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    Default Leroy Colbert has died at 82

    For the last couple weeks if I'm correct Leroy has been at the hospital because he fell pretty hard in his apartment and really started to bleed profusely according to yorkieloverfitness* the youtube channel Leroy was on and a good friend of Leroy's. I figured I would do the honors and give a good word about his name because he has taught me some great things about bodybuilding from actual training, nutrition to history. So...heres to you Mr. colbert. First man to build 21inch biceps drug free. first african american to be on the cover of muscle and fitness if im correct as well.BodyBuilding12.jpgunnamed.jpg
    That's what she said -Michael Scott-

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    Nice, old time physique. Seemed entertaining at times on YT.

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    RIP

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    RIP

    Interesting dude, said some crazy things only old people can get away with but we still love him.
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    RIP Leroy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRON DWARF View Post
    RIP Larry
    I meant Leroy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeForemanRules View Post
    RIP

    Interesting dude, said some crazy things only old people can get away with but we still love him.

    We say the same about you.

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    RIP, I still remember the little ads in FLEX mag with his image.
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    Never met him but appreciate his contributions to the sport
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    Great physique, good guy from all I heard about him, RIP

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRON DWARF View Post
    We say the same about you.
    glad to be in good company.

    Leroy was one of my customers back in 1999-2005 when I sold supplements. He was a very nice man, always treated people in his store with great respect.
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    RIP...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeForemanRules View Post
    RIP

    Interesting dude, said some crazy things only old people can get away with but we still love him.
    Exemple please?

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    I'm sure he did a lot of work for Weider in the early early days. Was he not in fact the first black guy to get a cover? He had nothing but good stuff to say about Joe.
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