Of 2021 Shawn Ray Hawaiian Classic A.D. It was held on November 20 in Honolulu, Hawaii. This bodybuilding competition is the perfect result.

There is a lot of controversy surrounding Shaun Ray’s recent comments. The death of Shawn Rodden. He and he have members of the bodybuilding community He went back and forth On top of that, leading to Excuse video From him, this did not really stop the controversy.

With all these negative ads around, over the past few weeks, it may be easy to forget that he was hosting a bodybuilding competition in Hawaii. This is his annual event, and the winner of the event will invite himself to Mr. Olympia’s Olympics in the fall, to a certain level next year.

The 2021 Shawn Ray Hawaiian Classic is one of the smallest competitions this weekend, with only one section held at the Honolulu venue. However, the classic physics competitors are seen in a big way. They were all eager to compete on stage, hoping to win that beloved Olympian.

Of course, the biggest attraction was the return Logan Franklin, Who is the greatest? Promising promises In the classics of physics. Unfortunately, he did not qualify for the 2021 Olympics, but he is starting early in next year’s qualifying round, and he has been. It seems to have improved a lot as of late.

At the end of the day, when all is said and done, only one person can be crowned the winner. Here are the results of this event:

2021 Sean Ray Hawaiian Classic Results

Complete results for the 2021 Sean Ray Hawaiian Classic

Classic physics

  • First place – Logan Franklin
  • Second place – Damien Patrick
  • Third place – Shavis Higga
  • Fourth place – Vladimir Sizov
  • Fifth place – Shin Kodama
  • Sixth place – David Tassin
  • Seventh place – Alan Garcia
  • Eighth place – Jack Alvarez
  • Ninth place – Matt Pattison
  • Tenth place – Francis S.

2021 Sean Ray Hawaiian Classic Score Card

Hawaiian Classic Physics Score Card

Congratulations to the winner 2021 Shawn Ray Hawaiian Classic. It will be an important addition to the list of classic physics. 2022 Mr. Olympia.

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