Dennis Wolf is a German past specialist jock whose significant specialist business titles came in the 2007 Keystone Pro Classic, 2011 Australian Pro, 2012 EVLS Prague Pro, 2014 Arnold Classic, 2014 Arnold Classic Europe and 2014 EVLS Prague Pro.
He had completed as a sprinter at the 2011 Arnold Classic, 2012 Arnold Classic, 2012 Arnold Classic Europe and the 2014 San Marino Pro.
Dennis finished third at the 2006 Grand Prix Spain, 2007 New York Pro, 2010 New York Pro, 2013 Mr. Olympia and 2013 Arnold Classic Europe.
|5 feet 11 inches
|Date of birth
|30 October 1978
|Husband or wife
Born in the previous USSR, Denis and his family moved to Germany in 1992. At the time the USSR began to crumble in 1990, his mother saw Germany as a valuable opportunity to return to her remarkable country, a fantasy she had longed for.
After arriving in Germany though, Dennis needed to manage a ton of issues. He found it very challenging to acquire as he had no knowledge of the German language. Since there was no Russian-speaking class, the place he lived where children could learn German, he had a lot of trouble making friends.
When he was 16, he took to hand-to-hand combat, which instilled in him an interest in weightlifting and exercise. It was then that he signed up for a neighborhood rec center in the German city of Marl, where his family had settled.
After finishing his tuition, he started working a few random temporary jobs, including painting houses and starting windows.
To really seek out the profession of working out, he had started going to several specialist courses, took guidance from master lifters and focused on writing a ton on the subject.
They finally took part in their most memorable rivalry in 1999 and finished fourth. Soon after, he finished second in the heavyweight division of the newcomer IFBB (International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness).
Shortly after becoming a German hero in 2003, he had chosen to fully commit himself to lifting weights. He became an expert in 2005.
A multilingual, he is familiar with English, German and Russian. He even made a video about working in Russian to recognize his Russian-speaking fans, who discovered that he had recently been born in the USSR.