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Jose Raymond

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Jose Raymond
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Jose Raymond in 2014
Born (1974-12-29) December 29, 1974 (age 46)
Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States
🏳️ Nationality
The Boston Mass
💼 Occupation
📆 Years active  1998–present
Height5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)
💪 WeightContest weight: 210 pounds (95 kg) Off-season weight: 230 pounds (100 kg)} Contest weight: 210 lb (95 kg) Off-season weight: 230 lb (100 kg)}
👩 Spouse(s)Michela Marie Raymond

Jose Roger Raymond, also known as "The Boston Mass," (December 29, 1974 Boston, MA)[1][2] is an active American bodybuilder from Wakefield, Massachusetts.[3]

In his early years, prior to bodybuilding, Raymond tried his hand in several different sports, including football, soccer, wrestling, baseball, basketball, and track.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Jose Raymond is the youngest of eight siblings. In an interview with Muscular Development, Raymond stated that he was not born into ideal circumstances; rather he lived in a ghetto in absolute poverty. “All sorts of tragedy and turmoil was happening. Many times there was no food in the house or electricity or heating in a Boston winter. Violence and alcohol addiction surrounded us." Raymond also stated "my birth parents couldn’t always provide for us. So me and my brother Tito Raymond, who is five years older than me, were shuttled back and forth from foster homes to our birth home because our parents did not want to give us up. But the authorities believed we could not stay with them because they couldn’t cope on account of having so many kids.[5]"


Jose Raymond attended Dean Junior College (Franklin, MA.) from 1993-1995, there he was awarded an associates degree in Health and Fitness. From 1995-1998 Jose attended Plymouth State University (Plymouth, NH.) and was awarded a bachelor's degree in Exercise Science as well as a minor in Nutrition.


  • Jose Raymond: The Boston Mass (2014)
  • Battle For The Olympia, 212 Edition (2014)
  • Battle For The Olympia, 212 Edition (2013)
  • Battle For The Olympia (2012)

Competition history[edit]

At the age of 18, Jose Raymond competed in the New England Bodybuilding Championships and won 1st placement in the teenage division. Raymond qualified for IFBB pro status, winning at the Nationals twice and then winning overall at Team Universe. Raymond accepted his pro card and competed in his first IFBB show in May 2009.[6]

Competition[7][8][9][10] Placement
2017 Ferrigno Legacy 4th
2017 Kuwait Classic 2nd
2017 Asia Grand Prix 3rd
2017 Olympia Weekend 3rd
2016 Olympia Weekend 3rd
2015 IFBB Europa Phoenix 2nd
2015 IFBB EVL's Prague Pro 1st
2015 IFBB Korean Grand Prix 2nd
2015 IFBB Olympia Weekend 2nd
2015 IFBB Arnold Sports Festival 1st
2014 IFBB Europa Phoenix 1st
2014 IFBB EVLs Prague Pro 3rd
2014 IFBB Korea Pro 2nd
2014 IFBB Olympia Weekend 3rd
2014 IFBB New Zealand Pro 1st
2014 IFBB Arnold Classic 5th
2013 IFBB Europa Phoenix Pro 7th
2013 IFBB Olympia Weekend 4th
2013 IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow 1st
2013 IFBB New York Pro 1st
2012 IFBB British Grand Prix 3rd
2012 IFBB Sheru Classic 2nd
2012 IFBB Olympia Weekend 4th
2012 IFBB New York Pro 3rd
2012 IFBB Optimum Classic 1st
2011 IFBB Olympia 3rd
2011 IFBB New York Pro Bodybuilding, Figure & Bikini Championships 1st
2010 IFBB Sacramento Pro 2nd
2010 IFBB Olympia 4th
2010 IFBB Europa Battle of Champions 1st
2010 IFBB Pro Bodybuilding Weekly Championships 1st
2010 IFBB New York Pro Bodybuilding & Bikini Championships 2nd
2010 IFBB Europa Show of Champions 3rd
2009 IFBB Olympia 6th
2009 IFBB Atlantic City Bodybuilding, Fitness & Figure Championships 2nd
2009 IFBB Europa Super Show & Supplement Expo 9th
2009 IFBB New York Pro 8th
2007 NPC National Championships 1st
2007 NPC National Championships 1st
2007 NPC USA Bodybuilding And Figure Championships 1st
2005 NPC USA Bodybuilding & Figure 1st
2002 NPC USA Championships 4th
2001 NPC Team Universe Championships 2nd
2001 NPC USA Championships 8th
2000 NPC Team Universe Championships 2nd
2000 NPC USA Championships 1st
1999 NPC Team Universe Championships 2nd
1998 NPC Team Universe Championships 11th

See also[edit]

  • List of male professional bodybuilders


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