2022 Toronto Pro Supershow Preview: Can Mohamed Shaaban Secure The Title?


Here is a closer look at the upcoming Toronto Pro Supershow!

The 2022 Toronto Pro Supershow is scheduled to take place in Toronto, Ontario on Sunday. This is a chance for competitors in 10 divisions to qualify for the Olympia. There will be seven athletes in Men’s Open looking to take home the title in this show.

Once again, Men’s Open will highlight the event. This is an event with a star-studded list of former champions, including Ronnie Coleman and Milos Sarcev. Joel Thomas was crowned champion last year but is not scheduled to defend his title on Sunday.

Below, you can find the full list of competitors along with a breakdown of the top athletes in Men’s Open.

2022 Toronto Pro Supershow: Men’s Open

  • Slavoj Bednar
  • Dorian Haywood
  • Theo Leguerrier
  • Andrea Muzi
  • Joe Seeman
  • Mohamed Shaaban
  • Mariusz Tomczuk

Mohamed Shaaban

Shaaban will be back on stage after finishing as the runner-up to Charles Griffin during the California State Pro. He was dealing with an injury during the beginning of the year but has since returned to competition. During the 2021 Olympia, Shaaban placed 10th and was unhappy with his performance. After his performance in San Diego, it is fair to say that Shaaban is the favorite to win in Toronto. If he shows up with the same conditioning, he will be difficult to beat.

Joe Seeman

Seeman is the lone competitor from Canada to compete on Sunday. He finished third in this show last year and has a chance to make another impact in 2022. Seeman added two sixth-place finishes at the Legion Sports Fest and Arnold Classic UK. When looking at this roster, Seeman has a chance to make some noise and finish near the top.

Dorian Haywood

Haywood remains active on stage. He competed in five shows last year and was present during the Indy Pro this year, where he finished sixth. He was fourth in both the Indy Pro and New York Pro in 2021. The field in Toronto will not be as deep which means Haywood could have his sights set on a strong showing.

Andrea Muzi

Muzi is entering his fifth year as a professional and is looking to win his first. He finished third at the 2019 Puerto Rico Pro, which is the best of his career. He also finished fifth at this show last year. Muzi was on stage in California last week and finished fourth. He will enter as a dark-horse competitor in Toronto with a chance to sneak ahead of some other competitors if he shows up in his best shape.

2022 Toronto Pro Supershow: All Divisions

212 Bodybuilding

  • Murat Gonal
  • Hossein Kalateh
  • Junho Kim
  • Kentaro Kuramochi

Classic Physique

  • Eric Abelon
  • Corey Amey
  • Aaron Aramini
  • Tyler Johnson
  • Hyoung Joo Kwon
  • Luis Sosa Murueta
  • Rob Van Sant
  • Kellen Wilson

Men’s Physique

  • Francisco de la Cruz
  • Reuben Glass
  • Brett Jackson Jr.
  • Mehdi Kabbadj
  • Clarence Lau
  • Daniel Leone
  • Michael Norwood Jr.
  • Vilius Palionis
  • Chevy Phillips
  • Sharif Reed
  • Lamar McNeal Smith

Women’s Bodybuilding

  • Michelle Brent
  • Gisela Nunes Chan
  • Michelle Jin
  • Lisa Kudrey

Women’s Physique

  • Sarah Bow
  • Marysel Cruz
  • Eleonora Dobrinina
  • Jazmine Lira Flores
  • Alethia Legall-Gabriel
  • Marianne Von Gierke
  • Ji Hye Lee
  • Emilija Martic
  • Sanna Nupponen
  • Mini O’Brien
  • Renee Reefschlager
  • Nadia Vandal


  • Abby Bolton
  • Danielle DaCosta
  • Giorgia Foroni
  • Corina Harkelroad
  • Stephanie Jones


  • Melissa Cech
  • Yelena Larina
  • Hanwool Park
  • Larisa Penaloza
  • Valerie Ratelle
  • Danielle Rose
  • Mandy Urner


  • Lilian Lopez Alonso
  • Juliane Andrade
  • Cassandra De La Rosa
  • Sarah Devore
  • Marie-Eve Duchesneau
  • Eli Fernandez
  • Ashley Kaltwasser
  • Ha Yeun Kim
  • Yeoni Lee
  • Adair Libbrecht
  • Bola Seo
  • Karen Wall
  • Jodie Jean Yunker
  • Laura Ziv


  • Emily Azzarello
  • Daniela Deiana
  • Normarie Fonseca
  • Kassandra Gillis
  • Celeste Morales
  • Angela White
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