The IFBB Boston Pro 2022 took place this weekend on Saturday, March 12, 2022 at Sheraton Boston Hotel, Boston, MA. Following the 2022 Arnold Classic last weekend, top competitors are back and in search of another bodybuilding title. The Boston Pro show featured a stacked lineup of talent, with enticing storylines, battling for the grand prize. William Bonac put forth an impressive showing and secured first-place.
While 2022 Arnold Classic Men’s Open champ, Brandon Curry will be in attendance, he plans to enjoy the meet and greet instead of partaking in the competition. Fans were eager to see how the show’s competitors fared given that so many athletes were well-conditioned after competing at the 2022 Arnold last weekend. A total of six competitors from the 2022 Arnold Classic returned and took the stage Saturday.
In addition to the Men’s Open Bodybuilding competition, contenders from Classic Physique, Men’s Physique, Fitness, Figure, Bikini, and Wellness clashed looking to earn gold this weekend.
One massive favorite heading into the Men’s Open contest is William Bonac. He had a stellar showing at the 2022 Arnold Classic and pushed Curry to the brink during the finals on day two. Bonac had such a strong showing in Ohio that many fans actually thought he won.
After missing the Arnold in 2021, 2020 Arnold Classic champ Bonac returned with a vengeance in Columbus last week. Surely a chip is sitting on his shoulder after narrowly losing to Curry in Columbus, Ohio. Third-place finisher at the 2022 Arnold, Steve Kuclo also joined the Boston show looking to improve on last week’s performance. Meanwhile, fourth-place finisher Samson Dauda impressed last weekend and has the physique to give some of the most seasoned bodybuilders fits on stage.
One bodybuilder that was not on stage at the 2022 Arnold Classic but still attracting a lot of hype is Phil Clahar. Clahar has a well-rounded physique and a highly developed upper body. Sometimes mystery can be a weapon at bodybuilding shows, and when Clahar comes in peeled condition, he could undoubtedly shake up the Men’s Open landscape at any show.
Check out the full results below:
2022 Boston Pro Winners From All Divisions:
- Men’s Open: William Bonac
- Classic Physique: Urs Kalecinski
- Men’s Physique: Erin Banks
- Bikini: Maureen Blanquisco
- Wellness: Yarishna Ayala
- Fitness: Missy Truscott
- Figure: Lola Montez
2022 Boston Pro Final Results:
Men’s Open Bodybuilding
- Winner — William Bonac
- Second Place — Justin Rodriguez
- Third Place — Steve Kucklo
- Fourth Place — Samson Dauda
- Fifth Place — Maxx Charles
- Sixth Place — Phil Clahar
- Seventh Place — Regan Grimes
- Eighth Place — Nathan Spear
- Ninth Place — Douglas Fruchey
- Tenth Place — Eslam Mohamed
- Winner — Urs Kalecinski
- Second Place — Tony Duong
- Third Place — Andrew Wilson
- Fourth Place — Lamar Shaw
- Fifth Place — Michael Bell
- Sixth Place — Bartley Weaver IV
- Seventh Place — Jared Keys
- Eighth Place — Antonio Cummings
- Ninth Place — Ricardo Martinez
- Winner — Erin Banks
- Second Place — Diogo Montenegro
- Third Place — Joshua Guidry
- Fourth Place — Emanual Hunter
- Fifth Place — Antoine Weatherspoon
- Sixth Place — Riccardo Croci
- Seventh Place — Daniel Leone
- Eighth Place — Sharif Reid
- Ninth Place — Puwanat Putoya
- Tenth Place — Daniele D’Onofrio
- Winner — Maureen Blanquisco
- Second Place — Elisa Pecini
- Third Place — Eli Fernandez
- Fourth Place — Alessia Facchin
- Fifth Place — Jessica Nicole Dolias
- Sixth Place — Anya Nicholson
- Seventh Place — Crystal Leigh
- Eighth Place — Nittaya Kongthun
- Winner — Yarishna Ayala
- Second Place — Angela Borges
- Third Place — Julia Chitarra
- Fourth Place — Tracy Williams
- Fifth Place — Lorena Ragusa
- Sixth Place — Daisha Johnson
- Seventh Place — Celeste Morales
- Eighth Place — Vanessa Bernardo
- Winner — Missy Truscott
- Second Place — Jaclyn Baker
- Third Place — Tamara Vahn
- Fourth Place — Aurika Tyrgale
- Fifth Place — Stephanie Jones
- Sixth Place — Kristin Pope
- Winner — Lola Montez
- Second Place — Nicole Zenobia Graham
- Third Place — Bojana Vasiljevic
- Fourth Place — Maude Exantus
- Fifth Place — Kiah Tiller
- Sixth Place — Wendy Fortino
- Seventh Place — Ronshende Whittington
- Eighth Place — Luana Carpareli
- Ninth Place — Neli Mitreva
2022 Olympia Qualification System
Winners from each division at the Boston Pro contest will qualify for the 2022 Olympia.
Boston pro is a TIER 4 CONTESTS so the competitors from 2nd through 5th place will get the following points as per OQS (Olympia Qualification System).
- 2nd – 4 points
- 3rd – 3 points
- 4th – 2 points
- 5th – 1 point
The top 3 athletes with the highest point totals in each division will qualify to compete at the Olympia.
2022 IFBB Boston Pro Scorecards
Fitness Volt congratulates the winners on their big victories at the 2022 Boston Pro show.
If Bonac was the clear cut winner at the Arnold Classic, why didn’t he win, and why did he win a week later in Boston ? One has to ask if politics exists in Bodybuilding. These dudes put in too much work to be disappointed at a contest. Sometimes it don’t seem fair. But bodybuilding is so objective and open to favoritism. It’s too bad this happens sometimes.