Top 10 best bodybuilder in the world all times

Some of bodybuilders wins many Olympia tittles and reach on the top10 in bodybuilder. However some of bodybuilder had no wins tittles than also they are on the top list. I am going to tell you who are the on top and why?

1. Flex Wheeler 

 Flex wheeler was  Olympia champs a total of three times. He won the Arnold Classic a record four times and was once described by Arnold Schwarzenegger as one of the greatest bodybuilders he had ever seen. Ronnie Coleman also believe that Flex wheeler is the best bodybuilder in the world.

Flex fans also consider to him on the top from all bodybuilder. Flex Wheeler had the best midsection in the game and a chiseled body to go along with it. He had it all- size, mass, definition, proportion, and symmetry.

2. Ronnie Coleman 

Ronnie Coleman build new record of bodybuilding with a contest weight of around 300 pounds – something few bodybuilders achieve. He won 26 titles in his career, including 8 Mr. Olympia’s, Ronnie also considered one of the strongest bodybuilders ever.

At the beginning of his career, Coleman’s physique had it all, including mass and detail, especially on his back. The size of the muscle and symmetry he displayed on his back is still unparalleled today.

3. Arnold Schwarzenegger 

There is no doubt that Arnold is on the top list of the most famous bodybuilders of all time. But, in physicality, Schwarzenegger wouldn’t be able to compete with today’s standards. In fact, most bodybuilders since the early 1990s show better conditioning and mass than Schwarzenegger displayed when competing.

That said, the Austrian-born bodybuilder, actor, and politician has a very impressive record. Schwarzenegger was the youngest Mr. Universe at just 20 years old. And, he won countless titles over the years, including a further four Mr. Universe titles and seven Mr. Olympia titles


4. Phil Heath 

Phil heath won 7 Mr. Olympia,  from 2011 to 2017 until he was dethroned by Shawn Rhoden this year.

Phil heath has nicknamed ‘The Gift’, Heath has a near-perfect structure, featuring a tiny waist, huge delts, and chiseled abs. While some dismiss his form as being ‘too narrow’, others consider his physique to be one of the best in the world of bodybuilding.


5. Dorian Yates  

The six-time Mr. Olympia is arguably one of the best bodybuilders of all time for many fans.

Beyond his achievements and some of the most granite-hard conditioning in bodybuilding, Yates’ work ethic makes him famous in his fans. With a machine-like focus to training, Yates dedicated himself to working out 365 days a year, with intense and brutal routines.

And, many say it’s thanks to this dedication that he was able to compete and win, in a golden era of more genetically-blessed competitors, such as Ronnie Coleman and Paul Dillet.

6. Lee Haney  

Lee Haney is the only bodybuilder to ever win Mr. Olympia and never lose his title. Retiring after a record eight consecutive wins, some say Haney bowed out of bodybuilding as he knew he was about to lose to Dorian Yates.

Haney was the first bodybuilder to offer both size and conditioning. With his 250-pound frame, Haney was bigger than all of his competitors. And yet, he displayed razor-sharp definition and incredible eight-pack abs every time.

7. Dexter Jackson 

Nicknamed ‘The Blade’ for his razor-sharp cuts and precise conditioning, Dexter Jackson is famed for the deepest set of abs in bodybuilding.As well as holding a record-setting 28 IFBB professional bodybuilding titles, Jackson has won the Arnold Classic five times – more than any other bodybuilder.

He’s also competed in 19 Mr. Olympia contests. And, after finishing in the top four for several years, Jackson finally tasted victory when he won the contest in 2008. The age of 51. Despite placing 16th, fans and athletes alike agreed he was the true champion of the competition.



 Shawn Ray defined proportion and balance. It is mind boggling to think he didn’t win one Mr. Olympia title with a body like that. His vision to win audiences over with artistic display and proportion has been lost to the “mass” appeal despite his numerous top 5 place finishes in the Olympias. Known for his talkative mouth and open views, Shawn Ray had a career that ranks among the most impressive in bodybuilding’s history. However, he just was not able to place the Sandow on his mantle. He was packed with a ton of muscle mass, enough to rival any competitor, but moved audiences with his symmetry. He was very unique bodybuilder in bodybuilding, and one that is even more scarce now.

 9. Kevin Levrone    

Considered by many as the most underrated bodybuilder of all time, Kevin Levrone consistently impressed fans with his incredible arms and delts, along with a chiseled midsection.

Although he’s won over 23 pro show titles, he’s never garnered the coveted Mr. Olympia title. But, the ‘Uncrowned King of Mr. Olympia’ decided to take another shot at the title in 2016 when he made his comeback at the age of 51. Despite placing 16th, fans and athletes alike agreed he was the true champion of the competition

10.Frank Zane    

When referring to leanness, we use the term “Zanelike” in bodybuilding. As such, anyone who has a name that is synonymous with bodybuilding deserves to crack the top 10 of this list. If there is one person that gym-goers would choose to look like, it would be Frank Zane. At only 190 pounds, he was as aesthetically pleasing to the eye as you can get and didn’t look like a grotesque bulky bodybuilder that much of the sport has reckoned with in today’s times due to heavy drugs and a reliance on mass to win bodybuilding titles.

Frank Zane had such an incredible physique that he even beat Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 1968 IFBB Mr. Universe at a deficit of some 60 pounds. Zane concentrated on stellar lines and attention to detail to beat jaw-dropping mass and was one of the few to ever pull it off. He garnered three straight Olympia titles by out-conditioning the competition and changed the bodybuilding sport forever, being able to win at only 185 pounds with 18″ arms but an unprecedented 29″ waist. If there was ever a guy who had a V-Taper, it was Frank Zane.