The 2014 Arnold Classic Danny Cheskis January 9, 2014 Mockery, Uncategorized 2 Comments "Chicago's First Interactive Message Board For Fans"Prev postNext post The 2014 Arnold Classic is the highlight of the Arnold Sports Festival, held annually by Arnold Schwarzenegger. The bodybuilding competition will occur from Feb 27 – Mar 2 this year in Columbus, OH. This is the 26th installment, and the event is now invite only as far as competitors are concerned. New this year is the 212 division, led by Mr. Olympia James “Flex” Lewis. Flex isn’t a shoe in, but definitely has the best chance to win. Jose Raymond is the sleeper of this group, but will need to really impress. The coup de grace of the Arnold Sports festival will be the 2014 Arnold Classic. The 13 gentlemen invited this year is a stacked group: Evan Centopani Brandon Curry Toney Freeman Cedric MacMillan Victor Martinez Edward Nunn Ben Pakulski Shawn Rhoden Fred Smalls Branch Warren Roelly Winklaar Dennis Wolf Hidetada Yamagish PAST 5 WINNERS: 2013 – Dexter Jackson 2012 – Branch Warren 2011 – Branch Warren 2010 – Kai Greene 2009 – Kai Greene 2014 ARNOLD CLASSIC BREAKDOWN AND PREDICTIONS While the list is impressive, most of the names you may not be familiar with don’t have much of a chance to win, but could place and surprise some people. While Pakulski and Rhoden aren’t household names to some, They both should finish in the top 5. Centopani, Warren, and Martinez will all be gunning for one man in my opinion. Despite Warren having 2 wins in his last 3 years competing, and Martinez topped the class of 2007, I feel this year is Dennis Wolf’s Arnold Classic to lose. Rhoden will give him a run for his money though. _____________________________________________________ PHOTOS: BodyBuilding.com, ArnoldSports (Facebook), MaxBody.ru VIDEO: BodybuildingMovies SOURCE: HardBodyNews.Com _____________________________________________________ Our so-called bread-and-butter, Mockery is what we are all about. Whether it happens to be contradictory and/or funny sports news The Mock enjoys sharing stories that make our readers well rounded when it comes to sports. Numbers and rankings are great, but we all know that funny sports news is what can make us feel like we have something in common with the teams and/or athletes we love to follow. Contradictory events are often the first things talked about at the water cooler, so The Mock has you covered. If you are ever at a game and ask yourself “did you see that,” chances are we did! Prev postNext post Note: This website contains an assortment of articles written by Chicago fans with their own opinion, each reflecting their own point of view. For this reason, you may see conflicting reactions. Sports Mockery is the combined collection of all these publications for your enjoyment. 2 Responses Marc-Louis Paprzyca January 9, 2014 No doubt. Having stepped on stage to compete before I can tell you the crazy amount of preparation it takes physically as well as mentally. Log in to Reply Danny Cheskis January 9, 2014 I watch, from afar. Like, a very far afar. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.