Brad Hollibaugh

As many fans and followers of bodybuilders may already know, this week we lost another Brother of Iron, Brad Hollibaugh. The super heavyweight champion will be greatly missed. Brad Hollibaugh was an ally of the LGBT community, a staple in bodybuilding, entrepreneur, family man, and a man open to muscle worship. He fully understood the appeal he had in every inch of his body. Brad was always admired for his insane biceps with huge peaks measuring  25 in. pumped & 24 in. cold and a 60 inch chest. His build came in at a towering 310 pounds of muscle during offseason. 

brad hollibaugh

Brad Hollibaugh passed away at the age of 54 years old. And while the cause of death is unknown it was reported he suddenly passed out while playing billiards with his friends, losing his life shortly thereafter.

Athletic Career

Brad started his professional career as an athlete in 1986 as a teen competitor. He continued all through the 1990s with victories including Mr. Redondo Beach, Mr. Washington, Mr. Las Vegas Classic, Mr. Northern Gold’s Classic, and Mr. Los Angeles. It is reported he won over 20 competitions in his career

brad hollibaugh performs at bodybuilder's jam

Performance Career

As a professional actor, Brad Hollibaugh appeared in NBC’s horror show “Grimm”, “The Big Bang” featuring Antonio Banderas, and the TV Series “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!” as a featured bodybuilder. We of course appreciate all the sexual films he participated in including the muscle worship centric “Bodybuilder Jams #21” produced by the late Jimmy Z

Others We've Lost

I first read the news of Brad's passing at Muscle Service’s Forums and in reading other similar posts I came to find out that earlier this year, we also lost bodybuilder Andy Haman on March 19th. Haman also died at the age of 54 of pulmonary embolism. In 2017, he played the role of Duque in the film “The Jurassic Dead.”

We also recently lost a beloved escort and bodybuilder by the name of Colton/Big C Flex short of Colton's 42nd birthday. 

They say you're not supposed to meet your idols due to possible disappointment. I say at least make the effort before they are no longer here.

RIP to all the men we will forever miss.