Nick Walker Appears As Guest Poser At 2021 NPC Utah Classic

Nick Walker was back on stage at the Utah Classic as a guest poser over the weekend.

It has been quite the year for Nick Walker. He has quickly turned into one of the biggest names in bodybuilding and will only continue to improve. After a fifth-place finish at the Olympia, Walker was back on stage but this time it was as a guest poser.

Walker appeared at the 2021 NPC Utah Classic over the weekend. This event took place on Oct. 16 at Cottonwood High School in Salt Lake City, UT. Walker took to Instagram on Monday to announced that a YouTube video will be released of his latest appearance in Salt Lake City.

We will continue to update this article as more information and the video is released.

Nick Walker has been an up-and-coming name in bodybuilding for awhile now. This year, he began to take the next step to the top.

Walker was victorious at the New York Pro, which earned him qualification to the Olympia. Just two weeks before the biggest event of the year, Walker won the Arnold Classic and put him in a good position heading into Orlando. On the night of the finals, Walker claimed fifth place. He finished behind two-time champion Big Ramy, Brandon Curry, Hadi Choopan, and Hunter Labrada.

 

Following the Olympia, Walker stated that he was not satisfied with his fifth-place finish. This will be motivation heading into next year. Walker has built incredible size and is one of the biggest mass monsters in the sport. His conditioning will continue to improve and this will keep him near the top and as one of the best competitors.

This was a chance for Nick Walker to show off his skills and meet some other aspiring bodybuilders. Walker made sure to document the event and make a video to put together his experience from the Utah Classic. This was an exciting experience for both Walker and the competitors and fans at the Utah Classic.

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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.