Dennis Wolf was born in the USSR in Tokmok, Kyrgyzstan which is near Uzbekistan on 30 October 1978 . His family moved to Germany in 1992 and he started training as a hobby, which quickly changed when he saw the amazing results that he got after only training for a year.
He actually started training with weights when he was in school back in the USSR and made it a hobby for a few years before discovering his genetic ability to gain muscle. He entered his first bodybuilding competition in Germany, which was the 1999 NRW Newcomer Championships in which he placed second.
A year later after some hard training he entered again and not only won his division but won the overall as well. Nothing would stop him now to finally get his pro-card for which he trained another 6 years for entering a few local shows every year.
By this time he was getting very good at his chosen sport and won the overall at the 2005 German National Championships, which enabled him to turn pro with a heavyweight win at World Amateur Championships. All of this was to pave the way for his IFBB professional debut which he did at the 2006 Europa Super Show that was held in Texas.
It took Dennis a lot of hard work to get into the best shape of his life competing as a professional bodybuilder, which he did in 2007 where he won the Keystone Pro Classic. He also entered the 2007 Mr.Olympia where he came in 5th place.
After that Dennis decided to move with his family to North America as he had already decided to become a professional bodybuilder. It took him about five more years of hard training to become one of the top ten professional bodybuilders in the world.
Standing at 5'11" Dennis is an impressive bodybuilder to see on stage and with his exceptional genetic gift as well as his determination and the will to succeed we are going to see more of this young Russian bodybuilder who came on the bodybuilding scene with so much planning, determination and tenacity.
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