Arnold Classic 2020: Who to Look Out For in the Classic Physique Competition

These Classic Physique competitors are some of the best in the division.

The Arnold Classic 2020 is upon us and the competitors are looking ripped and ready to prove themselves on the posing stage. The Arnold Classic Physique competition will feature some of the best competitors in the division, all of whom bring their own unique strengths to the table and could potentially become champion.

Heading into the Arnold Classic 2020 here are a few competitors that you should keep your eye on when they step on stage under the bright lights.

Rickey Moten

Acquitting himself well in his first Arnold Classic appearance back in 2019, Rickey Moten has the potential to break into the top three at this year’s show. He has added some much needed size to his frame since the 2019 show and with the right posing and presentation, Rickey Moten could potentially establish himself as an up and coming threat in the division.

Steve Laureus

The front runner at this show, Steve Laureus came in second place at the 2019 Arnold Classic behind George Peterson. It was a very close contest and it could have gone either way, but now that Peterson has left the division in his rear view, Steve Laureus has the opportunity to completely dominate the field and take top honors in 2020.

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Alex Cambronero

A bodybuilder with a classic silhouette to his physique, Alex Cambronero could be a live underdog at the Arnold Classic. Training under Neil Hill is sure to give Cambronero confidence and he has the right size in both his upper and lower body as well as tight and compact waist which could potentially give him the edge he needs to take home an upset victory.

Terrence Ruffin

Perhaps the biggest threat to Steve Laureus at this show, Terrence Ruffin has the kind of symmetry and proportions that could easily crown him champion. Ruffin has put on some decent size and knows how to pose like a true classic bodybuilder which could certainly give him the edge at the Arnold Classic 2020.

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Jacob Ladon is a staff writer and former amateur bodybuilder. He has been passionate about bodybuilding since he was 15 years old and discovered the joys of training in the gym. He reports and comments on all bodybuilding related matters.