Before and After DeTransformations, Bodybuilders That Lost It All

 

4. Günter Schlierkamp (born February 2, 1970) is a retired German IFBB pro bodybuilder. In November 1993, Gunter won the heavyweight division at the World Championships, which earned him the “Mr. Universe” title and launched his professional career.

Gunter_Schlierkamp

Professional competition highlights:
• 2002 Mr. Olympia, 5th
• 2001 British Grand Prix, 10th
• 2001 Night of Champions XXIII – 9th
• 2001 Toronto Pro – 6th
• 2000 MR OLYMPIA – 12th
• 2000 Grand Prix England – 4th
• 2000 JOE WEIDER’S WORLD PRO CUP – 6th
• 2000 Arnold Classic – IFBB — 6th
• 2000 Ironman Pro Invitational – IFBB — 4th
• 1999 Ironman Pro Invitational – IFBB, 5th
• 1999 Arnold Classic – IFBB, 9th

 

5. Kevin Levrone (born July 16, 1964) is a former American IFBB professional bodybuilder. During his professional career Kevin competed in 67 IFBB Professional contests. He has won 23 Pro Shows, holding the record of the most wins as an IFBB professional until Ronnie Coleman set the new record in 2004.

KEVIN_LEVRONE

Professional competition highlights:

• 2003 Arnold Classic, 5th
• 2003 Mr. Olympia, 6th
• 2003 Show of Strengths Pro Championship, 3rd
6. Mustafa Mohammad is a retired IFBB professional bodybuilder, known for his exceptional thigh development.

mustafa-mohammad

Professional competition highlights:
• 2005 Charlotte Pro Championships, 4th
• 2005 Europa Supershow, 5th
• 2005 New York Pro Championships, 10th
• 2005 Mr. Olympia, 10th
• 2006 Arnold Classic, 7th
• 2006 Grand Prix Australia, 4th
• 2006 Ironman Pro Invitational, 6th
• 2006 San Francisco Pro Invitational, 4th
• 2006 Mr. Olympia, 16th (tied)
• 2006 Grand Prix Austria, 9th

7. Paul Dillett (born April 12, 1965 ) is a retired IFBB professional bodybuilder.
Professional competition highlights:

PAUL_DILLET

• 2003 Grand Prix Hungary – IFBB, 14th
• 2002 Night Of The Champions – IFBB, 6th
• 2002 Southwest Pro – IFBB, 8th
• 2000 Night Of The Champions – IFBB, 73rd
• 1999 Mr. Olympia – IFBB, 7th
• 1999 Night of Champions – IFBB, Winner
• 1998 Olympia – IFBB, Withdrew

 

8. Tom Prince (born October 26, 1969) is a retired American professional bodybuilder. Prince won his IFBB pro card by winning the 1997 NPC National Championships (his only overall title). His highest professional placing was the 2001 Night of Champions, where he finished third. Prince’s kidneys failed during his preparations for the 2003 Night Of Champions, and he retired from competitive bodybuilding shortly after.

Tom_Prince

Professional competition highlights:

• 1995 NPC Nationals – Heavyweight – 2nd
• 1996 NPC Nationals – Heavyweight – 2nd
• 1996 NPC USA Championships – Heavyweight – 2nd
• 1997 NPC Nationals – Heavyweight and Overall – 1st
• 1997 NPC USA Championships – Heavyweight – 9th
• 1999 IFBB Night of Champions – 13th
• 2000 IFBB Ironman Pro Invitational – 9th
• 2001 IFBB Grand Prix England – 8th
• 2001 IFBB Night of Champions – 3rd
• 2001 Mr Olympia – 16th
• 2002 IFBB Night of Champions – 7th
• 2002 IFBB Southwest Pro Cup – 9th


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