It has been a year since he was banned from the Games, the last time the world championships were held.
The 40-year-old was due to compete in the finals in Rio de Janeiro in August, but his suspension was overturned on Monday by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Jeff King, the world champion bodybuilder and the undisputed world champion in the sport of bodybuilding, has been on a mission since the start of the year to become the first bodybuilder to ever win gold in the world.
“I’ve been fighting this battle for two years, and I’m not going to stop,” he said.
“If you can’t beat me, then you can beat the best in the game.”
Jeff is hoping to achieve the feat at the Olympics, where he will compete against the likes of Russian Olympic silver medallist Ivan Denisov and American Michael Johnson, and his opponents will include Olympic champion Alexander Ristev.
“In the end, I’m going to be the first to be crowned the world best bodybuilder,” he told the BBC.
“But I also want to get my hands on gold and the Olympics.”
The best bodybuilders in the history of body building have been able to get gold, but I’m hoping to do it in the Olympics.”
It is understood that the IOC has been negotiating with Jeff for the last six months to allow him to compete, but the talks have come to a deadlock.”
I’m just not going anywhere.” “
He has to take them.
I’m just not going anywhere.”
He has previously been contacted by several companies, but Mr King has decided to keep his options open.
“It’s up to the IOC to decide what to do,” he added.
“We’re in the middle of this.
The IOC are in the midst of negotiations.
I don’t know what’s going to happen, but they have a duty to do what they’re supposed to do.”
While Mr King is not the first British athlete to take part in the Games this year, it is the first time the former rugby union star has competed in the event.
The first of his four appearances came in 2012 when he won gold in Berlin.
This year he hopes to add to his tally in Rio by beating the top two finishers in the men’s weight class.
If he does manage to do so, it will be his sixth appearance at the Games.
Jeff has not competed since the 2010 London Games in which he took bronze in the final and was stripped of his silver medal.
He also failed to qualify for the world championship at Beijing in 2013 and failed to medal in Berlin in 2016.