William Branch Warren is an IFBB Pro bodybuilder from Tyler, Texas. He was born in 1975 and his first stage appearance was rather early on in his career, when he was still in highschool, where he won the AAU Teenage Mr. America competition in 1992.
From the very start he was willing to do whatever it took to build his physique and get to the top. After getting his first taste of success at such a young age, his love for bodybuilding only grew. It was with great determination that he went on to win his first National Physique Commitee (NPC) event, the NPC Teenage Nationals 1993.
By winning the National Bodybuilding & Fitness Championships in the USA, he got his IFBB Pro Card. He made his pro debut at the IFBB Night of Champions in 2004. In 2005, he competed for the first time at the IFBB Mr. Olympia and in 2006 at the IFBB Arnold Classic.
Until today he has participated many times in Pros competitions and he is a two-time IFBB Arnold Classic winner, having won in 2011 and 2012.
Branch Warren is one of bodybuilding’s top Pros.
Off season weight: 120kg/265lb