Sure, everyone knows Arnold, but there were 13 other muscle men who have made a name for Mr. Olympia since 1965. Here are all winners and all their very, very big biceps.
Larry Scott (1965-1966)
Known in the weight circles as the "Golden Boy", the 5 & # 7; 7kg muscle men inspired a generation. He also helped to popularize the preacher curl, or what some riders call "Scott Curl" today. 1
Sergio Oliva (1967-1969)
As a teenager, Oliva fought Fidel Castro's army. Later, he served as a police officer in Chicago and was allegedly shot five times by his then wife. It is believed that he has one of the smallest waist measurements of a Mr. Olympian.
Arnold Schwarzenegger (1970-1975, 1980)
A man who needs little beyond his first name, Arnold's career path, led him from a tiny village in Austria to a legendary film career in Hollywood, a governor's chair in California and the claim of every young bodybuilder since
Franco Columbu (1976, 1981)
Italian actor, powerlifter, boxing champion and later chiropractor, Columbu was the first the first Mr. Olympia of the post-Arnold era.
Frank Zane (1977-1979)
When bodybuilding was discovered at age 14 He saw a muscle-building magazine in the garbage bin of his high school mathematics class. Zane formed one of the most proportioned body sizes in the history of the competition.
Chris Dickerson (1982)
The one-time master is also a trained opera singer and the first openly gay Mr. Olympian.
Samir Bannout (1983)
"The Lion of Lebanon," Bannout was open about his use of anabolic steroids that have helped shape one of the most memorable lumbar vertebrae in the history of competition.
Lee Haney (1984-1991)  After earning eight consecutive Mr. Olympia victories (besting Arnold's record), Haney retired at the age of 31. Since then, he has devoted himself to personal training and worked with athletes such as boxer Evander Holyfield.
Dorian Yates (1992-1997)
Yates began powerlifting while serving a juvenile detention center in England. He participated in American competitions in the early 1990s and would dominate Mr. Olympia for most of the decade.
Ronnie Coleman (1998-2005)
At his first Mr. Olympia contest, a former college football player would win eight straight and his 300-pound figure as one of the greatest of all Consolidate times.
Jay Cutler (2006-2007, 2009-2010)
Cutler saved his first gym membership by working in a real family business. After years behind Coleman, he finally broke the king.
Dexter Jackson (2006-2008)
When he first appeared on stage at the age of 21, Jackson was 5'6 "137 pounds. When he dropped off Cutler, Jackson weighed – at that time 39 – 215 pounds.
Phil Heath (2011-2017)
"The Gift" first took part in Mr. Olympia in 2008 and only took another three years before dismissing Jay Cutler. The former College Point Guard defended the title six times in a row.
Shawn Rhoden (2018)
Ever since he began training, Rhoden has gained more than 100 pounds of muscle. Although Rhoden tore nine sinews into his right hand and told him he would never lift himself again, at the age of 43 he became the oldest competitor to win the title of Mr. Olympia.