IFBB pro Beckham due today

Hugh Ross and Jeff Beckham.

Guest poser of this year’s Hugh Ross Classic (HRC), IFBB Pro Jeff Beckham, is scheduled to arrive in Guyana today.

 Hugh Ross and Jeff Beckham.
Hugh Ross and Jeff Beckham.

Beckham, 32, mentioned that he is excited to be on stage on Saturday for the event which will be hosted at the National Cultural Centre.

“I am looking forward to being in Guyana” said Beckham recently.

“I can’t wait to travel around and enjoy your beautiful country.

The planned visits to schools among other venues will be exciting for me and I intend to savour every moment.

Beckham added that he has something special for fans that will throng the venue on the night of competition.

The muscle man was a Musclemania Pro and became an IFBB Pro after winning the overall title at the NPC’s NY Team Universe in 2012.

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