PHOTOS: Nick Walker Looks Massive Guest Posing At The 2022 Pittsburgh Pro

Nick Walker Guest Posing Pittsburgh Pro 2022

Nick Walker impressed with a massive guest posing routine at the 2022 Pittsburgh Pro

Nick Walker showcased a phenomenal and massive offseason physique during his guest posing at the 2022 Pittsburgh Pro – which was held this weekend on May 7, 2022. Walker’s guest posing is notable after switching coaches and not competing at the 2022 Arnold Classic – despite expressing interest in appearing at the show. He is now training towards the 2022 Mr. Olympia.

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 Nick Walker, Brandon Curry, Hunter Labrada, and Derek Lunsford also guest posed.

There has been much hype and anticipation for Nick Walker’s appearance at the 2022 Mr. Olympia after his 2021 Arnold Classic win. This is the first on stage appearance of 2022 and an early indicator of his offseason progress. Walker’s consistent social media photo updates have showcased an incredibly on-point physique – but this is the first time of the year he appeared under the hot lights of the stage.

You can watch the video of Nick Walker guest posing at the 2022 Pittsburgh Pro right here:

Nick Walker’s career has skyrocketed since 2020. At just 27 years old, Walker has sculpted a truly enormous and detailed physique. His win at the 2022 Arnold Classic cemented his iconic status – and many fans now hope to see him take aim at the Mr. Olympia throne. Walker placed fifth place a the 2021 Mr. Olympia. For a competitor still in his 20s, this is a phenomenal feat.

Nick Walker has often been compared to Olympia legend Dorian Yates in terms of his mass monster size and the shape of his physique. During a GI Exclusive interview in 2021, we discussed with Walker about the comparison and what his plans for the future hold. It’s clear that his vision has been on track thus far.

With so much time ahead of him in his career, Nick Walker might just be the next phenom to take over the Olympia throne for years to come. He just needs to finalize the small details and take down the likes of legends such as Big Ramy and Brandon Curry. Time will soon tell how fast he can accomplish this feat.

Until then, make sure to stay tuned to the Generation Iron Fitness Network for more updates on Nick Walker and all other things bodybuilding, fitness, and strength sports.

Derek Dufour
Derek Dufour has been managing all digital operations on the Generation Iron Network for over six years. He currently manages a team of editors, writers, and designers to provide up-to-date content across the GI Network.