Men’s 212 Competitor Kerrith Bajjo Signs With REDCON1 As He Preps For The 2023 New York Pro

Kerrith Bajjo has signed a sponsorship deal with REDCON1.

Kerrith Bajjo is the newest member of the REDCON1 team after signing a deal with the brand.

Growing up in Connecticut, Bajjo was a standout track and field athlete so he always enjoys fitness. In 2015, Bajjo began his bodybuilding journey. He finished as the runner-up during the Bev Francis Atlantic States competition in the light heavyweight division. Now, he has turned into an Olympia athlete that will continue to improve and grow each year.

When training in the gym, Bajjo likes to make sure that he gets the best results possible. He is currently preparing to take the stage during the 2023 New York Pro and uses products like REDCON1’s Non-Stim Pre Workout, MRE Lite Protein Powder, and TOTAL WAR pre-workout.


Kerrith Bajjo’s Career At A Glance

Kerrith Bajjo quickly joined the professional ranks after beginning his bodybuilding journey. He became an IFBB professional in 2018 and competed in two shows right away, highlighted by a fourth-plan finish during the Tampa Pro.

Bajjo has turned into a competitor in 212 that has hopes of becoming an Olympia champion. In 2019, he finished third at the New York Pro and was able to win in Tampa in 2020. This punched his ticket to his first Olympia competition, where he finished eighth.

Last season, Bajjo was victorious at the 2021 Texas Pro before coming in seventh at the Olympia. he is currently preparing to make his third appearance at the New York Pro. Heading into the competition, Bajjo will be considered one of the favorites in the 212 division.

The IFBB Pro League released its schedule and the New York Pro will take place on May 20 in Teaneck, NJ. Kerrith Bajjo will take the stage after preparing his physique with plenty of help from REDCON1’s products.

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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.