bodybuilding Jean-Pierre Fux surgery

Swiss bodybuilding legend Jean-Pierre Fux on road to recovery after surgery.

Jean-Pierre Fux was in hospital earlier this week to have a knee replacement.

The news was published on Jean-Pierre’s official social media pages.

The 90’s bodybuilding star is on the road to recovery after successful surgery.

It is not the first time Jean-Pierre Fux had to spend time in the hospital due to injuries.

In May 2002, during a photo session for Flex Magazine, Jean-Pierre was performing a 700lbs squat and fell to his knees.

The injury basically ended his career after suffering a tear to his vastus medialis on the left thigh, and another tear to his patella ligament on the right leg.

Jean-Pierre was one of the biggest bodybuilders in the 90’s placing in the top ten consistently.

Fast forward to 2020, Jean-Pierre is a personal trainer and as well he is passionate about saving cats.

We at Evolutionofbodybuilding.net wish Jean-Pierre a speedy recovery and hope to see him at the gym very soon.




Jean-Pierre Fux’s devastating injury in 2002

 


Contest History

1993
World Amateur Championships – IFBB, HeavyWeight, 4th

1994
World Amateur Championships – IFBB, HeavyWeight, 1st

1996
Arnold Classic – IFBB, 9th
Grand Prix Czech Republic – IFBB, 5th
Grand Prix England – IFBB, 9th
Grand Prix Germany – IFBB, 8th
Grand Prix Russia – IFBB, 2nd
Grand Prix Spain – IFBB, 7th
Grand Prix Switzerland – IFBB, 4th
North American Championships – IFBB, LightWeight, 3rd
Olympia – IFBB, 8th
San Jose Pro Invitational – IFBB, 5th

1997
Grand Prix England – IFBB, 9th
Grand Prix Germany – IFBB, 8th
Grand Prix Hungary – IFBB, 5th
Grand Prix Spain – IFBB, 5th
Olympia – IFBB, 7th

1998
Arnold Classic – IFBB, 4th
Olympia – IFBB, 10th

1999
Grand Prix England – IFBB, 16th
Olympia – IFBB, 16th
Toronto Pro – IFBB, Did not place
World Pro Championships – IFBB, 12th

2001
Night of Champions – IFBB, Did not place

2003
Night of Champions – IFBB, Did not place