Michael B. Jordan Shares Shredded Physique Update During “Creed III” Release Date Announcement

Physique Update

Michael B. Jordan shared when the film will be released and looks shredded in the cover.

A big part of the lifestyle for actors in Hollywood is tailoring their physiques to fit the part that they will be playing. Michael B. Jordan is near the top of the list of actors that have built a shredded physique to fit a role. On Monday, Jordan shared a physique update and announced the release date of the latest installment of the Creed franchise.

On Instagram, Jordan shared two posters for his 18.7 million followers to see. In the picture, Jordan is sitting in the corner of the ring with boxing gloves on. His caption was announcing when the film will be released — March 3, 2023.

 

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Michael B. Jordan’s Role in Creed III

In the post, Michael B. Jordan shares a picture of himself and his co-star, Jonathan Majors. He jumped into the spotlight following his role as King The Conqueror at the center of the Marvel Universe. Jordan will step in the ring to fight Jordan Majors, who will be playing Anderson Dame. Along with building ripped physiques, the actors have trained in boxing to play the roles.

The Creed franchise is a spinoff of the Rocky franchise. Back in Sept. 2019, Michael B. Jordan confirmed that there would be a third move after Creed II was extremely successful, raking in over $200 million in the box office.

 

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Sylvester Stallone, who made appearances in each of the first two films, will not return for the third movie. This will mark the first time in either series that Stallone is not part of the action.

Michael B. Jordan has doubled as a director for Creed III. This is something that he always wanted to do and will now get the chance for a trilogy that will likely continue its success. What we do know is that Jordan will certainly look the part heading into the ring.

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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.