King of Bodybuilding, Ronnie Coleman Reminisces His Rare Cameo in $102 Million Earning Film From When He Was a 300lbs Monster

The King of Bodybuilding, Ronnie Coleman, has served the realm of the sport for decades with his significant contributions and accolades. Winning the title of Mr. Olympia eight times in a row, he undoubtedly has solidified his reputation as one of the best bodybuilders. 

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Even at the age of 59, he continues to be an inspiration for millions of people out there. Well, Coleman has not only been an inspiration off-screen but has also served as a significant idol in certain fictional scripts. The King goes about reminiscing about one such Cameo.

Ronnie Coleman revisits a significant cameo in John Q

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Ronnie Coleman recently took to his official Instagram account @ronniecoleman8 and shared a clip from the superhit 2002 film John Q, where the protagonist’s son Michael, who is in dire need of a heart transplant, has only one dream. He aspired to become a world-famous bodybuilder, just like Ronnie Coleman.

The King made a wonderful edit out of the clip, and compiled it with his on-stage presence at the various Mr. Olympia stages and also added some videos of him posing as a professional bodybuilder with just the right background music. He captioned it,That time I made a Cameo in the John Q Movie 2002 🎬”.

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Well, Ronnie Coleman’s journey to become the best has been absolutely epic, and in order to present it to his followers, a documentary was made on the legendary bodybuilder.

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Ronnie Coleman’s emotional yet inspiring documentary 

Ronnie Coleman has a documentary released based on his journey to becoming the King of bodybuilding and it was rightly named – ‘The King’. The movie showcases the chronicles of Coleman’s life and also his childhood, and teenage days, way before he even thought about becoming a professional. It takes the audience through the pain and inspiration of being the best in the world.

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The King had always been athletic ever since his school and college days. He would excel at any sport he tried his hands at. This made him stand out in American football, track and field, and almost everything. However, Coleman’s only fate was bodybuilding, and it was, in his attempt to get into the NBA, that he took it up, and well, that’s how he became The King of the sport. What are your thoughts on Ronnie Coleman’s journey? Let us know in the comments section below!

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