The race started out really close, but Heinz Ollesch eventually got the lead — based on emails, comments, and poll (76-96). You guys have “woofen” loud and clear, so here are more photos of your favorite strongman musclebear…
And, gawrsh, I’m like 0-for-3 on these weekly polls! 😛
This great photo and many others are from this site
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Today’s Two Woofy Tuesday theme is “Strongest Men.” It completely pains me to pit two spectacularly handsome strongmen together, but I am a cruel and unjust blogger. So, today, I pose this most difficult question: “Do you pick the strongman musclechub, Phil Martin, or the strongman musclebear, Heinz Ollesch?”
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Bassbassboomboom (love that name), the owner of the Real_Thick Yahoo Group, has a fantastic YouTube page filled with all manners of brutes, beasts, oxes, behemoths, and other mythic ginormous giants. There’s not a lot of videos yet as he had just started. Anyway, he had just uploaded a short Heinz Ollesch video clip that loops on for about a minute. This man definitely knows what I want to see. And if YouTube one day adds a “loop” feature, I would always have to thank guys like Bassbassboomboom for knowing exactly what I want to ogle at — with no interruptions (hey, I’m quick). -_^
FUN FACT: Heinz Ollesch appears as a musclebound bad guy in Tony Jaa’s Tom Yum Goong (The Protector). Heinz throws an elephant as though it was a pillow. See for yourself…
Anyway, here are some oldies but goodies photos of the massive Heinz Ollesch…
Flemming Rasmussen was one of my earliest crushes when I first discovered the World’s Strongest Man Competitions. Heinz Ollesch, Gerrit Badenhorst, Jamie Reeves, Lars Hedlund, Bruce Wilhelm, Henning Thorsen, and of course, Bill Kazmaier were also part of my Strongmen fantasies. I love Flemming’s physique as he’s more of a musclechub than a musclebear. Not that musclechubs are better than musclebears or anything. Well, er, how about a test?
Who is the sexiest of the two? Heinz or Flemming?
World’s Strongest Man competitor, Heinz Ollesch, flexes his biceps after an Atlas Stones event.