Brandon Curry Shares Physique Update Two Days Out From 2022 Arnold Classic

Brandon Curry decided to give one final physique update before taking the stage at the 2022 Arnold Classic.

The 2022 Arnold Classic is just two days away but it is never too late for athletes to share physique updates. This time, it is Brandon Curry who took to social media to show the progress he has made heading into the competition.

The event will take place from March 3-6 in Columbus, OH. Heading into the Men’s Open show, Curry is considered the favorite to be named champion. This is an event that he has been training hard for and it shows in his latest physique update.

“Typical bodybuilder…posing with my pants down in the gym again…😆

On a more serious note…

I put my heart and soul into this @arnoldsportsprep and i enjoyed every minute of it! This one was special!”

 

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The photo was taken by Middle House, was was able to capture the progress of Curry in a big way. It is clear that Brandon Curry has honed in on improvements needed in the offseason.

Curry has been near the top of Men’s Open for years now. He was crowned Mr. Olympia in 2019 and has finished as the runner-up in two consecutive years. Curry will look to gain his title back from Big Ramy, but first, he has his sights set on the Arnold Classic title.

“It’s looking like my team @abdullah_fs_alotaibi@ahmad_alnaqi1 and I are on track to bring all bodybuilding fans whether they’re my fans or someone else’s fan something to appreciate.

Experience is the greatest teacher.

Now it’s time to finish filling out these round and brown muscle bellies!!! 🔥🔥🔥”

When the official lineup came out, Curry was considered the favorite right away. Since December, there have been many names pulling out of the conversation.

Cedric McMillan is the most recent to withdraw from the competition. He revealed that stomach issues will keep him from competing but he will still be part of the event in some capacity. Rafael Brandao withdrew from the competition for undisclosed reasons back in January followed by Nathan De Asha and Mohamed Shaaban, who were forced to pull out due to injuries. Akim Williams will also not appear on stage as scheduled.

Brandon Curry has put in the work and there are just two days until he can show it off on stage. The Arnold Classic is set to be an exciting event with Men’s Open headlining once again.

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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.