Flex Lewis shares some unfortunate news due to injury.

It appears that seven-time 212 Olympia champion James “Flex” Lewis is out of the 2020 Olympia. "I had been training really hard and I felt good - 10 days though, and in just a couple of days my bad knee got really stiff and it was worse than when it first happened," Fabian Longo † sits holds his breath on where the injury occurred and the reasons why were just revealed on the Creative Gym podcast. "I couldn't lift any more, I couldn't really move and now I have to essentially take time off my pro career at the age of 26. That was a really hard decision for me to have to make but I have a great group of people supporting me. I feel like we are shaping up to have a great year. I think we are going to do 3 European Defenseless... read moreshine contests this year. I have a new sparring partner and I'm looking forward to go to Hawaii in December and to trying to hit another legend like Zane [Quinn]. "I will be back stronger than ever, having pushed myself to this point, knowing that I have the support of thousands of fans and professional coaches," concludes Lewis, responding to rumors he has injured ligaments on his knee. You can listen to the podcast here‹‹‹‹

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