Samson Dauda Compares Six-Week Updates Ahead Of 2023 & 2024 Arnold Classics

Samson Dauda will take the stage to defend his title from the 2023 Arnold Classic.
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Samson Dauda will take the stage to defend his Arnold Classic title in six weeks.

Samson Dauda is just six weeks away from defending his title during the 2024 Arnold Classic and is sharing physique updates often. Recently, a video was shared on how Dauda looks currently compared to the six-week mark ahead of the competition in 2023.

Dauda has been one of the heaviest competitors over the last year and it has worked for him. In June, Dauda appeared as a guest poser during the 2023 USA Fit Games. During this appearance, he shared that he was weighing 327 pounds.

While on stage, Dauda showed off a massive and conditioned physique that continues to improve since his victory in Columbus. Dauda defeated Nick Walker for the Arnold Classic title back in March. This put him on the radar for the Mr. Olympia title in 2023 and he ended up finishing third, behind Derek Lunsford and Hadi Choopan.

Dauda will look to make it back-to-back Arnold Classic titles and he will be one of the favorites if he enters with improved conditioning.

Samson Dauda poses with belt after his victory during the Romania Muscle Fest Pro on Sunday.
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Samson Dauda Six-Week Comparison 

Samson Dauda entered 2023 as one of the biggest bodybuilders in Men’s Open. He seemed to add more size over the last year and has been focusing on his conditioning.

@samson__dauda 6 weeks out @arnoldsports 2023 ????️ 6 weeks out @arnoldsports 2024″

Dauda is already qualified for the 2024 Olympia but vowed to defend his title in Columbus first. The competition is just under two months away and the bodybuilder continues to show off his progress. He will have a chance to compete against Hadi Choopan, who beat him during the Olympia. This will be a good judge to see how Dauda has progressed.

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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.