrone (born July 16, 1964) is an American IFBB professional bodybuilder,IFBteaB Hall of Famer, blogger, musician and actor. During his professional career Kevin competed in 67 IFBB Professional contests. He has won 23 Pro Shows, holding the record of the most wins as an IFBB professional until Ronnie Coleman set the new record in 2004.

Kevin Levrone was born on July 16, 1964 and was the youngest of six children. After the 1992 Olympia in February 1993, Kevin completely torn his major and minor pectoralis while bench pressing 600 pounds, and he needed surgery to reattach them. At that time everyone thought that Kevin’s career was over. He had two surgeries, the first one lasted 8 hours. While he was healing from his first surgery he got an infection and he needed a second surgery.

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