A LEGENDARY bodybuilder who gained Mr Olympia 4 instances has hinted he’s making a comeback a decade after retiring.
Jay Cutler, now 49, earned the nickname “Quad Stomp” as a result of huge dimension of his quad muscle tissues and the enduring pose he struck throughout Mr Olympia in 2009.
Followers went wild when he took to the stage and secured his third Mr Olympia win by stomping his foot to the bottom and tensing his bulging quad muscle tissues.
The bodybuilding champion then walked off with the title the next yr and went on to retire in 2013.
Since then, he has been specializing in his personal diet firm and clothes line.
Now although he has nonetheless saved in form and he just lately recommended he is able to begin competing once more.
He shared an image of himself within the fitness center and confirmed off his biceps and well-known quad muscle tissues.
Jay captioned the put up: “Again like I by no means left,” hinting of a possible comeback.
Followers have been solely too wanting to know if he meant to compete as soon as extra in Mr Olympia.
One individual mentioned: “Holy s**t Fken huge! One other Mr Olympia comeback?!”
One other wrote: “Ok to win the Olympia once more.”
Whereas a 3rd added: “The boy with the legs is again to shred.”
Others thought he could possibly be coaching for the Grasp Olympia which is ready to make a comeback for the primary time in 11 years this summer.
One fan mentioned: “Please do us a favour and compete inOlympia. Everybody would appreciated it.”
Bodybuilding champ Flex Lewis wrote: “Preserve them Grasp Olympia guys guessing big”.
Many followers went on-line to easily commend Jay, who turns 50 this yr, for sustaining his spectacular physique.
One commented: “Nearly 50 years younger and jacked.”
One other added: “Think about being his age and nonetheless wanting larger than many bodybuilders bro.”
Jay hinted he has one thing massive coming within the pipeline.
Simply days earlier he posted one other pic of himself on the fitness center and wrote: “My true journey begins in lower than a month.”