2. RONNIE COLEMAN
It was the first time it had ever happened: a Mr. Olympia competing in the Arnold prior to defending his title later the same year. When all was said and done, 247-pound Coleman, in what may have been the best condition of his career, had added the one contest his résumé lacked. But the toll of peaking twice almost cost him the Sandow, and it was the last time (thus far) that a reigning Mr. Olympia has thrown his hat into the Arnold ring.