2023 Pittsburgh Pro Bodybuilding Show Results – Fitnessnacks

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    The 2023 Pittsburgh Pro took place on the weekend of May 12-13 at the Wyndham Grand Downtown Hotel in Pittsburgh, PA. The fans in attendance were joined by some of the biggest stars in the sport. Among those watching the action were 2022 Men’s Physique Olympia champion Erin Banks, Olympia President Dan Solomon, and IFBB Pro League President and promoter for the show Jim Manion.

    Six pro divisions held competitions. Nearly 100 pro bodybuilders hoped to win their respective division’s title and the 2023 Olympia qualification that came with it. Michael Daboul took the Classic Physique win, while Corey Morris took the Men’s Physique title. Defending Women’s Physique Olympia champion Natalia Abraham Coelho won her division’s contest. Figure, Bikini, and Wellness winners were Cherish Richardson, Aimee Leann Delgado, and Gisele Machado, respectively.

    2023 Pittsburgh Pro Bodybuilding Show Results

    The top 10 finishers for all six contests are below.

    Classic Physique

    1. Michael Daboul
    2. Eric Lisboa
    3. Alexander Westermeier
    4. Daniil Famponte
    5. Camilo Diaz
    6. Tomas Andes-Hernandez
    7. Brandon Cooper
    8. Rob Van Sant
    9. Kendahl Richmond
    10. Munkhsaruul Altangerel

    Men’s Physique

    1. Corey Morris
    2. Ryan Terry
    3. Benquil Marigny
    4. Sidy Pouye
    5. Ali Bilal
    6. Christopher Barr
    7. Furkan Er
    8. Stevelon Dennis
    9. Puwanat Putoya
    10. Brett Mario Jackson

    Women’s Physique

    1. Natalia Abraham Coelho
    2. Emily Schubert
    3. Amandine Kelly
    4. Joseli Schoenherr
    5. Marie-Solange Essoh
    6. Diana Schnaidt
    7. Ann Gruber
    8. Patricia Watson
    9. Candice Carr
    10. Sarah Crail


    1. Cherish Richardson
    2. Natalia Soltero
    3. Maria Pereira
    4. Erika Morgan
    5. Madison Dinges
    6. Manon Dutily
    7. Jennifer Zeinart
    8. Ashley Howell
    9. Ashley Fuller
    10. Paula Ranta


    1. Aimee Leann Delgado
    2. Ashley Kaltwasser
    3. Romina Basulado
    4. Vania Auguste
    5. Lexus Raymond
    6. Jessica Wilson
    7. Priscilla Leimbacher
    8. Brittany Hamilton
    9. Malu Duarte
    10. Valerya Fedorenko


    1. Gisele Machado
    2. Kassandra Gillis
    3. Lili Dong
    4. Tefani-Sam Razhi
    5. Jennifer Zollars
    6. Emily Azzarello
    7. Rayanne Collins
    8. Jacqueline Huescas Rios
    9. Anna Banks
    10. Alyssa Serna

    [Related: Try Six-Time Figure Olympia Champ Cydney Gillon’s 3-Exercise Ab Workout]

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    Men’s Physique Winner — Corey Morris

    This was Morris’ third pro win of 2023. Since he was already qualified for the Olympia, no qualification was awarded in this division. During the onstage interview with announcer Bob Cicherillo, Erin Banks came to the stage to speak about Morris and their upcoming matchup at the 2023 Olympia.

    The Olympia champion informed the crowd that he and Morris have the same coach, and he was proud of Morris’ win. However, to dethrone Banks at the Olympia, Morris will need to bring a flawless physique for the judges. 

    Second Place — Ryan Terry

    Even with Morris in the lineup, Terry was considered the favorite going into the contest as a past Arnold Classic winner (2017) and the 2016 Olympia runner-up. However, the judges gave Morris the nod with straight first-place votes. Terry has acknowledged he made mistakes in his prep and would adjust accordingly going into his next contest, the New York Pro.

    Third Place — Benquil Marigny

    Marigny was coming off a win at the 2023 1st Phorm St. Louis Pro but faced more top-tier contenders with more experience in this lineup. This was his fourth show of 2023, and he’s placed in the top three of all of them.

    Other Notes

    The Pittsburgh Pro has a tradition of featuring some of the Mr. Olympia contenders in a guest posing exhibition, and the 2023 edition had an all-star roster of bodybuilders. Two-time Mr. Olympia Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay, two-time Olympia 212 champion Shaun Clarida, 2022 Mr. Olympia runner-up Derek Lunsford, 2023 Arnold Classic winner Samson Dauda, 2021 Arnold Classic champ Nick Walker, and 2021 Chicago Pro winner Hunter Labrada, all graced the stage and joined the fans in an impromptu posedown.

    Those Men’s Open competitors were also joined by new IFBB Pro Mike Hulusi, who was introduced to the crowd by Australian promoter Tony Doherty. Hulusi will make his pro debut at the 2023 New York Pro on Saturday, May 20.

    [Related: Bodybuilder Brett Wilkin Announces Joe Bennett as His New Coach for the 2023 Season]

    In the Bikini division, Aimee Leann Delgado may have scored the biggest upset of the weekend. It was a major victory in her career, defeating three-time Bikini Olympia winner Ashley Kaltwasser to earn the Pittsburgh Pro title. This was Delgado’s third win of the season, and she intends to enter the New York Pro next. Like Morris in Men’s Physique, Delgado’s win kept another contender from qualifying for the Olympia.

    Wellness winner Gisele Machado surprised the audience with a first-place finish over 2023 Wellness International champion Kassandra Gillis. Gillis won her previous two contests before placing second in the Steel City.

    Featured Image: @coreymmorris on Instagram

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