PHOTOS: Hunter Labrada Makes Appearance As Guest Poser During Pittsburgh Pro

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Hunter Labrada made his second guest posing appearance of the year in Pittsburgh!

Hunter Labrada has been putting on some major size this offseason and showed it off once again during the 2022 Pittsburgh Pro. The competition was held on May 6-7 with guest posers appearing on Saturday. This is Labrada’s second time appearing on stage as a guest poser giving fans physique updates since he will not be competing in any official shows.

The Pittsburgh Pro is known for its star studded guest posing routines. The competition is run by IFBB Pro and NPC president Jim Manion, making it one of the more exciting events of the season each year. Alongside Labrada was Brandon Curry, Nick Walker, and Derek Lunsford also guest posing.

Hunter Labrada is one of the biggest up-and-coming talents in bodybuilding. He was victorious during the Chicago Pro last season giving him qualification to the biggest show of the year. Labrada finished fourth during the Olympia and has put all of his effort into improving for this year’s show.

You can see photos of Labrada and all guest posers at the 2022 Pittsburgh Pro right here:

Hunter Labrada burst onto the scene in 2020 when he won the Tampa Pro, earning his first bid to the Olympia. He finished eighth that year and made a huge jump come 2021. Now Labrada, who has gained many fans over the years, is looking to make even more improvements heading into the 2022 show.

Labrada is the second going of his father, legendary bodybuilder Lee Labrada. He is a mass monster but has developed a physique that fits modern day bodybuilding. He is well conditioned and brings an aesthetically pleasing look to the stage.

Hunter Labrada has the size to compete on stage and the drive to improve day by day. Put all of this together and there is a competitor that might be destined for an Olympia victory in his career. In 2021, Labrada finished behind just Curry, Hadi Choopan, and reigning two-time champion Big Ramy.

The 2022 Olympia has a chance to be one of the deepest in recent memory with the likes of Labrada and Walker putting all effort this season into it. Labrada recently showed what he has to offer and fans should be looking forward to what he will bring to Las Vegas.

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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.