Over the weekend, WWE Superstar Dana Brooke competed in the 2017 Arnold Classic in Columbus, Ohio. According to a report from FlexOnline.com, judges at the event placed Brooke in 14th (last) place.
Before coming to WWE, Brooke participated in gymnastics for 18 years. She eventually turned to the world of fitness competitions and bodybuilding due to suffering multiple injuries in gymnastics, which included breaking both of her ankles. Between 2011 and 2012, Brooke held several National Physique Committee championships before she would then earn an International Federation of BodyBuilding & Fitness pro card, which she earned in 2012. Brooke also competed in the 2013 European Arnold Classic, where she placed 12th, as well as the 2015 Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio, where she placed 13th.
Below is video of Brooke's routine from the 2017 Arnold Classic: