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Mr. Olympia 2020 Classic Physique Results: A Showdown for the Ages

December 20, 2020

Mr. Olympia 2020 Classic Physique Results: A Showdown for the Ages

Featured Image Credit: Wittmannphoto via @MrOlympiaLLC

For the fourth consecutive year, Jacked Factory athlete and reigning Mr. Olympia 2019 Classic Physique champion Chris Bumstead saw himself in yet another showdown with the likes of Breon Ashley at the finals of the Mr. Olympia 2020 Classic Physique contest. After dethroning Breon last year by just one point on the final scorecard, Chris Bumstead knew his longstanding rival wasn’t throwing in the towel anytime soon.

Breon and Chris shared several heated exchanges at the Mr. Olympia 2020 Press Conference leading up to the Classic Physique finals, as Breon felt confident he brought the better overall package this year.


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The always-charismatic C-Bum jokingly mentioned that his mustache is even thicker this year, but Breon was clearly not in a mood for humor, responding, “It’s no mustache, it’s no ‘fro, it’ll be straight up physique…”

Nevertheless, Chris was as poised and earnest as ever, noting that he would not have his smile back until he was the champ (again). Bumstead also felt like he truly found his groove this year, which may be due in part to 8x Mr. Olympia Phil Heath giving him some advice throughout 2020.

The excitement only increased as the weekend went on, as both men brought their best physiques to the stage. But would Breon Ashely be able to reclaim the title? Or did C-Bum take the crown home for the second year in a row?

Final Results for Mr. Olympia Classic Physique 2020


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Ultimately, Chris Bumstead emerged victorious at the Mr. Olympia 2020 finals and is now the repeat Mr. Olympia Classic Physique champion!

Perhaps the more surprising result of the final outcomes was that Breon Ashley came in third place behind the likes of runner-up Terrence Ruffin.

In 2015, C-Bum won the overall in bodybuilding Junior Canadian Nationals, and in 2016 he earned his IFBB pro card as the overall Bodybuilding Heavyweight Champion at the IFBB North American Championships at just 21 years of age. After turning pro, Bumstead switched to the Classic Physique division and finished in second place behind Breon Ashley in his first two years — 2017 and 2018 — of the Mr. Olympia competition. Now it appears that Chris has a new competitor on his tail: Terrence Ruffin.

2020 Mr. Olympia Classic Physique Final Standings

1. Chris Bumstead
2. Terrence Ruffin
3. Breon Ansley
4. Alex Cambronero
5. Ryan Jones

The official score cards for the 2020 Mr. Olympia Classic Physique have not been posted just yet, but stay tuned to the JF blog and we will update this article once they are available.

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