Dexter Jackson made history on Saturday night at the Masters Olympia in Miami, Florida, becoming the first competitor to win Mr. Olympia and Masters Olympia titles in a career. The 43-year-old Jackson, who won his first and only Mr. Olympia in 2008, is the fifth competitor to win a Masters Olympia.
Jackson also won the Pro World Masters last year, before it was changed to the Masters Olympia in 2012.
Toney Freeman competed in his eighth contest since August, but the X-Man showed no signs of wear and tear, finishing in second place. Freeman also finished second behind Jackson at last year’s Pro World Masters.
Dennis James came out of a two-year retirement to compete and placed third. Ed Nunn (4th) and Ronny Rockel (5th) rounded out the top five.