Paul Poloczek, who successfully pursued a career in professional bodybuilding, passed away on Tuesday. He was only 37 at the time of his death, the cause of which has not yet been revealed.

His partner, Katherin DeNev, broke the news of his death on social media, TMZ reported. “Bodybuilding was your life. You are not forgotten, you live on in our hearts. We will love you forever. I love you, baby,” she said.

Generation Iron reported that Paul Poloczek was last seen at the NPC Worldwide Championships in Germany on May 28. The Polish professional played soccer at a young age before he decided to quit it for body building.

He won his first Junior Championship bodybuilding competition at the age of 17. From there, he went on to win or place in several other competitions. Paul finally earned his pro card after he won the Arnold Classic Amateur bodybuilding competition in 2017.

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