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Local beefcakes compete for TV title of hottest Dallas bachelor

Local beefcakes compete for TV title of hottest Dallas bachelor

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For the official portrait of Dallas' hottest bachelors, Inside Edition provided the guys with black V-neck T-shirts. Photo courtesy of Inside Edition
Dallas bachelors Inside Edition
The Inside Edition hottest bachelor finalists shed their shirts at the NYLO Southside pool for a wet and wild photo shoot. Photo courtesy of Inside Edition
Dallas bachelors Inside Edition
Dallas bachelors Inside Edition

Well, just when you thought you had to hit a strip club to see men baring this much skin, Inside Edition recently came to Dallas in search of the city's hottest bachelors.

Before taking off their shirts for the camera, the group did 20 pushups to ensure their muscles were ready for their close-ups. The shoot concluded with the men in their bathing suits at the NYLO South Side pool, which boasts a spectacular view of the city these boys shamelessly represent.

Making Inside Edition's final cut were Victor Ulloa (22), FC Dallas soccer player; Brian Casad (30), fitness model and boxing gym owner; Tim McComsey (32), dietician; Johnathan Haggerty (26), NFL free agent; James McGowen (28), personal trainer; Geoff Wawro,(50), college professor at the University of North Texas and a TV commentator; Micah Matthews (27), electrical engineer; Tanner Childister (22), entrepreneur; Desmond Donahue (30), actor; Robert Lindsey (28), sports management professional; Kyle Turner (37), fireman; and Jason Ashley (39), country music singer.

Basic broads need not apply for Haggerty's heart, because he's looking to make beautiful babies with a beautiful woman. As for McComsey, he thinks he's hilarious, so if you're into the funny fellas, he's the one for you.

Casad wants everyone to know that he is not cheater. And if you're the girl who falls for the guy with a kid each season of The Bachelorette, then Turner, the firefighter, has a daughter who has to give you her nod of approval.

In the end, the title could only go to one man: Jason Ashley, the country music crooner, who earned 22.6 percent of the votes. He says singing isn't his only talent; he can also cook. The winner was announced September 17 at 2:30 pm on Inside Edition.

The program has played the game in other cities, including Washington D.C., Cleveland and Detroit. Not to mention the current voting that is happening to determine Houston's hottest bachelor.