Brett Wilkin Shares Physique Update 4 Weeks Out Of Arnold Classic

Brett Wilkin could be in for a big year on the bodybuilding stage.

Each year, there are different bodybuilders that step up and make a name for themselves. This season, it could be Brett Wilkin that is emerging as a threat. As the 2022 Arnold Classic quickly approaches, Wilkin shared a physique update where he is looking massive preparing for the competition.

Wilkin has a chance to compete for gold at this year’s Arnold Classic. It is a stacked field but he will be one of the athletes to watch. He remains a dark-horse in the competition but has a chance to make some big strides at the second biggest show of the year.

“Man in the mirror.

Focused on whooping this ass day in and day out.

4 weeks to go until the @arnoldsports, and I’m making sure to bring a show!”

Brett Wilkin earned his Pro Card in 2018 as a Classic Physique competitor. He did not compete in an IFBB show until 2019 after he made a move to 212. Wilkin would not last in 212 either and eventually landed in Men’s Open. When Wilkin made the move to Open bodybuilding, it was unknown how he would compete but he quickly showed his potential.

During the 2021 Chicago Pro, Wilkin went toe-to-toe with some of the top competitors in the world. He finished second at the competition and officially burst onto the scene. Now, he will continue to make improvements in order to take another step forward.

2022 Arnold Classic Lineup

  • William Bonac (Netherlands)
  • Maxx Charles (USA)
  • Brandon Curry (USA)
  • Samson Dauda (United Kingdom)
  • Nathan De Asha (United Kingdom)
  • Regan Grimes (Canada)
  • Steve Kuclo (USA)
  • Cedric McMillan (USA)
  • Fabio Giga Rezende (Brasil)
  • Justin Rodriguez (USA)
  • Mohamed Shaaban (Egypt)
  • Brett Wilkin (USA)
  • Akim Williams (USA)

Rafael Brandão has withdrew his name from the event but there will be a stacked lineup appearing on stage. Brandon Curry has been highlighted as the favorite to win the event but Wilkin could be in line for a top-three finish. After looking at his recent physique update, it would not be surprising to see.

This could be the start of a successful year for Brett Wilkin. There is no doubt that eyes will be on the young bodybuilder when the Arnold Classic comes around in March.

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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,, and FanSided. Now, he is transitioning into the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.