Cedric McMillan – Bodybuilding Legend Dead at 44

Cedric McMillan was an icon of the 21st century. But he died unexpectedly at age 44. The renowned bodybuilder had just finished the 2020 Arnold Classic in sixth place and had big plans to compete in the 2020 Summer Olympics. Sadly, this was not to be. The world lost an icon today, but his life and legacy will live on forever. Below are some of his most memorable moments.

Among his many accomplishments, Cedric McMillan brought back the Classic Physique division. The former bodybuilder was also an active member of the US Army. The star bodybuilder had a warm and loving personality. Sadly, his death has left behind a wife and four children. The internet has been in mourning over the loss of Cedric McMillan’s legacy.

Cedric McMillan was an avid bodybuilder since childhood. He used to reference bodybuilding magazines when drawing superhero cartoons. His success in bodybuilding saw him go pro in 2009 and win the NPC Nationals, the Orlando Show of Champions in 2011, the New York Pro in 2012, and the Arnold Classic in 2017. His death has stunned the bodybuilding world. In a post on Instagram, the Arnold Sports Festival said it is “deeply saddened” by his passing.

McMillan was a legendary builder and was one of the best of all time. In fact, he turned professional in 2009 and won the 2017 Arnold Classic bodybuilding show. While he was a member of the U.S. Army, McMillan was a member of the National Bodybuilding Council. He also participated in the World Championships in 2000 and 2001. The death of McMillan comes as a shock to the bodybuilding community.

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