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Published: May 20, 2012
Cedric McMillan won his second professional show with an outstanding 2012 New York Pro, beating out a formidable veteran in Johnnie O. Jackson and a trifecta of rookies who impressed all the first time out as pros. Steve Kuclo, Juan Morel and Jon DeLarosa will have long careers in this sport and surely taste victory, but this evening belonged to Big Mac.
After taking a year off of competition following a disappointing 11th place finish the last time in the Big Apple, McMillan apparently corrected those mistakes and looked even better than when he won the 2011 Europa in Orlando.
In the 212 division, Kevin English – a later entrant after originally announcing that he was going to compete in the open – nailed it in the evening show and looked sharper than he did at prejudging. Perhaps more a surprise that Sami Ebrahim Ali Alhaddad finished as the runner-up was that Jose Raymond (who already qualified for the 212 Olympia with a win at the Optimum Classic a week prior) was not nearly as sharp as he has been of late and carried a bloated look to the stage in the afternoon and evening. The Boston native settled for third place.
Here are the full scorecards:
MEN’S OPEN BODYBUILDING
MEN’S 212 BODYBUILDING
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