Dallas McCarver - Bio and Competition History

Dallas McCarver was a popular IFBB professional bodybuilder from Tennessee, USA. He was known for his massive size and excellent proportionality, putting him in the list of the best bodybuilders in the modern era.

In his childhood years, McCarver played football in junior and high school. This brought him closer to weight lifting in order to build size and strength, as he embraced the sport immediately. Soon after that, the love for bodybuilding was born and soon took over his passion for football and weightlifting.

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The first bodybuilding show for Dallas McCarver was the 2011 NPC Hub City Fitness Quest, where he won decisively. After two shows and two wins, Dallas took his pro card at an age of 21.

He won three out of five IFBB competitions between 2012 and 2015, including the IFBB North American Championships and the 2015 IFBB California State Pro.

The audience will remember McCarver as one of the greatest bodybuilders in the history of competition. He had a massive 6’11” 300 lb frame which captured the attention of the world’s media and the success that he has achieved over the years.

On the 22nd of August 2017, the bodybuilding world was shocked to lose McCarver. The entire industry stopped as news emerged that he had passed away.

What’s true is that the world will remember him as one of the best bodybuilders in the modern era. Dallas McCarver demonstrated a great V-taper aesthetic and weighted 312 pounds in the off-season.

McCarver loved the opportunity to work extremely hard before competitions in order to cut down. In 2016, he had a 34-inch waist before a competition, which was amazing for a man of his size and weight.

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John Tabasco - October 25, 2019

R.I.P. Dallas

Would have loved to have seen all that muscle mature over the yrs. He was just getting started.

Dr. Hungman - January 11, 2019

very sad, the kid had great potential and would have been famous and rich with a few more years

jeff gray - January 11, 2019

still trip out when I think of this story

Damon Harrison - January 11, 2019

Good stuff. R.I.P Dallas

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