There's not much we haven't seen backstage and on stage of bodybuilding competitions.
From weird fad tricks that bodybuilders do in the moments leading up to them stepping on stage, to contestants passing out from lack of nutrition.
The following bodybuilder set a precedent we're yet to see. He slapped one of the judges who evidently thought he wasn't good enough to win the competition.
He slapped him back into the 90s. Question is, was it justified? From first glance it looks like a reaction that shouldn't happen in ANY scenario, but we know how much corrupt politics goes on in bodybuilding too.
Comments on the video are quick to defend the bodybuilder - claiming that this is the result of contestants being fed up with politics. What are your thoughts?