Ronnie Coleman Net Worth

How much is Ronnie Coleman worth?

Net Worth:$2 Million
Profession:Professional Bodybuilder
Date of Birth:May 13, 1964
Country:United States of America
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About Ronnie Coleman

In the world of bodybuilding, Ronnie Coleman is regarded as one of the greatest—if not the—ever bodybuilders. However, his ascent to the pinnacle of the sport was a difficult and protracted process. Coleman’s quest began when Brian Dobson, the proprietor of Arlington, Texas’ Metroflex Gym, offered him a free membership. Coleman would agree to take the stage, but there was a condition.

Coleman won the 1990 Mr. Texas, his first amateur bodybuilding competition. At the World Amateur Championships the following year, he went on to receive his professional card. Only one year after starting his competitive bodybuilding career, Coleman will turn professional.

American retired professional bodybuilder Ronnie Coleman has an estimated net worth of $2 million dollars, as of 2023.

He made his professional debut in 1992 at the Chicago Pro, where he placed eleventh. Coleman didn’t win a professional competition until 1995. It happened at the 1995 Canada Cup. Following this victory, he competed in contests for the following three years with varying degrees of success, winning a few more circuit shows and finishing outside the top ten in a number of Mr. Olympia competitions.

Coleman put the bodybuilding world on notice after winning the 1998 Toronto Pro and 1998 Night of the Champions and established himself as a serious candidate for the Mr. And ultimately, after eight grueling years of professional bodybuilding competition, he emerged victorious as the ninth Mr. Olympia to ever compete.

Coleman remained unstoppable for the following seven years, winning seven additional Mr. O championships in a row. He also triumphed in the 2000 Arnold Classic. From 1998 until 2005, Gunter Schlierkamp’s victory over him at the 2003 GNC Show of Strength was his lone defeat. This set Coleman on fire, and he entered the next competition, the 2003 Mr. Olympia, with what is perhaps the greatest performance in bodybuilding history. At around 300 pounds and torn to the bone, Coleman entered the stage.

After years of hard training and achievement at the top of his sport, Coleman’s injuries finally caught up with him. Coleman’s left lat appeared to have shrunk at the 2006 Mr. Olympia due to nerve issues in his back. Several other muscle groups were also problematic for him. Of course, Coleman lost to Jay Cutler in 2006. Coleman made a comeback attempt the following year at the 2007 Mr. Olympia but was again unsuccessful, finishing in fourth place.

After suffering two consecutive Olympia losses, Coleman made the decision to end his career as a competitor. He and Lee Haney each won eight Mr. Olympia titles.

Coleman still takes part in guest posings despite no longer competing. Despite his injuries, he has continued training and appears to have kept much of his muscle bulk. His incredibly successful supplement business, Ronnie Coleman Signature Series, keeps him equally as busy. The anticipated value of Ronnie Coleman’s net worth in 2022 is $12 million.

  • 1990 Mr. Texas (1st heavyweight and 1st overall)
  • 1990 NPC Nationals (3rd in heavyweights)
  • 1991 NPC USA Championships (14th heavyweight)
  • 1991 NPC Nationals (4th heavyweight)
  • 1991 World Amateur Championships (1st heavyweight)
  • 1992 IFBB Chicago Pro (11th)
  • 1992 IFBB Night of the Champions (14th)
  • 1992 IFBB Mr. Olympia (16th)
  • 1993 IFBB France Grand Prix (4th)
  • 1993 IFBB Chicago Pro (6th)
  • 1993 IFBB Germany Grand Prix (6th)
  • 1993 IFBB Niagra Falls Pro (6th)
  • 1994 IFBB San Jose Pro (4th)
  • 1994 IFBB Mr. Olympia (15th)
  • 1995 IFBB Canada Cup (1st)
  • 1995 IFBB Houston Pro (6th)
  • 1995 IFBB Toronto Pro (1st)
  • 1995 IFBB Montreal Pro (1st)
  • 1995 IFBB Night of the Champions (3rd)
  • 1995 IFBB Mr. Olympia (11th)
  • 1995 IFBB France Grand Prix (4th)
  • 1995 IFBB Ukraine Grand Prix (3rd)
  • 1995 IFBB Russia Grand Prix (6th)
  • 1996 IFBB Toronto Grand Prix (1st)
  • 1996 IFBB Canada Pro (1st)
  • 1996 IFBB Florida Pro (2nd)
  • 1996 IFBB Night of the Champions (2nd)
  • 1996 IFBB Mr. Olympia (6th)
  • 1997 IFBB Spain Grand Prix (5th)
  • 1996 IFBB Germany Grand Prix (5th)
  • 1996 IFBB England Grand Prix (5th)
  • 1996 IFBB British Grand Prix (5th)
  • 1997 IFBB Iron Man Pro (3rd)
  • 1997 IFBB Arnold Classic (4th)
  • 1997 IFBB San Jose Pro (6th)
  • 1997 IFBB Mr. Olympia (9th)
  • 1997 IFBB Hungary Grand Prix (6th)
  • 1997 IFBB Spain Grand Prix (7th)
  • 1997 IFBB Germany Grand Prix (5th)
  • 1997 IFBB England Grand Prix (5th)
  • 1997 IFBB Czech Grand Prix (4th)
  • 1997 IFBB Finland Grand Prix (3rd)
  • 1997 IFBB Russia Grand Prix (1st)
  • 1998 IFBB Iron Man Pro (9th)
  • 1998 IFBB San Francisco Pro (2nd)
  • 1998 IFBB Toronto Pro (1st)
  • 1998 IFBB Night of the Champions (1st)
  • 1998 IFBB Mr. Olympia (1st)
  • 1998 IFBB Germany Grand Prix (1st)
  • 1998 IFBB Finland Grand Prix (1st)
  • 1999 IFBB Mr. Olympia (1st)
  • 1999 IFBB Joe Weider World Pro (1st)
  • 1999 IFBB England Grand Prix (1st)
  • 2000 IFBB Mr. Olympia (1st)
  • 2000 IFBB Joe Weider World Pro (1st)
  • 2000 IFBB England Grand Prix (1st)
  • 2001 IFBB Arnold Classic (1st)
  • 20001 IFBB Mr. Olympia (1st)
  • 2001 New Zealand Grand Prix (1st)
  • 2002 IFBB Mr. Olympia (1st)
  • 2002 IFBB Holland Grand Prix (1st)
  • 2002 IFBB GNC Show of Strength (2nd)
  • 2003 IFBB Mr. Olympia (1st)
  • 2004 IFBB Mr. Olympia (1st)
  • 2004 IFBB Russia Grand Prix (1st)
  • 2004 IFBB Holland Grand Prix (1st)
  • 2004 IFBB England Grand Prix (1st)
  • 2005 IFBB Mr. Olympia (1st)
  • 2006 IFBB Mr. Olympia (2nd)
  • 2006 IFBB Austria Grand Prix (2nd)
  • 2006 Holland Grand Prix (2nd)
  • 2006 Romania Grand Prix (2nd)
  • 2007 IFBB Mr. Olympia (4th)

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