5/15/2020

OVERLOOKED MOMENTS IN 2019 6

OVERLOOKED COMPETITIVE HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2019
A special report looking back at the competitive scene that we did not cover in the 2019 season 
REPEAL OF NO-PHONES BACKSTAGE RULE LEADS TO SELFIE MANIA!
STUNNING SELFIES: Competitors at the EuroCock 2019 competition immediately took advantage of the repeal of the no-cel-phones backstage rule. 
One of the most onerous to enforce and increasingly controversial rules in the IFNB has been the ban on cel phones backstage. But in a signal of the times, the Federation finally repealed the ban at its annual meeting in 2019. 

The organization had long explained the ban in two ways. The first was that obviously the men who dedicate themselves to pumping their bodies to physical and sexual extremes and put themselves fully nude on public display aren’t just not shy, they DEMAND to be looked at, fawned over and rightfully worshiped by lesser men. The IFNB therefore wanted to keep the backstage sacrosanct, allowing the athletes to prepare and prep in private and keep the performative aspect of naked bodybuilding saved for the stage. Keeping phones away was a way to keep these self-obsessed beasts focused on saving their performances for the judges, and not for the camera. 

The second was more about boring liability issues. As we all know, inflamed enhanced naked athletes are excitable at best, and completely uncontrollable at worst when in a sexual rage pre- and post- competition. The havoc unleashed by dozens of these aroused and agitated beasts, desperate for and ready to physically take any hole they please when surrounded by trainers, assistants, and assorted hanger-on-ers can lead to significant damage and destruction to property large and small. Expensive personal devices were just not something they felt the need to replace. 

But after years and years of protests, they finally relented. The IFNB stated in their announcement though that they still believe that their reasoning was sound, they had tired of the increasing issues with enforcement. “Naked bodybuilder are rightfully self-obsessed, and with the rise of social media as a tool of self-promotion we could no longer stop the proliferation of phones after repeated incidents of increasing violence and extreme sexual abuse against our backstage personnel. We have made the decision to recommend the organization’s governing board repeal the rule banning cellular phones,” read the statement. The vote passed unanimously. 

Almost immediately, a proliferation of selfies started pouring out from the EuroCock 2019 competition, the first international event after the meeting. But then a new set of questions popped up, like where to put the phone since it must not interfere with the rules of complete nudity? I’m sure we’ll see more ideas as time carries on!

WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE REMOVAL OF THE PHONE BAN? BETTER TO SEE MORE OF YOUR FAVORITE BODYBUILDERS? OR IS BACKSTAGE BEST LEFT MYSTERIOUS? 

3 comments:

  1. We know that many competitors embrace the philosophy of living naked all the time. So, it is no problem to carry they cell phone, which is carried in a small folder by the athlete. The situation is resolved.

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  2. The stud on the left, has the biggest flaccid piece of man-meat I have ever seen. I find it hard to imagine what it looks like when it is hard and primed for action. This guy really does have the all-time, defintive anus slayer. I guess he needs specially prepared NBAs for his training routines as I find it hard to believe that anyone could take such a massive fuck-stick up his rectum umprepared.

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  3. The stud on the left ought to be moved to the Freak Category in the preceding shot, with his elephantine soft penis - which needs to get circumcised, by the way - which is already bigger than most guys' erect meat. And then there are those absurdly overdeveloped thigh muscles. especially the outer one,the Vastus lateralis, which together make his leg look like some mutant out of a horror movie. Ugh!!!!

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