2023 Arnold Classic Men’s Physique Results

Erin Banks wins Men’s Physique at the 2023 Arnold Classic!

The Men’s Physique division took the stage for the 2023 Arnold Classic final on Saturday night. This group featured some of the top athletes in the world and in the end, Erin Banks reigned supreme and was able to win the Men’s Physique title during the event!

It was quite a year for Erin Banks in 2022. He began the season with a victory at the 2022 Arnold Classic and was looking to defend his title. He followed it up with an Olympia title in December, reaching the pinnacle of the division. He entered the weekend with hopes of making it back-to-back titles in Columbus.

Banks was able to take down Brandon Hendrickson during the Olympia but the former Olympia champ did not make an appearance at the Arnold. He was tested by Diogo Montenegro and former champion Antoine Witherspoon.

The Men’s Physique division continues to be a strong one at the top with more and more competitors vying for titles in recent years. The full results from the show have been announced. Below, check out who was crowned champion and how the full breakdown went during the 2023 Arnold Classic!

2023 Arnold Classic Men’s Physique Results

  • First Place – Erin Banks
  • Second Place – Diogo Montenegro
  • Third Place – Emanual Hunter
  • Fourth Place – Vitor Chaves
  • Fifth Place – Carlos DeOliveria
  • Sixth Place – Edvan Ferreira Palmeria

Previous Winners

  • 2022: Erin Banks
  • 2020: Andre Ferguson
  • 2019: Andre Ferguson
  • 2018: Andre Ferguson
  • 2017: Ryan Terry
  • 2016: Brandon Hendrickson
  • 2015: Sadik Hadzovic

Official Score Card

2023 Arnold Classic Results & Schedule


Prejudging (12:30pm-2pm)

Finals (7pm-9:30pm)


Prejudging (10am-Noon)

Finals (7pm-10pm)

Generation Iron Fitness Network will provide coverage of the full Arnold Classic event including pre-judging reports, analysis, and results updates. Stay tuned to Generation Iron and visit our official 2023 Arnold Classic coverage hub right here!

Greg Patuto
Greg has covered the four major sports for six years and has been featured on sites such as Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, SB Nation, NJ.com, and FanSided. Now, he is transitioning into the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.