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hit4me

Florida, USA

Another golden era bodybuilder passes....he was another one that I liked to see in the mags when I was growing up
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ron33

hit4me wrote:
Another golden era bodybuilder passes....he was another one that I liked to see in the mags when I was growing up


Sad to hear . I was fortunate enough to be at Golds when he and his wife were there training for his Mr. U win . He was intense, like Platz and The Twins . Very impressive .
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sirloin

Thats a shame. Thought he was under rated.
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Chris H

i agree, and whilst he no doubt dabbled the "look" is just better then today.
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

Only 71... interesting.
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Average Al

Brian Johnston wrote:
Only 71... interesting.


Impressive physique. However, I don't think I ever took note of him back in the day. Not a real surprise, because I never have followed bodybuilding that closely.

Out of curiosity, I did a little bit of searching on google. Seems that after his competitive days came to an end (after a series of injuries), his life kind of fell apart on him. He once owned a gym, but he lost that to an ex-wife in a devastating (for him) divorce. He may have been homeless at one point, may have battled mental illness at another point.

So perhaps he just didn't take very good care of himself for a long stretch of time?
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extremeone

Might explain a few things...

https://www.youtube.com/...eature=emb_logo
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HeavyHitter32

extremeone wrote:
Might explain a few things...

https://www.youtube.com/...mb_logo


Wow.
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tompuderbaugh

WOW, is right....REALLY sad for the Metzer brothers. What the H happened to them??

Reminds me of the old saying "Never actually meet your heroes, you will be disappointed".
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HeavyHitter32

tompuderbaugh wrote:
WOW, is right....REALLY sad for the Metzer brothers. What the H happened to them??

Reminds me of the old saying "Never actually meet your heroes, you will be disappointed".


Mind you, these guys were only in their 40s as well. I've seen 75 year-olds that looked younger.

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Equity

If you listen to the video closely guys, they say Wilkosz's wife died, started a downslide and potentially could've ultimately contributed to his demise. Steroids wouldn't have helped either.
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HeavyHitter32

Missing Mentzer training video footage. ;)

https://youtu.be/...cGdEdS1s0?t=145
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Average Al

Average Al wrote:

He once owned a gym, but he lost that to an ex-wife in a devastating (for him) divorce.


I should correct this, as didn't read carefully enough...

He was associated with a gym back in Germany, but his wife ran it, and dealt with all the business aspects. Their relationship had started to deteriorate (though he was apparently somewhat oblivious to the issues in their marriage). Then she got sick, and eventually died. When she died he was distraught enough over her death. Then he found out that he had no claim on the gym, as her ex-husband (from an earlier marriage) was listed as owning everything, and he personally was broke. That's when he went off the rails.
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Equity

Average Al wrote:
Average Al wrote:

He once owned a gym, but he lost that to an ex-wife in a devastating (for him) divorce.

I should correct this, as didn't read carefully enough...

He was associated with a gym back in Germany, but his wife ran it, and dealt with all the business aspects. Their relationship had started to deteriorate (though he was apparently somewhat oblivious to the issues in their marriage). Then she got sick, and eventually died. When she died he was distraught enough over her death. Then he found out that he had no claim on the gym, as her ex-husband (from an earlier marriage) was listed as owning everything, and he personally was broke. That's when he went off the rails.


Understood. Very sad.

Regards.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

extremeone wrote:
Might explain a few things...

https://www.youtube.com/...mb_logo


==Scott==
Is there some connection to Jesup in this?
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Equity wrote:
If you listen to the video closely guys, they say Wilkosz's wife died, started a downslide and potentially could've ultimately contributed to his demise. Steroids wouldn't have helped either.


==Scott==
As hard as it was watching this cluster F video I listened long enough to hear them talk about Jesup. What a god awful production this was.I guess Jesup was on their minds as they were going off the deep end as well.
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Keyser S?

Brian Johnston wrote:
Only 71... interesting.


Not based on how he looked as a young man, those jowls of his were insane. It's like he had franks sign on his face, in addition to the facial fat distribution of a 50 year old.Of course the low bodyfat played a roll in how he looked but he still would've looked much older than his age.

And all signs of aging seem to be revealing themselves as risk factors in age adjusted studies.
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