2022 California State Pro: IFBB Pro Charles Griffen Wins “The 2022 California State Pro”

The 2022 California State Pro took place on Saturday highlighting Men’s Open competitors from all over the world. The field gathered at the Scottish Rite Event Center in San Diego to battle for a trip to the 2022 Olympia. In the end, Charles Griffen reigned supreme and earned a victory at the event.

Coming into the show, there were many names looking to take the next step in 2022. Charles Griffen finished second to Blessing Awodibu at the 2022 Indy Pro just two weeks ago. He was prepared to battle Awodibu once again during the New York Pro last Saturday but decided to pull his name out at the last minute.

Andrea Presti competed at the Olympia in 2021 after a victory during the Mr. Big Evolution Pro. This was the first competition for the bodybuilder out of Italy. Mohamed Shaaban also made his return to the stage after withdrawing from the Arnold Classic earlier in the year. He was a top-10 finisher at last year’s Olympia.

The full results from the show have been announced. Men’s Open highlighted the event and there is now a sense of how it played out in San Diego. Check out the full breakdown of the standings along with an official scorecard from the California State Pro.

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2022 California State Pro Full Results

Men’s Open

  • First Place — Charles Griffen
  • Second Place — Mohamed Shaaban
  • Third Place — Tonio Burton
  • Fourth Place — Andrea Muzi
  • Fifth Place — Petar Klancir
  • Sixth Place — Maxx Charles
  • Seventh Place — Andrea Presti
  • Eighth Place — Theo Leguerrier
  • Ninth Place — Christopher Robinson
  • Tenth Place — Douglas Fruchey

Charles Griffen has remained active this year and already notched an impressive performance at the 2022 Indy Pro earlier this month. The Men’s Open competitor walked away in second place, behind champion Blessing Awodibu. With redemption on his mind, Griffen wanted to close the gap between himself and the rest of his competition, once and for all.

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2022 IFBB California State Pro Official Score Cards

IFBNewsfeed.Org wishes to congratulate all the great athletes who earned a win at the IFBB California State Pro 2022. Make sure to check out our full IFBB Pro results page from this year and previous years right here to catch up on any action you may have missed!

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