4 comments on “Manhunt International 2020: First Lunch

  1. NORMAN ISANG ARAW NA ITONG POST MO SA MANHUNT PERO TATLO PA LANG ANG NAG-COMMENT. PANG-APAT ITONG SA AKIN. KAILANGAN MO NANG MAG-POST NG PICTURES IN THEIR SWIMWEAR PARA MAKUHA ANG ATTENTION NG MGA FOLLOWER MO. BAKA INTERESTING PA ANG TATTOO NI LEMONON THAN THESE GUYS. He, he, he…

  2. Unlike other male pageants, Manhunt is purely a male modelling contest (think of a male version of Elite Model Search and Ford Super Model Contest). It says plainly so in its website: “Established in 1993, Manhunt International is the World’s first and longest running international male model contest. It is the worldwide search for the best male model from each country.” This is different from Mister World and Mister Supranational with multifaceted criteria.

    If you look closely at its roster of past winners, a lot are not necessarily “burly” muscular men or conventionally “pretty” men. All of them though have toned bodies, that’s for sure. Another common attribute is that the winners are your male equivalents to “fierce.” The organizers tend to look for those who can project well on the runway and have potential to be commercially viable – either in swimwear, in urban wear (June Macasaet won this portion during his stint), and in suits.

  3. Definitely not par with Mr World caliber wise

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  4. Guam, despite the unruly locks and shorter stature, registers STRONG.

    Brazil does not look as good on-site (here) as in his (filtered?) pre-arrival shots. ON-OFF, variable.

    Netherlands is consistent.

    Peru is on the way. A possible dark horse, imo, he is the type that can place in Poland.

    Really sorry, Mr. Tinio, but Kuya Dee looks more like a tall kid. Modelesque, indeed. But king? Nope.

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