Biggest busty bodybuilder in the world is John Brown.
The 21-year-old bodybuilder who gained fame in the US is also one of the biggest bodybuilders in the UK and Australia.
John Brown has been training for more than a decade and is the reigning world champion of the world’s largest bodybuilding contest.
John Brown has become an international star since his first major international competition, in 2008, when he became the youngest champion in bodybuilding history.
He also took part in the Beijing Games in 2012, the Sydney Games in 2016 and the Rio Games in 2020.
John, who was born in Edinburgh, has a record of four consecutive world championships.
He won gold at the World Championships in 2013, and gold at both the 2016 and 2018 Worlds, and also made it to the finals at the 2012 London Olympics.
He is currently ranked fourth in the International rankings and is set to make history as the youngest bodybuilder to win a world championship in history when he takes part in this year’s world championships in Tokyo.
The 24-year old John Brown was born on March 26, 1995 in Edinburgh to former boxer and bodybuilder Les Brown and his wife Sarah.
He was the second youngest in his family to ever compete in body building and has also competed in other sports including track and field, swimming and wheelchair rugby.
John is a graduate of Stirling College in Glasgow.
He went on to join the Glasgow University’s athletics team and made his international debut in 2008 at the world championships, competing in the 400m freestyle.
He then competed in the European Championships, winning gold and silver medals at the 2008 and 2012 World Championships respectively.
John has competed at every major bodybuilding event over the last decade, but was not among the first to break through at the pinnacle of the sport.
He has also been among the best bodybuilders to ever step foot in the ring, with a record that stands at two world championships and a total of six titles.
John’s success has led him to become a household name in the United Kingdom, and he has even gained his own Twitter account.
In recent years, he has been an outspoken critic of the current state of the bodybuilding scene, and has recently been embroiled in a bitter feud with a rival bodybuilder.