The IFNB (International Federation of Naked Bodybuilding) is the worldwide competitive organization for bodybuilders who possess fantastical levels of masculine form, attitude, muscle and power.

It's a world where the most massive muscle imaginable merges with reality-defying, gigantic cocks and then becomes real right before your eyes! Bodybuilder fantasies of arrogant, over-endowed muscle-men – eager to show off their amazing bodies for devoted fans – become a reality here. The IFNB is where the line between imagination and reality blurs via imagery and words . . .

Official IFNB rules require complete nudity and mandatory cum shots during judged competitive bodybuilding posing.

In this blog we cover those IFNB competitions and events. Posts include onstage pics, pumproom shots, and exciting nude bodybuilding stories and reports, as well as hard-dicked posing, naked gym training, IFNB competitor nude bodybuilding lifestyles, and much more.

5/29/2016

IFNB 2016 ANACONDA SOUTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 21

HEAVYWEIGHT SHUT OUT: NUMERICALLY 
IMPOSSIBLE FOR HEAVIES TO BREAK TOP 10
AMAZING, BUT NOT CHAMPIONS:  Pro heavyweight Paolo Delmon (left) earned second place in the sixth round while
Jaime "Junior" Fallas came in first in the heavies for that Final round, yet neither men are numerically positioned
to break the top ten in the finals.  They go into the Sixth Finals knowing there is no way to hit the top ranks.

For every mass of flexing, thick muscle you see, you know there is an alpha out there with more beef and a bigger cock.  Which is hard to believe when you saw the Heavyweights in the Anaconda.  But this fact is proven true by the fact that currently, after the Fifth Round of Finals, there are no Heavyweight competitors likely to land in the top 10 spots in the Final Overalls.

The scoring in naked bodybuilding is a complex system of progressive scores, combined and recombined, to create a constantly shifting race.  This is why so many rounds of competition have evolved over the decades, yet also why sometimes you get a competitor in a smaller class nudging high in the final ranks at a pro show.  At this year's Anaconda, fans have thrilled watching last yea'r champion Raul Rubenez gradually climb ahead in the ranks.  And while Rubenez himself will most likely not win this year, his scores are looking solid to land him in the top ten – which means he is bumping other competitors out of that coveted final circle.

This is especially frustrating to heavyweight Jaime Fallas – aka "Junior" Fallas – who competed in the 2015 Anaconda as a super heavyweight, but this year dieted down and moved down a class to heavyweight.  His package was shredded and amazingly lean – which helped him win four of the past five Heavyweight Final rounds.  However, even with this twins, competitors in other classes are simply that much better in the scoring, leaving an amazing and thick-cocked alpha like Fallas out of the highest spots.

"With the way I see men obsessed with my amazing hole-destroyer, it is frustrating that my thick cock couldn't help pull me higher in the scores" Junior told us.  "I came in with the risk of being smaller but tighter, and knew my amazing muscle and cuts could keep me high in the Heavyweights, as opposed to last year where I was a smaller Superheavyweight. But I worked hard to bring my cock thickness and cum game up to compensate for my smaller on-stage package.  Now I wonder if I would have been better staying as a superheavyweight!"

Currently, there are no athletes in either the heavyweight or lightweight classes that are positioned to break top ten.  There is one middleweight – Peter Ellon – who has the numbers to break the lower end of the top ten overalls, and Felipe NEvos looks solid for the middle of the heat.  The rest of thew positions in the top ten will most likely end up among super heavyweights and megaweights.

DO YOU THINK FALLAS SHOULD HAVE STAYED LARGER TO MATCH HIS FAT DONG?
DO YOU MIND THAT IT'S THE BIG, BEASTLY MUSCLE THAT SEEMS TO BE DOMINATING THE HIGHER SCORES AT THE ANACONDA?

3 comments:

  1. “The scoring in naked bodybuilding is a complex system of progressive scores, combined and recombined, to create a constantly shifting race"

    The above, my dear Editors, are your words verbatim and as a result none of us understands how the scoring works. You make it sound akin to recombinant DNA problems. So please, fans,, don't let this latest piece of verbal obfuscation give rise to another never ending inquest, which is as futile as asking how long is a piece of string. Frankly my guess is that the editors don’t know either and make it up as they go along. But who the hell gives a fuck? Well some fans clearly do in view of the discussion about the subject of scoring

    My view is it does not matter, we are regaled with excellent pics of luscious naked BBs ’ with magnificent cocks, (no less than 20 pics in this Anaconda series) so just let's all sit back and enjoy the blog. The editors for all their obscure explanations do a great job,

    Frankly I cannot remember, with all the foreign names, if we have seen either these two studs before but they both look great. It's a nice juicy cum shot so just let's enjoy it. And yes, Cockwatcher, before you start, I appreciate that their cocks could be better. but who give a fuck it's a nice shot, with all its faults.

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    1. A piece of string can be measured. At least it can in the real world, put perhaps in the fantasy world of the IFNB it can't. Maybe the IFNB is a world without rulers and measuring tapes. But if that's the case, how do they measure the cocks?

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  2. I think Fallas looks pretty amazing here – I love his balance and symmetry. I personally like to see a really balanced physique, with a very good and aesthetic combination of big, lean muscle and big, hard (but not obscenely oversized) cock to match. Hairless, with nice balls and good striations and tight posing. Fallas seems to have all this, but there are also other great men out there showing their stuff, so you have to be the best if you want to make it. His more conservative approach worked against him in the more aggressive and over the top energy the megaweight pros are bringing to the game. Plus, there’s something that really turns me off when a supposed Alpha man spends his time whining and complaining. Oh well, good luck to Fallas on the next competitions.

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