Rubiel ‘Neckzilla’ Mosquera Shares Massive Physique Update, 5 Tips For Energetic Week As He Eyes Return

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Rubiel Mosquera is hard at work in the gym for his return to the stage.

Rubiel Mosquera is one of the young, up-and-coming stars in bodybuilding. The Men’s Open competitor, known as Neckzilla, has been out of action with via issues but is working hard in the gym to make an impact for his return.

Mosquera missed the 2024 Arnold Classic due to visa issue but was slated to return in the UK. He did not compete at this competition either, which means he is still preparing for a comeback.

“Monday first day of the week starts with a lot of energy”

READ MORE: Neckzilla Draws Comparison To Ronnie Coleman

Mosquera took the same route as many bodybuilders nowadays, including Krizo. He began in the IFBB Elite Pro League and eventually made the move to NPC. He quickly earned his Pro Card and took the stage right away in Men’s Open.

Rubiel Mosquera, known as Neckzilla, impressed during his pro debut and looked enormous on stage.
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Rubiel Mosquera Shares Massive Physique Update

Rubiel Mosquera did not waste anytime impressing on stage. Now, he continues to do so in the gym using physique updates.

Recently, Neckzilla added five tips for a successful and energetic week on Instagram.

  • 1: Motivation
  • 2: Positive energy
  • 3: Believe in yourself always
  • 4: Never give up on your goals
  • 5: Do not trust people who speak ill of others

 

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Mosquera took the stage during the 2023 EVLS Prague Pro and put on a show. He earned his Pro Card just days earlier at the EVLS Prague Pro Amateur. Shortly after, Mosquera took the stage against some of the best in the world in Men’s Open. Neckzilla finished with the bronze medal behind Samson Dauda and Michal Krizo. Despite not winning the event, Mosquera stole the show with his insane size and potential.

It is unknown when Neckzilla will return to the stage but fans of bodybuilding around the world are waiting for his next competition.

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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.