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Correa and Raymond Set to Clash in 2010 Orlando Pro's 202 Division

Posted in: Articles by ProSource, Andrew Oye's Pro Muscle Report, Gossip
By Andrew Oye | Apr 16, 2010

Correa and image The Item: Contest Preparation

The Scoop: Recently Announced: 202 Division IFBB Pros are prepping to do battle at the Europa Orlando Pro Show of Champions this weekend (April 17). Two of the front-runners include IFBB Pros Jose Raymond and Eduardo Correa. The rest of the 202 lineup includes IFBB Pros John Arnedsz, Pierre Chamoun, Eduardo Correa, Rod Ketchens, James Llewellin, Roc Shabazz, Michael Valentino, Vincent Wawryk, and Nathan Wonsley.

The "So What?":  Raymond shares thoughts on his show prep. The Boston resident, who has been competing for 18 years, had a long off-season since he last stepped on stage at the 202 Olympia Showdown in September 2009. Since then, his focus has been on refinement. "I feel good. I didn't get too heavy. The heaviest I've been is 220. At 15 pounds lighter, I don't have far to go. I'm 205 now, and I expect to weigh in at about 199. My legs were already decent, but my upper body was where I was getting beaten by the other guys. So I put a lot of work into my shoulders, back and chest, training them twice a week. I've definitely seen some improvement."  

202 Class Winner at the 2009 Pittsburgh Pro, Eduardo Correa is in transit from Brazil. Correa promises another win in Orlando to remain one of the top threats for the rest of the contest season. Correa's trainer Chris Aceto says, "[Correa} is in great shape. I know he's nervous for the show, which is crazy. There's no reason to be nervous, because he looks fantastic. Nothing can hurt the condition he is in for the show. Eduardo Correa is just off the charts." Aceto went on to reiterate that he felt the super-ripped Correa should have won the 2009 Olympia 202 Showdown, where he placed 3rd.

Andrew Oye's verdict: All the "little big men" will be vying for early Olympia qualifications to face the reigning 202 Olympia champ Kevin English later this year. Correa is one to watch.


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