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Brandon Curry Wins Arnold Classic 2022

Brandon curry was able to secure his win 5th of March 2022 in Arnold Classic, So now he is two times Arnold Classic champion.

The Men’s Open bodybuilding was tough and it is considered the second-largest bodybuilding contest after the Olympia, The battle was hard, Especially with William Bonac coming bigger and sharper which many still putting him ahead of Brandon.

Brandon has also won the Arnold Classic 2019 and beat William in both Arnold and Olympia

However, William has won the Arnold Classic 2020 where Brandon has not competed as he was Mr. Olympia

As you know Bonac has already left his former coach Neil Yoda Hill and he is currently following up with “The Diet Doc” Chad Nicholls the coach who also trains Big Ramy and previously Ronnie Coleman

The Final call out had 4 monsters (William Bonac, Brandon Curry, Samson Dauda, Steve Kuclo and Justin Rodriguez) and they were all on top condition specially Justin who added lots of mass recently also Steve Kuclo was on his best shape ever along with Regan Grimes who is already qualified for Olympia 2022

so Far Steve Kuclo and Justin Rodriquez are fighting to get qualified for the Olympia and yet they have not

on the other hand, Nick Walker and Hunter Labrada has not competed

2022 Arnold Classic Results — Men’s Open Bodybuilding

  1. Brandon Curry, $200,000
  2. William Bonac, $120,000
  3. Steve Kuclo, $70,000
  4. Samson Dauda, $37,500
  5. Justin Rodriguez, $20,000
  6. Brett Wilkin, $12,500
  7. Regan Grimes, $2,000
  8. Maxx Charles, $2,000
  9. Fabio Giga Rezende, $2,000


We would like to give a big hand to Brandon on his winning and we would like to know you opinion about the Arnold Classic 2022, do you agree with the ranking?

let us know in the comment section below

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