It is time to do the ladies justice and bring the most handsome men in this country together. Hungarian women might be one of the most beautiful in the world, but there can be no complaint about Hungarian men either.
30-year-old Dániel Gyurta used to be a competitive swimmer who mainly competed in the 200-metre breaststroke. He retired in March 2018. He always had a secure place on the list of the sexiest Hungarian sportsmen.
The whole world has had several chances to admire his finely muscly build-up as he was swimming for success. With his Olympic gold, three World Championship and two European Championship gold medals, he is one of the most successful Hungarian swimmers. He grew up in front of our eyes as he was only 15 at the time of his first Olympic Games when he tore in with a silver medal and awed Hungary. We have good news: he also has a similarly handsome brother, Gergely.
Olivér Pusztai won the Mr Gay Hungary contest at the end of last year, which meant that he got to represent our country at the international Mr Gay World 2019, hosted in Cape Town, South Africa. He finished the contest as second runner up. He is an influencer and a YouTuber, but he also works in the media industry as an editor. In 2018, he was awarded as the best blogger of the year in Hungary. Olivér is officially the world’s third sexiest gay man. Watch his introduction video to Mr Gay World here.
36-year-old Gábor Kucsera is a world champion kayaker. Between 2005 and 2009, Kucsera, together with his partner won two gold, one silver and three bronze medals in the 500m and 1000m canoeing and kayaking world championship events. He was banned from competitive sports for four years in 2015 when his doping tests indicated traces of cocaine. He is married to former Hungarian hand ballplayer Szabina Tápai, who is featured on our Sexiest Hungarian Women list. They do make a handsome couple.
42-year-old Ervin Nagy is a Hungarian actor known for movies such as Kincsem, On Body and Soul, and White God, all of which are featured on IMDB’s list of the top 20 Hungarian films ever. He played the lead role in Kincsem, which is a homage to the world’s most excellent thoroughbred racehorse. Kincsem has broken the box office record for a Hungarian film, and it was awarded as the Best International Film as the movie with the Best Cinematography and Best Screenplay at the Wine Country Film Festival in California. He regularly appears in popular Hungarian television shows like A Tanár, and acts in many Hungarian plays.
38-year-old Máté Felcser is one of the founders of popular Hungarian hip-hop band Punnany Massif. The band identifies its own music as society-funk, and they have a massive fan base here in Hungary. The band has published 6 albums so far, the latest one in 2018. You can catch them at any major festival.
Source: Daily News Hungary, Wikipedia, Instagram