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2022 Mr. Olympia Bodybuilding Show Preview

“Mr. Olympia” is the biggest bodybuilding show on earth. Every bodybuilder has the dream to win this title by his name. The most prestigious bodybuilding show starting on 15th December 2022 again. This competition started its journey 58 years back in 1964. The qualifiers are Nick Walker, Brandon Curry, Mamdouh Elssbiay, and Hadi Choopan. They will compete head to head to win the title by their name. 

2022 Mr. Olympia Roster-Men’s Open (2022 QUALIFIED: MR. OLYMPIA)

For the 2022 Olympia the competition Is taking place in Las Vegas from 16 to 18 December. There we can See the next Mr. Olympia. For every bodybuilder in the world who are into bodybuilding as they are the main goal to win Mr. Olympia’s title. Every competitor has to complete some different round to earn points to get the ticket to participate in Mr. Olympia. And throughout the year by winning the Mr. Olympia qualifying contest and by gathering points throughout the year a participant Can qualify for Mr. Olympia. Here let’s see the requirements of points in the different competitions to get selected for Mr. Olympia. 

Divisions With Less Than 25 Contests (Men’s Open, 212, Fitness, Figure, Women’s Physique, Women’s Open, Wellness)

Tier One Contests (Arnold Classic USA, Rising Phoenix):

  • 2nd place – 10 points
  • 3rd place – 9 points
  • 4th place – 8 points
  • 5th place – 7 points

Tier Two Contests (Arnold Classic Australia, Arnold Classic Brazil, Arnold Classic UK, Pittsburgh Pro, New York Pro, Tampa Pro, Toronto Pro, Japan Pro, Europa Pro Championships)

  • 2nd place – 8 points
  • 3rd place – 7 points
  • 4th place – 6 points
  • 5th place – 5 points

Tier Three Contests (Chicago Pro, Portugal Pro, Romania Muscle Fest Pro, Legion Sports Fest Pro, Puerto Rico Pro)

  • 2nd place – 6 points
  • 3rd place – 5 points
  • 4th place – 4 points
  • 5th place – 3 points

Tier Four Contests (All other contests)

  • 2nd place – 4 points
  • 3rd place – 3 points
  • 4th place – 2 points
  • 5th place – 1 point

Divisions With More Than 25 Contests (Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Bikini)

2021 Mr. Olympia

  • 4th place – 12 points
  • 5th place – 11 points

Arnold Classic USA

  • 2nd place – 10 points
  • 3d place – 9 points
  • 4th place – 8 points
  • 5th place – 7 points

All Other Contests

  • 2nd place – 5 points
  • 3rd place – 4 points
  • 4th place – 3 points
  • 5th place – 2 points

By considering all criteria here are the players that qualified for Mr. Olympia

  • Nick Walker (USA)
  • Mamdouh Elssbiay (Egypt)
  • Brandon Curry (USA)
  • Hadi Choopan (Iran)
  • Hunter Labrada (USA)
  • Shaun Clarida (USA)
  • Samson Dauda (UK)
  • Rafael Brandao (Brazil)
  • Angel Calderon Frias (Spain)
  • Joel Thomas (USA)
  • William Bonac (Netherlands)
  • Blessing Awodibu (Ireland)
  • Charles Griffen 
  • Mohamed Shaaban (Egypt)
  • Hassan Mostafa (Egypt)
  • Mohammad Alnsoor (Jordan)
  • Vitor Boff (Brazil)
  • Andrea Presti (Italy)
  • Iain Valliere (USA)
  • Antoine Vaillant (Canada)
  • Akim Williams (USA)
  • Chinedu Andrew Obiekea (USA)
  • Vladyslav Sukhoruchko (Ukraine)
  • Derek Lunsford (USA)
  • Patrick Johnson (Denmark)
  • Tonio Burton (USA)
  • James Hollingshead (UK)
  • Michal Krizanek (Slovakia)
  • Leandro Peres (Brazil)
  • Theo Leguerrier (France)
  • Behrooz Tabani Abarghani (Iran)

