2024 New York Pro: Full Preview & How To Watch

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Here is a full breakdown of the upcoming New York Pro!

The 2024 New York Pro will take place on Saturday at the Marriott at Glenpointe in Teaneck, NJ. There will be a total of nine divisions from the IFBB Pro League competing on stage for one of the most prestigious prizes in all of bodybuilding.

The New York Pro is widely regarded as the third biggest show of the year, behind only the Olympia and Arnold Classic. Tonio Burton will return to defend his title from 2023 against a loaded lineup in the Men’s Open division.


How to Watch The 2024 New York Pro

If you are unable to make it to New Jersey to catch all of the action, there will be a live stream available for purchase here.

FitXImagery will offer a live stream of the action, which will become available on Thursday afternoon for the price of $34.95. A link will be sent to those who purchase within 24 hours of the start of the show. It will be available for one device and all sales are final.

2024 New York Pro Schedule

  • 8am: Prejudging A – Men’s 212, Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Women’s Physique, Wellness
  • 12pm: Prejudging B – Men’s Open, Women’s Bodybuilding, Figure, Bikini
  • 5pm: Finals A – Men’s 212, Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Women’s Physique, Wellness
  • 8pm: Finals B – Men’s Open, Women’s Bodybuilding, Figure, Bikini

Men’s Open Lineup & Contenders

  • Kristoffer Berner
  • Tim Budesheim
  • Tonio Burton
  • Volodymyr Byruk
  • Angel Calderon Frias
  • Marc Arthur Dautruchee
  • Jonarthur Duncan
  • Quinton Eriya
  • Martin Fitzwater
  • Ethan Grossman
  • Harry Harris
  • Dorian Haywood
  • Kille Kujala
  • Josef Kveton
  • Emir Omeragic
  • Justin Luis Rodriguez 
  • Milan Sadek
  • Stuart Sutherland
  • Nick Walker
  • Krystian Wolski
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Nick Walker

Nick Walker is officially returning to the stage. Walker suffered a hamstring injury that kept him out of the 2023 Olympia. Many thought that he would have contended for the title but was unable to take the stage. Now, he will look to qualify for the 2024 Olympia and make improvements to fight for this year’s crown. Walker is considered the favorite to win the New York Pro this weekend but will be challenged by a strong group of competitors.

Quinton Eriya

Quinton Eriya competed at both the Texas and Tampa Pro competitions in 2022. He finished in the top five in each show before deciding to take a hiatus from competition. Eriya decided to focus on recovery and improvement and now, he is ready to show off his progress. Eriya has appeared on stage as a guest poser during different events over the last year and feels ready to compete again.

Tonio Burton

Tonio Burton will return to the New York Pro stage to defend his title. He made the jump from 212 in 2022 and impressed with his incredible mass. Burton is no longer a surprise in Men’s Open after his victory last year in Teaneck. He competed in the Olympia in back-to-back years and highlighted it with an eighth-place finish in 2023. Burton finished as the runner-up during the Arnold Classic Brazil and will look to make an impact on a familiar stage this year.

Stuart Sutherland

In 2022, Sutherland won the 2022 NPC USA Championships before competing in the Tampa Pro, where he finishes seventh. Sutherland has been sharing physique updates and does not seem to have many weak points. Last year, he finished as the runner-up to Burton at the New York Pro before a fourth-place finish at the California State Pro. Sutherland is still looking to qualify for his first Olympia competition. He is considered a dark-horse at this year’s event.

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Martin Fitzwater

Martin Fitzwater won the Detroit Pro back in April and qualified for his first-ever Olympia. He earned his Pro Card in 2020 after three years of competing. Fitzwater immediately impress with size and conditioning. He finished second to Andrew Jacked during the 2022 Texas Pro before going up against him at the Arnold Classic UK the same year. Now, Fitzwater will get a chance to measure himself against the best in the world but first, he will compare himself against the likes of Walker on the NY Pro stage.

