WWE: SmackDown star's absolutely ridiculous body transformation

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WWE Superstar Ludwig Kaiser, who now performs on the SmackDown brand, has undergone a pretty drastic body transformation.

We all know about Gunther’s incredible body transformation, but fans may be less aware of the incredible changes that Kaiser has made to his appearance.

However, clearly wanting to make fans aware of the incredible shape that he’s in right now, Kaiser has shared a side-by-side image showing just how brilliant his progress has been.

Ludwig Kaiser’s incredible body transformation.

Taking to Twitter, IMPERIUM’s Ludwig Kaiser has shown off his incredible body transformation over the last year.

The SmackDown star, as you can see from the side-by-side image below, shows that Kaiser has leaned up dramatically over the last year, getting a lot more defined over the last few months too.

Kaiser was definitely not in bad shape when the photo on the right was taken, believed to be October 2021, but we can clearly see that he’s in much better physical condition now, looking like a total machine.

Ludwig Kaiser showing off his incredible body transformation
Ludwig Kaiser showing off his incredible body transformation

As noted, Kaiser isn’t the only member of IMPERIUM to have undergone an incredible body transformation as of late, with both Giovanni Vinci and Gunther now in better shape than they were previously.

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IMPERIUM reformed at WWE Clash at the Castle
IMPERIUM reformed at WWE Clash at the Castle

When did IMPERIUM reform?

The imposing IMPERIUM faction formed as part of the NXT UK brand in 2019, before moving onto NXT shortly thereafter.

However, the group was split when Gunther and Kaiser moved to SmackDown in April 2022, while Vinci (formerly Fabian Aichner) was left in NXT.

Triple H, after coming to power as Head of Creative in July, wasted little time in reforming the faction, bringing Vinci up to join his stablemates at Clash at the Castle in September.

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Gunther and Sheamus had one of the best WWE matches ever at Clash at the Castle
Gunther and Sheamus had one of the best WWE matches ever at Clash at the Castle

The group is now a full faction once again on the main roster, something that fans were calling to see pretty much as soon as Gunther and Kaiser were promoted without Vinci.

This week is set to be a big one for IMPERIUM, with Gunther defending his Intercontinental title against Sheamus on SmackDown in a rematch from their classic at Clash at the Castle last month.

The following night at Extreme Rules, IMPERIUM will take on Sheamus, Ridge Holland and Butch, collectively known as the Brawling Brutes, in a Good Old Fashioned Donnybrook match.

The match on Saturday evening will be the first time that IMPERIUM will have teamed up on pay-per-view since their move up to the main roster earlier this year.

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