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WWE SmackDown Superstar shows off AMAZING body transformation

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WWE SmackDown superstar Top Dolla has recently revealed an impressive body transformation that has left fans in awe.

The Hit Row member has been diligently working on his physique over the past year, and the results are nothing short of amazing.

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WWE SmackDown: A Year of Dedication and Hard Work

Top Dolla’s transformation journey began last year when he weighed 370 lbs. He embarked on a full body rebuild, focusing on both weight loss and muscle gain.

Six months ago, he weighed 259 lbs, and today, he proudly stands at 305 lbs. The change in his physique is not just about the numbers on the scale but also about the evident increase in muscle mass and overall fitness.

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The Journey of Transformation

Top Dolla took to Twitter to share his journey with his followers.

He posted photos of himself from 2022, six months ago, and the present day, showcasing the significant changes in his physique. The transformation is a testament to his dedication, discipline, and hard work.

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The Return to WWE SmackDown

Top Dolla, along with Ashante ‘Thee’ Adonis and B-Fab, were among the stars who were rehired by WWE after Triple H took over the creative last year.

They made their return to the SmackDown brand in August 2022. However, Top Dolla hasn’t wrestled on WWE TV since he and Adonis competed in the tag-team gauntlet match on the June 16th show.

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