WPO Finals Middleweight Winner

Wed, 02/21/2007 - 17:51 -- admin
Dondell Blue
20% (69 votes)
Michael Cartinian
1% (4 votes)
Brian Carroll
5% (18 votes)
Vadym Dovhanuyk
1% (5 votes)
Shawn Frankl
16% (56 votes)
Phil Harrington
5% (17 votes)
Larry Hook
11% (39 votes)
Tyson Hubbard
1% (4 votes)
Jesse Kellum
7% (23 votes)
Andriy Klymenko
0% (1 vote)
Matthew Kroczaleski
27% (93 votes)
Chris Mason
4% (14 votes)
Pauli Rantanen
1% (5 votes)
Total votes: 348

Comments

Submitted by Reg (not verified) on
Larry Hook is the most dedicated, old school, and big hearted guy. WATCH OUT! He's going to ROCK!!!!!

Submitted by juniorpowerlifter on
I agree that this looks like one of the most competitive middleweight classes yet, I would have to say Shawn Frankl. Watching him in New York was an eye opener. Squating in the upper 900's, benching in the high 700's and pulling 700 and doing all of this at a weight of about 210. I think he will take the belt. Also heard that he has hit an 800 pound bench press.

Submitted by Adam Hires (not verified) on
I say that Brian Carroll will win it. Tough class!!!! I would not be surprised if Frankl, Matt K, or D Blue wins either. I would be if it is not one of those 4.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Larry Hook has no chance of winning. At best he will hit 2300. That will not win it!

Submitted by Mark (not verified) on
My money is with Kroczaleski, he has been hitting some crazy numbers in the gym, openers 954 sq, 650 bp, and 738 dl. I think it will take 2500 to win this year.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
hahahahaha. Larry Hook 2400 and win. That's funny! I don't think it will take 2500 to win though. No one has legitamately hit close to 2500.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
cmon what about dondell blue, the guy's allready hit 2500 at 220(which is the current world record by the way). If this guy is lifting anything like he did with that 2500 total, he'll blow everyone else out of the water. I look forward to seeing this guy breakin more world records

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Did you see the squat?!!! It was so high he go the munchies. Also, I doubt that was really done at 220. He will be hard to beat, but if you expect 2500 out of him then you will be badly disapointed! Travis Mash still has the real record there with 2414.