Point Standing for 2022 Mr. Olympia

  • Justin Rodriguez (USA), 32
  • Andrea Muzi (Italy), 29
  • Steve Kuclo (USA), 24
  • Quinton Eriya (Canada), 19
  • Maxx Charles (USA), 16
  • Emir Omeragic (Germany), 13
  • Martin Fitzwater (USA), 13
  • Koken Bela (Hungary), 13
  • Enrico Hoffmann (Germany), 13
  • Marc Hector (UK), 12
  • Alfred Vlad Chiriac (Romania), 11
  • Jonas Giatras (USA), 10
  • Tim Budasheim (Germany), 10
  • Kamal Elgargni (Libya), 10
  • Jan Turek (Czech Republic), 10
  • William Martins (Brazil), 9
  • Stan de Longeaux (USA), 9
  • Petar Klancir (Croatia), 8
  • Phil Clahar (USA), 8
  • Jamie Christian-Johal (UK), 8
  • Dani Kaganovich (Israel), 8
  • Roelly Winklaar (Curacao), 7
  • Joseph Seeman (Canada), 7
  • Thiago Lins Adao (Brazil), 7
  • Eiren Gauley (Canada), 6
  • Dorian Haywood (USA), 6
  • Joseph Mackey (USA), 6
  • Mohamed El Emam (Egypt), 6
  • Krystian Wolski (Poland), 5
  • Sergio Oliva, Jr (USA), 5
  • Eric Salazar (USA), 5
  • Slovaj Bednar (Czech Republic), 5
  • Tony Wilson (USA), 5
  • Rasheed Oldacre (USA), 5
  • Milan Sadek (Czech Republic), 5
  • Seungchul Lee (South Korea), 4
  • Wellington Fernado Baptiste (Brazil), 4
  • Stanimal de Longeaux (USA), 4
  • Brett Wilkin (USA), 4
  • Sibusisi Kotelo (South Africa), 3
  • Hossein Kalateh (Canada), 3
  • Maik Ciesla (Germany), 3
  • Vitor Lima (Brazil), 3
  • Artem Pakhniuk (Poland0, 3
  • Diogo Nunes (Portugal), 2
  • Bruno Oliveira Santos (Brazil), 2
  • Sarhan Sarhan (Palestine), 2
  • Kevin Jordan (USA), 2
  • Mohamed El Fatah Hassan (Egypt), 1
  • Eduardo Rodriguez (Paraguay), 1
  • Brent Swansen (USA), 1
  • Hwang Shin (South Korea), 1
  • Douglas Silva (Brazil), 1
  • Seth Engman (USA), 1
  • Roman Fritz (Germany), 1
  • Ossama Ashour (Egypt), 1
  • Jefferson Santos (Brazil), 1

Past Champions (by year)

  • Larry Scott (1965-1966)
  • Sergio Oliva (1967-1969)
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger (1970-1975, 1980)
  • Franco Columbu (1976, 1981)
  • Frank Zane (1977-1979)
  • Chris Dickerson (1982)
  • Samir Bannout (1983)
  • Lee Haney (1984-1991)
  • Dorian Yates (1992-1997)
  • Ronnie Coleman (1998-2005)
  • Jay Cutler (2006-2007, 2009-2010)
  • Dexter Jackson (2006-2008)
  • Phil Heath (2011-2017)
  • Shawn Rhoden (2018)
  • Brandon Curry (2019)

Who Will Not Compete In 2022 Mr. Olympia

Master bodybuilder Regan Grime won’t compete this year with Mr. Olympia. He has some bigger plans in his mind. He will come back strong next year by gaining more muscle mass by 15 pounds. In Grimes’ words “So this year, we’ve decided to take it off and continue this rhythm of putting the tissue on and we’ll hit a show next year and go to Olympia.” He is currently 295 pounds and he try to get bigger. Which will eventually help him to get the necessary advantages that he needs. And he is training hard for this competition. And he is gaining mass. Because he believes that mass is the king. Because if you stand beside the big Ramy then every change and lack is visible. So every single thing matters on the big stage. Grimes placed 15th in the 2021 Olympia and earned his 2022 qualification after winning the KO Bodybuilding Pro in Cairo, Egypt, in 2021.

The Bottom Line

The biggest title on the earth for a bodybuilder is showing its show this December 2022. Everyone is a champion, a born fighter, and a warrior in nature. Everyone will put in their last breath to win this title. But the fittest will win the stage and become Mr. Olympia. Best of luck to whoever is going to glow on the stage and become the hero of next-gen bodybuilder.

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