Aug 30, 2010

Mark Dugdale: 2010 and 2003

Six weeks out from the Detroit 202 weighing 226lbs, Mark "I Love Jesus" Dugdale in the first of a proposed series of video blogs from NutrexResearch:



But let's now look back (like I like to sometime do, especially with Dugdale it seems) at the man back before he was pro in 2003, weighing 195lbs at the 2003 USA Championships where he placed 3rd in the light-heavies:




These images are from USAMuscle.

7 comments:

Cochinolo said...

I love Jesus, haha. That cracks me up. Modest Mark. He should be thanking only himself for accomplishing such physique. I'm still loving that bald look.

Anonymous said...

What's with the derisive "I love Jesus" remark? So Dugdale is religious and doesn't care who knows it. There are worse things to be -- as some men eagerly demonstrate.

Anonymous said...

It's great to see him show his faith and love of Jesus! It's nice to see a big man show gratitude for the gifts he has been given -- and to see how far he has taken those gifts through hard work. I hope however he also has respect and gratitude for the gay men who have helped support his career by purchasing DVDs and supporting sites like this. His faith and tolerance (if he really knows who some of his fans are) shouldn't be incompatible.

Anonymous said...

Yes, its wonderful to see people advertise their irrationality on a T-Shirt. If he believed in Zeus, Wotan or Marduk, people would say he's nuts. But Jesus gets a free pass. Sad really, he should thank himself for his own accomplishments, not his imaginary friend.

Cochinolo said...

I completely agree with Anonymous (08/30/2010 7:35 AM)

Anonymous said...

I believe he would look good getting fucked in his big muscle butt.

Anonymous said...

The hate Jesus brigade is out in force.

Au contraire "Anonymous on 8/30/10 7:35am.

People wouldn't care if his short said "I love Zeus" or some other nonsense, but they sure get up in arms with Jesus. Not THAT is the definition of irrational. Stings doesn't it. Look into Jesus if you dare.

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