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It’s time for the Arnold Classic Australia

Arnold Classic Australia promoter Tony Doherty has put together a formidable line-up of competitors for the bodybuilding stage this year.

Hosted as part of the Arnold Sports Festival at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre this weekend the Arnold Classic Australia will be the swansong for legendary Kevin Levrone after he made a comeback at the 2016 Mr. Olympia competition.

In his final appearance as a bodybuilder the IFBB Hall of Famer looks to be in peak condition to end his competitive career with a bang.

Another IFBB Pro to watch out for will be William Bonac, the mini-Kai Greene, who has incredible momentum going into the show after winning the Arnold Classic title in Columbus.

Dexter Jackson will be hoping to edge past the younger Bonac to prove his worth again on the Arnold Classic stage.

Don’t forget Cedric ‘The One’ McMillan who can always bring the X-factor to a show.

Last but not least – Roelly Winklaar, who gives true meaning to the term “freak”, can finish in a top podium position again if he can tighten up and improve his conditioning to compliment his mass.

It will also be interesting to see how Aussies Darryn Onekawa, Sam Pearce, Nathan Williamson, Kiwi Steve Orton and the British professional Luke Sandoe will fare against a line-up stacked with exceptional talent.

Be sure to watch what’s about to unfold in Australia this weekend!

The Pro Men’s Bodybuilding line-up for the 2018 Arnold Classic Australia will be:

Dexter Jackson (USA)

Dennis Wolf (Germany)

Kevin Levrone (USA)

William Bonac (Netherlands)

Steve Orton (New Zealand)

Darryn Onekawa (Australia)

Roelly Winklaar (Netherlands)

Jafar Chaffarnezhad Azizi (Iran)

Nathan Williamson (Australia)

Jon De La Rosa (USA)

Cedric McMillan (USA)

Luke Sandoe (United Kingdom)

Hidetada Yamagishi (Japan)

Sam Pearce (Australia)

Lukas Osladil (Czech Republic)

Lionel Beyeke (France)

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