Dallas McCarver, a popular bodybuilder known as "Big Country", has died after he reportedly choked on food. McCarver had previously spoken to Brooke over the phone before beginning his meal, then was found unconscious later after a friend came by to check on him.
First responders brought McCarver to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead. "Goodbye", before making dinner, Brooke said.
McCarver had worked out before in the day on Monday and appeared to be doing fine and dandy ... no indications of a medicinal issue while hitting a chest press with 160 lbs dumbbells.
McCarver had a wellbeing alarm back in March when he fallen in front of an audience at the 2017 Arnold Classic Australia ... be that as it may, he seemed, by all accounts, to be improving as of late.
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McCarver, at 21, was 6-feet, 1-inch and 300 pounds when he began building - and winning titles in - his bodybuilding career. The incident went viral and alarmed many viewers, though McCarver and his coach later explained that the tough competitor was battling an upper respiratory infection and pushed himself a little too hard training, dieting and dehydrating for the event, which caught up to him all at once during prejudging.
We're still waiting on the exact cause of death, as the official biopsy and obituary have yet to be posted.
Last year, McCarver took 8th at the 2016 Mr. Olympia competition, and has built a huge Instagram following with 470k fans. But for now, it's believed that McCarver passed by choking on food.