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Return of ‘King Snake’

Fan favourite IFBB Pro Steve Kuclo is determined to do well this year.

Not only is ‘King Snake’ the winner of the recent New York Pro where he defeated Charles ‘The Definition’ Griffen (2nd) and the big Brit Luke Sandoe (3rd) but it would be interesting to see whether he could bring the aesthetics, symmetry and mass to the Olympia stage later in the year. Kuclo has been in full swing since finishing 5th at the Arnold Classic Men’s Open in Ohio.

When most competitors turn to the back, you just see mounds on mounds of muscle. If Kuclo develops his posterior muscles to the same degree as his enormous legs, arms and delts he could be a threat on stage again.

The problem with Kuclo against a line-up with the likes of Dexter Jackson, Roelly Winklaar and William Bonac is his chest-to-back thickness and the width in his back poses.

He definitely needs more size to challenge for a top spot but the former firefighter is training hard not to disappoint his army of fans.

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