Jeremy Buendia is scheduled to compete in the Olympia stage in 2023, where he will face Erin Banks in June.
In 2014, Buendia won his first Olympia title and became the top of the division. He continued to win for the next three years and won four consecutive times. In 2018, Buendia was defeated by Brandon Hendrickson and lost his title. Hendrickson won three out of four years before Banks won his first Olympia title in 2022.
Buendia and Banks, both Men’s Physique champions, have announced their participation in an “Olympia Battle” on June 8 through an Instagram post. The event will be featured on OlympiaTV.
“I’M ALL IN, WE ARE ONLY 6 MONTHS AWAY FROM THE COMEBACK!”
Jeremy Buendia has been confirmed as a competitor in the 2023 Olympia.
Jeremy Buendia did not make a comeback in 2020 as rumored, but it seems that he will soon compete again, giving fans the chance to see one of the top Men’s Physique competitors.
Buendia shared in March that he weighs around 210 pounds and has been transparent about using testosterone replacement therapy and its effects on his fitness journey. His social media followers monitor his physical changes and dietary updates.
In the Men’s Physique division, there have been three Olympia champions within the last four years. Banks, who won in 2022 and the Arnold Classic in March, is expected to face competition from Buendia for the 2023 title.
The 2023 Olympia has been scheduled to occur in Orlando from November 2nd to 5th, after being moved from Las Vegas last year. Noteworthy bodybuilders like Jeremy Buendia from different parts of the world will be present for the first time since 2018.