Who Is Dennis Wolf?
Dennis Wolf is an IFBB Pro bodybuilder who has been recognized by many experts as one of today’s greatest. His height, symmetry, and mass are a pure representation of what a modern bodybuilder should look like. In the eyes of many, he could’ve arguably won the Mr. Olympia in 2007 and placed ahead of Phil Heath in 2014. Likewise, there are few Arnold Classic titles that he controversially lost.
A serious neck injury that required surgery sidelined him from competing back in 2016. After much speculation regarding his possible retirement, the Big Bad Wolf confirmed that he would be coming back to compete at the 2018 Arnold Classic, in Columbus. Wolf has mentioned that his family and army of loyal fans are what kept him motivated to return to the stage.
Dennis Wolf Stats
Age: 39 (October 1, 1978)
Height: 5’11 (Some claim that he’s actually taller)
Competition Weight: 260lbs
Arms: 22 Inches
Legs: 32 Inches
Chest: 56 Inches
Waist: 29 Inches
Professional Bodybuilding Career
Dennis Wolf started his bodybuilding career as an amateur back in 1999, competing in multiple IFBB sanctioned shows in Europe. After participating in more than ten amateur shows and winning most of them, he took the heavyweight and overall title at the 2005 IFBB World Championship; earning his professional status. Read more