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Lee Priest Vs Nathan De Asha – Trash Talking Muscle Wars

Two bodybuilders who can’t stand each other!

We didn’t see the war between Lee Priest and Nathan De Asha coming but now, it seems it was on between the two bodybuilders. Nathan De Asha has placed within the top ten for the past few Mr. Olympia contests and Lee priest is a bodybuilding legend so it’s sad to see the two go at it (Especially from two different eras.

Apparently, De Asha made a comment along the lines of Priest only winning 3 pro shows while he (De Asha) has won 4. Lee Priest fired back and made a statement along the lines of “people talking s*** about me”.

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Here is the back and forth between the two…

Lee Priest mentioned longevity is important and the fact modern bodybuilders will be forgotten in 30+ years from now.

De Asha didn’t like that and responded with “In 30 years if people only know me as a bodybuilder I’ve achieved nothing”. De Asha also fired back with a “don’t flatter yourself”.

The final messages got a little more heated with De Asha becoming obviously more aggressive, bashing Priest in regards to him being “broke” and calling out his lack of courage to engage in direct confrontation.

The two bodybuilders will have to settle there differences but right now, who knows if the war will end any time soon.

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Matthew Magnante is freelance writer who specializes in all things fitness. He has had a passion for fitness since elementary school and continues to research and learn how to build muscle effectively through training and diet. He also loves to help others to achieve their fitness goals and spread the knowledge where needed. Matthew’s other passions include learning about mindfulness, strolling through nature and having meaningful conversations about life.

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