22 Jun ‘RONNIE COLEMAN: THE KING’ IS THE NUMBER ONE DOCUMENTARY IN THE UNITED STATES
Ronnie Coleman: The King has landed at #1 on the US Documentary iTunes charts.
The first ever authorized documentary about the legendary career of Ronnie Coleman – titled Ronnie Coleman: The King – has just hit digital VOD today on June 22, 2018. And it looks like the fans have been long awaiting this kind of feature film treatment for the greatest bodybuilder of all time. According to the iTunes US documentary charts the film has landed at #1 at the time of this writing.
Ronnie Coleman is an American pro bodybuilder who holds the world record for most Mr. Olympia wins in the history of the sport. This is shared with Lee Haney at eight Mr. Olympia trophies. He is known to many fans as the greatest bodybuilder to ever live – bringing in the biggest physical size ever seen on stage while maintaining a dry and conditioned physique.
This did all come at a cost. Ronnie Coleman has now undergone over 7 major surgeries on his spine and hips. He is in constant pain and cannot walk without the aid of a walker. Ronnie Coleman: The King chronicles not only his legendary career – but the final month before his most recent surgery to showcase the sacrifice Ronnie gave to become the best of all time.
Ronnie Coleman: The King is one of many bodybuilding documentaries produced by the Generation Iron Network – with other titles including Generation Iron 1 & 2, CT Fletcher: My Magnificent Obsessions, and Kai Greene: Believe.
The number one ranking on the iTunes charts showcases the growing focus and obsession with health in the United States – as chain gyms, work at home YouTube channels, and a variety of supplement and diet plans compete for dominance in the market.
Ronnie Coleman: The King is available now on iTunes and can be purchased right here.