Beginning on Thursday, the Mr. Olympia event is back at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. With a $1.6 million prize purse up for grabs through 11 divisions, the competition will be fierce and furious.
While the Mr. Olympia bodybuilding competition is the top draw—and features the biggest prize pool with last year's winner taking home $400,000—the 2021 edition of Joe Weider's Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend has plenty to offer.
Things kick off on Thursday with the Olympia Press Conference. Events like the 212 Olympia, Ms. Olympia and Fitness Olympia will take place on Friday, while the Mr. Olympia, Men's Physique Olympia, Bikini Olympia and Classic Physique Olympia will take place on Saturday evening.
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However, travel restrictions from his home in the Netherlands prevented him from competing at the 2021 Arnold Classic. However, he recently announced via Instagram (h/t Vidur Saini of Fitness Volt) that he has arrived in the United States and will compete for the Sandow.
"I want to give a huge shout out to everyone who showed me love and wished me well for missing the Arnold," Bonac said.
The Ghana-born bodybuilder is a threat virtually every time he takes the stage, and that should be no different in 2021. He took second place at the 2019 Olympia and finished fifth last year.
Predictions, Top Six
1. Mamdouh Elssbiay
2. Brandon Curry
3. William Bonac
4. Hadi Choopan
5. Nick Walker
6. Iain Valliere