A Preview of the 2022 Toronto Pro Bodybuilding Show

The 2022 Toronto Pro bodybuilding show is set to take place on Sunday, June 5, 2022, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ten of the IFBB Pro League’s 11 divisions will have contests at this event.

The featured contest is the Men’s Open show. As of this writing, seven pro bodybuilders are set to pose down to join the list of past winners, which includes eight-time Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman, Johnnie Jackson, Milos Sarcev, and the 2021 winner, Joel Thomas. The list of this year’s competitors is below in alphabetical order:

2022 Toronto Pro — Men’s Open Roster

  • Slavoj Bednar 
  • Dorian Haywood 
  • Theo Leguerrier
  • Andrea Muzi
  • Joe Seeman
  • Mohamed Shaaban 
  • Mariusz Tomczuk 

The 2022 Toronto Pro winner will earn an invitation to compete at the 2022 Mr. Olympia in Las Vegas, NV, on Dec. 16-18, 2022.


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  1. 2022 Toronto Pro — Men’s Open Roster
  • Favorites to Watch
    1. Mohamed Shaaban
    2. Joe Seeman
    3. Andrea Muzi
  • Nine Other Divisions
    1. 212 Bodybuilding
    2. Classic Physique
    3. Men’s Physique
    4. Women’s Bodybuilding
    5. Women’s Physique
    6. Fitness
    7. Figure
    8. Bikini
    9. Wellness
  • Favorites to Watch

    Below are the athletes to keep an eye on in Toronto.

    Mohamed Shaaban

    Shaaban made his return to the stage at the California State Pro after an injury kept him on the sidelines for the start of 2022. He placed second in San Diego to winner Charles Griffen. Shaaban placed 10th at the 2021 Mr. Olympia, and he goes into this contest as the early favorite. If he looks as ripped in Canada as he did in California, a victory for him will be likely.

    Joe Seeman

    Seeman is the home country favorite at this show as the lone competitor from Canada. He placed sixth twice in 2021 — once at the inaugural Arnold Classic UK, and again at the 2021 Legion Sports Fest Pro. Those lineups were deeper than this one, so his chances to stand out in Toronto are better.

    Andrea Muzi

    Muzi is in his fifth year as a professional. He’s been in the mix at numerous contests — his best finish is a third-place effort at the 2019 Puerto Rico Pro. He finished fifth in that same contest in 2021 and fourth in the 2022 California State Pro, where many fans felt that he brought his best look yet. If the other two favorites are off, then he may finally taste victory on a pro stage.

    Nine Other Divisions

    The remaining divisions and athletes are listed below. The only division that won’t have a contest in Toronto is the Wheelchair division. The most notable athlete in the field is three-time Bikini Olympia champion Ashley Kaltwasser, who will look to add another pro win to her already long list of titles.

    212 Bodybuilding

    • Murat Gonal 
    • Hossein Kalateh 
    • Junho Kim 
    • Kentaro Kuramochi

    Classic Physique

    • Eric Abelon 
    • Corey Amey 
    • Aaron Aramini
    • Tyler Johnson 
    • Hyoung Joo Kwon 
    • Luis Sosa Murueta 
    • Rob Van Sant 
    • Kellen Wilson

    Men’s Physique

    • Francisco de la Cruz 
    • Reuben Glass 
    • Brett Jackson Jr. 
    • Mehdi Kabbadj
    • Clarence Lau 
    • Daniel Leone 
    • Michael Norwood Jr. 
    • Vilius Palionis 
    • Chevy Phillips 
    • Sharif Reed 
    • Lamar McNeal Smith

    Women’s Bodybuilding

    • Michelle Brent
    • Gisela Nunes Chan 
    • Michelle Jin 
    • Lisa Kudrey 

    Women’s Physique

    • Sarah Bow 
    • Marysel Cruz
    • Eleonora Dobrinina 
    • Jazmine Lira Flores 
    • Alethia Legall-Gabriel 
    • Marianne Von Gierke 
    • Ji Hye Lee
    • Emilija Martic 
    • Sanna Nupponen 
    • Mini O’Brien 
    • Renee Reefschlager 
    • Nadia Vandal 


    • Abby Bolton 
    • Danielle DaCosta 
    • Giorgia Foroni 
    • Corina Harkelroad 
    • Stephanie Jones 


    • Melissa Cech 
    • Yelena Larina 
    • Hanwool Park 
    • Larisa Penaloza 
    • Valerie Ratelle 
    • Danielle Rose 
    • Mandy Urner 


    • Lilian Lopez Alonso 
    • Juliane Andrade 
    • Cassandra De La Rosa 
    • Sarah Devore 
    • Marie-Eve Duchesneau 
    • Eli Fernandez 
    • Ashley Kaltwasser 
    • Ha Yeun Kim 
    • Yeoni Lee 
    • Adair Libbrecht 
    • Bola Seo
    • Karen Wall
    • Jodie Jean Yunker
    • Laura Ziv


    • Emily Azzarello 
    • Daniela Deiana 
    • Normarie Fonseca 
    • Kassandra Gillis
    • Celeste Morales 
    • Angela White 

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