IFBB Announces Sponsorship That Will Add $130k In Prize Money To Wellness Division

The IFBB Pro League added prize money to the Wellness division thanks to a deal with WOLFpak.
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The IFBB Pro League continues to grow in many ways.

On Monday, the IFBB Pro League announced a new partnership that will immediately impact prize money across the biggest division in the sport of bodybuilding.

IFBB Pro League Vice President Tyler Manion took to Instagram to share a new partnership with WOLFpak. Due to this new partnership, the league will be able to raise the prize money in the Wellness division by $130,000.

“The IFBB Pro League is extremely excited to announce WOLFpak as the official corporate sponsor for the IFBB Pro League Wellness Division! This sponsorship will affect the prize money for the Pro Wellness division at shows throughout the year. Please make sure to support WOLFpak as they have made sure to support the athletes in our organizations!”


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IFBB Pro League’s New Sponsorship

Tyler Manion made the announcement on Monday via social media.

“I would love to announce that WOLFpak is the official corporate sponsor of the IFBB Pro League Wellness division. Because of their sponsorship, an additional $130,000 will be added in price money to Wellness shows in 2024.”

This announcement comes just one week after the Arnold Classic shared that it’s prize money for Men’s Open would be increased.

The event ended on Saturday night with Hadi Choopan defeating Samson Dauda to win the title. Following the results, Schwarzenegger announced that the prize money would increase to $500,000 next year. On Friday, Kyle shared a post expressing her thoughts about the Arnold moving forward and shared a call-to-action to open opportunities for women.

Many within the bodybuilding community have comments on this topic since the Arnold. Now, a new opportunity has presented itself that will allow more prize money for Wellness.

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