Here is a full breakdown from the Men’s Open rejudging from Friday night.

The Men’s Open division is the biggest event in the sport. The Olympia stage is where the best competitors in the world come to show the progress they have made and take home a championship. This year, Big Ramy is defending his title and is the name to beat.

There is plenty of competition and we saw this in the prejudging. Nick Walker was part of the first callout. Walker won the New York Pro and Arnold Classic this year. William Bonac put all of his focus into the Olympia after being forced to miss the Arnold Classic — a competition he won back in 2020. Former Mr. Olympia Brandon Curry and Hadi Choopan, who finished second last year, was also part of the first callout.

As the callouts progressed, it was clear who the top competitors were. The judges went through an intense variation of poses and it went on for six callouts. In the final callout, it was just two athletes. Big Ramy and Curry stood side-by-side for comparisons and put on a show fr the crowd. In the fifth callout, Walker and Choopan joined the likes of Bonac, Labrada, and Valliere.

At this point, the Men’s Open division is anyone’s race. With that being said, there are some that have began pulling away. Check out a full breakdown of the prejudging of Men’s Open from Friday night.

Callout Report

First Callout

  • Nick Walker
  • Hadi Choopan
  • Hunter Labrada
  • William Bonac
  • Mamdouh Elssbiay
  • Brandon Curry

Second Callout

  • Roelly Winklaar
  • Iain Valliere
  • Akim Williams
  • Mohamed Shaaban
  • Justin Rodriguez
  • James Hollingshead

Third Callout

  • Andrea Presti
  • Patrick Moore
  • Regan Grimes
  • Hassan Mostafa

Fourth Callout

  • Akim Williams
  • Roelly Winklaar
  • Mohamed Shaaban
  • James Hollingshead

Fifth Callout

  • Nick Walker
  • William Bonac
  • Iain Valliere
  • Hadi Choopan
  • Hunter Labrada

Sixth Callout

  • Mamdouh Elssbiay
  • Brandon Curry

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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.



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