IFBB professional Andy Haman dies at the age of 55

IFBB professional bodybuilder, wrestler and later actor Andy Haman has passed away at the age of 55. At this point in time, the exact cause of death is not yet known. Haman was a popular figure in the bodybuilding world.

Haman was known to many as “Mr. Incredible” because he often disguised himself as a popular children’s film hero at health and nutrition shows. Haman’s death was first announced on Sunday (March 3, 2021) by his son Samuel.

“We love you so much and you will be on our mind forever!” Samuel wrote. “Nobody was as strong, kind, silly and wonderful as you. Don’t worry about mom and the girls I’ll take care of, like you did and taught me. “

RIP: Anthony Joesph Haman / Dad / Mr.Incredible We love you so much and you will be on our minds forever! Nobody was like that …

Posted by Samuel Haman on Saturday 20th Mar 2021

Andy Haman was born in Iowa City, Iowa. He was a member of the University of Iowa wrestling team and graduated with a degree in health sciences. His interest in wrestling turned into a passion for bodybuilding. He won the Midwest Natural Championships in 1987. His initial bodybuilding career would be relatively short. He retired from competitive bodybuilding to focus on teaching.

But he caught the mistake again in his late 30s and turned pro. He won the Colorado State Super Heavyweight Championship.

In 2007 Andy Haman won the super heavyweight class and the overall title at the NPC Masters Bodybuilding National Championships. This earned him his IFBB Pro card.

Andy also managed to become an actor and landed a role in the movie The Jurassic Dead in 2017.

Haman has been considered by many fans as one of the most entertaining personalities in the sport of bodybuilding. He is perhaps best known for his advertisements and appearances on behalf of his sponsors at trade shows and trade shows. Haman and his family occasionally appeared as “The Incredibles” at these events and on social media. He was also known for his arm development as well as his strength, including a bench press of over 600 pounds.

Fitness and Power extends condolences and congratulations to Andy Haman’s friends and family.

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