It has been a chaotic couple of weeks for William Bonac. He was forced to miss the Arnold Classic two weeks ago because of issues with travel. Bonac was the reigning champion of the event and was unable to defend his title. His plan was to return for the Olympia and it is going to happen this weekend. William Bonac confirmed he has arrived and will be competing in the Olympia.
Bonac recently announced that he has arrived in the U.S. and will be able to compete on the biggest stage of the year. Bonac took to Instagram on Monday to make the announcement but said he arrived in Orlando on Friday.
“We finally made it to the USA’ for the @mrolympiallc 2021.
I just want 2 take this opportunity 2 apologize for 2 all of you that I am competing at @mrolympiallc
Actually, we arrived on Friday evening needed the whole weekend to adjust to the different time zones.”
William Bonac went onto explain that there was a problem with his Esta and was forced to get a visa. He was able to get one in time and will be able to appear at the Olympia.
“Bonac has appeared in the previous seven Olympia competitions. This began back in 2014 when he placed 14th. Bonac has quickly turned into one of the best in the sport. His highest finish on the Olympia stage was in 2019″. He finished second to Brandon Curry that year.
“First of all, there were some misunderstandings with my Esta due to the denial of the Waver proclamation to get me on time for the AC. My Esta got invalid because of this and was not returnable. So my only option was to get a visa in time, which we did”.
Thanks to God who made us meet some amazing people named @amw0lf& his fiancé @motivate.train.inspireThey were about to fly out to Orlando as well, for the amateur Olympia unfortunately @amw0lf lost his passport with his visa in it. Despite that, he was day and night busy with my case until they finally got an appointment for me at the embassy. Thank you so much much, my friend, without you I wouldn’t be here!!!
Now I got a visa, which is even better so I don’t have to worry for the next 10 years.”
William Bonac would have been a force at the Arnold Classic and given champion Nick Walker a run for his money. Now, Bonac will have to make up for lost times and show his full ability on stage in Orlando. There are plenty of reasons to be excited about the upcoming Olympia competition and Bonac returning just adds another to the list.
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