1995 NABBA MR. UNIVERSE: SHOW
This year GMV did something special to mark the 25th time we have covered the NABBA Universe on film or video. The first was back in 1970 when the winners were Arnold Schwarzenegger (Professional), Frank Zane (Amateur) and Christine Zane in the women’s event.
Held in Birmingham, UK on October 14th, 1995 in the wonderful I.C.C., we had two camera crews covering the 150 competitors and the day’s proceedings. You will see pump room action (men and women), interviews with the top competitors and a 2 camera production at the Evening Show in this 90 minutes of fantastic muscle. See all of the posing routines of the top 6 in each class through to posedowns, OVERALL and awards.
MASSIVE PHOTO GALLERY.
Some Major Highlights Include:
Grant Clemesha winning the first ever overall Amateur Mr. Universe title by an Australian.
Brian Buchanan (ex British competitor – now Australian) making it the men’s double for Australia winning the Professional Universe.
Shane Stratton winning the class 3 title for Australia.
Mike King (UK), and Dennis James (USA) – were other class winners.
Pax Beale from USA – The oldest competitor ever at 65 years.
John Citrone winning consecutive Masters titles. Amazing condition! 34 years in competition!
This is the longest running and most prestigious event in the history of bodybuilding! The line stretches from Grimek and Reeves through Schwarzenegger to Grant Clemesha, Australia’s first ever overall Amateur Men’s winner in 1995.
Complete index listing of ALL NABBA UNIVERSE DVDs here.
1995 NABBA UNIVERSE – MEN’S RESULTS
MEN’S MASTERS CLASS
1. John Citrone (England)
2. Jim Connor (England)
3. Jim Boulton (England)
4. Bernard Bryan (England)
5. Larry Burns (Scotland)
6. Georges Chaumier (France)
7. David Frame (England)
8. Doug Powell (Aust)
NP: Emilio Braghetti, Maurizio Forconi, Pax Beale, Chris Deakin, Paul Garner, Erwin Cremer, Dave Richards,
James Wallace, Stuart Sharpe, Henk Damming, Lionel Goldsworthy, Jawdat Mansour
MR. UNIVERSE MEN’S CLASS 4 – SHORT
1. Mike King (England)
2. Olivier Ripert (France)
3. Jason Corrick (England)
4. Uwe Horter (Germany)
5. Massimo Travan (Italy)
6. Colin Murphie (Aust)
7. Garry Scales (England)
8. Bruno Barbenson (Italy)
MR. UNIVERSE – MEN’S CLASS 3 MEDIUM–SHORT
1. Shane Stratton (Aust)
2. Charles Duca (Malta
3. Ramsford Smith (England)
4. Sebastien Demeyere (Belgium)
5. Butch Nieves (USA)
6. Derrick Clarke (England)
7. Simo Bogdanoff (Finland)
8. Vytautas Kindurys (Lithuania)
NP: Derek Saunders, Bob Turner, Alex Stokonov
MR. UNIVERSE – CLASS 2 MEDIUM-TALL
1. Dennis James (USA)
2. Gary Bennett (South Africa)
3. Tony Zerafa (Malta)
4. Richard Leitner (Germany)
5. Vincent Florit (France)
6. Tony Megson (England)
7. Algirdas Kilciauskas (Lithuania)
8. Buddy Driemann (USA)
NP: Marc Martel, Nikolay Chistiakov, Adrian Smith, Gilbert Alaskadi, Eugene van der Westhuizen, Marty Monaghan, Paul Christiansen, Erik Overdevest, Jeffrey Walton, Wayne Tancock, Rob Colacino, Ousman Camara, Emundus Repshys
MR. UNIVERSE – CLASS 1 TALL
1. Grant Clemesha (Aust)
2. Federico Focherini (Italy)
3. Sergey Ogorodnikov (Russia)
4. Dayo Audi (England)
5. Rolf Evers (Germany)
6. Tim Bullock (Germany)
7. Pierre Vander Westhuizen (South Africa)
8. Heiko Muller (Germany)
NP: Rolandus Pocius, Eric Hartley, Johan Lubbe, Clifton McCarthy, Mark Trewartha, Juan Jose Albalat, Eric Schembri, Lloyd Williams, Hayden Wineera
MR. UNIVERSE – PROFESSIONAL CLASS
1. Brian Buchanan (Aust)
2. Gianpiero Cataldi (Italy)
3. Shaun Davis (England)
4. Marco Falcone (Italy)
5. Warren Treasure (England)
6. Colin Wright (England)
Amateur Mr. Universe: Grant Clemesha (Australia)
Professional Mr. Universe: Brian Buchanan (Australia)