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Nick Walker explains to his followers the reason for withdrawing from the show. He expressed his reluctance, stating that due to unforeseen and unfortunate circumstances, he won’t be participating in this year’s event. He acknowledged that despite his and his team’s diligent efforts to prepare for the competition, they couldn’t overcome the challenges, and withdrawing was the best decision for his overall well-being.

Walker is already in Orlando, Florida, for the contest scheduled from November 2 to 5, but he will now be an observer. He concluded his post by expressing gratitude to those who have believed in and supported him from the beginning, promising a return in the future.

Walker’s absence creates an opportunity for a new contender to rise to the top three in this year’s Mr. Olympia. Earlier this month, Olympia owner Jake Wood announced that only the top three contestants in this year’s event would earn an automatic qualification for the 60th Mr. Olympia in 2024. Notable contenders for this weekend’s competition include the defending champion Hadi Choopan, the 2022 runner-up Derek Lunsford, the 2019 Mr. Olympia Brandon Curry, and the 2023 Arnold Classic winner Samson Dauda.

Additionally, this situation means that if Walker recovers and is given clearance to compete, he will need to participate in at least one other competition in the 2024 season to earn a qualification for next year’s Olympia.

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