2024 New York Pro Full Roster

Men’s 212

  • Athanasios Attilakos
  • Kerrith Bajjo
  • Francisco Barrios Vik
  • Tristen Escolastico
  • Luiz Esteves
  • Scott Fogelsonger
  • Jordan Gomes
  • Nicholas Jackson
  • Jason Joseph
  • Oleh Kryvyi
  • Karol Malecki
  • Fabricio Moreira
  • Valentin Petrov
  • Aaron Polites
  • Sung Il Ryu
  • Lucas Silva Coelho
  • Giuseppe Christian Zagarella


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Classic Physique

  • Angel Bajana
  • Tony Barhoum
  • Maurice Burgess
  • Thomas Connelly
  • Shane Cullen
  • Camilo Diaz
  • Luzas Gianinni
  • Matthew Greggo
  • Jorge Luis Guerrero Gallegos
  • Keith JenkinsShicheng Jin
  • Dmytro Krazhan
  • Eric Lisboa
  • Robert Mazzara
  • Cleef Metellus
  • Eugene Nagashina
  • Matt Orchard
  • Bradley Pfeifer
  • Jacob Robichaux
  • Kenneth Silcott
  • Adam Thomas
  • Jerark Toribio Perez
  • Cameron Watson


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Men’s Physique

  • Philip Acevedo
  • Laquintin Alston
  • Ali Bilal
  • Nur Irfan Bin Ahmad
  • Vitor Chaves
  • Jordan Clark
  • Jeremy Coleman
  • Andrew David
  • Jimmy Decius-Norius
  • Fabian Feber
  • Andre Ferguson
  • Maxim Golovatii
  • Aaron Harvey
  • Tunde Hassan
  • Jarrett Jenkins
  • Missael Leija
  • Tom McNamara
  • Gage Moran
  • Edvan Palmeira
  • Alessio Sbizzera
  • Raphael Souza
  • Alcides Vera III
  • Vinicius Mateus Viera Lima

Women’s Bodybuilding

  • Leyvina Rodrigues Barros
  • Gina Cavaliera
  • Ashley Lynnette Jones
  • Keisha Oliver
  • Maria Monica Vega
  • Jeanie Welker


  • Jossie Alarcon
  • Maria Luis Baeza Diaz Pereira
  • Danielle Barros
  • Jessica Bowers
  • Caeleigh Bowman
  • Melissa Brodsky
  • Thais Cabrices-Werner
  • Lauren Calderoni
  • Gabriela Consolmagno
  • Roberta Das Chagas
  • Maude Exantus
  • Emily Hammond
  • Ali Heisler
  • Ashley Howells
  • Latoya Johnson
  • Jeanne Kassel
  • Ashley Lakomowski
  • Caroline Leticia Zawadzki
  • Georgina Lona
  • Daniella Means
  • Sokum Ouk
  • Nina Paulus
  • Valerie Ratelle
  • Serena Salis
  • Lia Taylor
  • Maria Wattel
  • Aksana Yukhno


  • Verushqa Andrade
  • Shantal Barros
  • Aimee Leann Delgado
  • Valeria Fedorenko
  • Vanessa Guzman
  • Ashley Marie Lee
  • Vanesa Ocana
  • Janet Ortega
  • Huyen Person
  • Sharon Ramos
  • Lisa Reith
  • Luciana Santos

Women’s Physique

  • Josefa Paloma Barba Bedolla
  • Jessica Falborn
  • Nadia Henriquez
  • Sheronica Henton
  • Jessica Hufstetler
  • Marika Jones
  • Yuna Kim
  • Angela Noury
  • Julia Schrade


  • Elisa Alcantara
  • Juliane Almeida
  • Debora Azzarello
  • Edna Ferreira De Souza
  • Melitza Guerrero
  • Sheila Guidry
  • Emily King
  • Chen Qi Liu
  • Giselle Machado
  • Kelly Purcell
  • Lorena Ragusa
  • Fernanda Rodrigues
  • Shavonne Tedstone
  • Minju Yoon

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