Andy Haman Bodybuilder Cause of Death is Unknown
Sad news for the bodybuilding society. IFBB Pro Andy Haman bodybuilder and later actor’s cause of death is not released at this time, but his son stated his passing news on Facebook.
His cause of death is yet to be confirmed as no health issues, accidents, or other death causes have been learned to be associated with the passing.
The US number one and only professional bodybuilder and motivational speaker Andy Haman died at 55 on March 20, 2021, and left his loved ones and family in great sadness.
Andy Haman was also best known as Mr. incredible, Born in Iowa City, Iowa, United States. He was a member of the University of Iowa wrestling team. He had graduated with a Bachelor of Science certificate in wellbeing.
He was one of the US’s best bodybuilders; he competed in the superheavyweight class and many more.
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Reactions to Andy Haman Bodybuilder’s Death
Following the tragic news, several fans and supporters reacted and paid tribute, and stated their condolences on social media websites.
Gina Rivera wrote on Facebook: “Heaven has another angel in heaven, our very dear friend, Andy Haman @andyhaman ♥️ My heart and prayers are with Michelle, his wife, and his beautiful family. We are in shock and disbelief. Hold your loved ones extra tight today in memory of him.”
Christopher Williams tweeted, “Dang man. I can’t believe the news. Incredible Andy Haman, you will be missed brother! #RipAndyHaman #AndyHaman #IncredibleAndy.”
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Andy Haman Career Highlights
Andy Haman bodybuilder’s interest in wrestling grew into enthusiasm for bodybuilding. he won the 1987 Midwest Natural Championships.
His bodybuilding career would end up being short. He retired from competing for bodybuilding to focus on teaching.
Haman retired from teaching and again returned to his love for competitive bodybuilding in 2004. Andy later won the NPC Colorado state championships in the superheavyweight class.
Andy Haman not only had a passion for bodybuilding but also acting as well. He was featured in the film Jurassic Dead in 2017.