Netflix’s ‘Too Hot to Handle‘ is a series wherein unwitting contestants step onto the shores of paradise thinking they would meet, mingle, and go wild with like-minded and equally good-looking singles from all over the world. However, all their dreams are shattered when a complete ban is placed on sexual contact. To win the $100,000 grand prize, the sexy individuals face celibacy for as long as possible. After all, each time someone slips, money gets deducted. So, if you are here to find out a bit more about participant Chase DeMoor, in particular, we’ve got the details for you.
Who is Chase DeMoor?
Chase DeMoor was born on June 12, 1996, in Washington, but his family moved to Arizona soon after, so that’s where he grew up. As a well-known professional football player, Chase knows that it’s pretty ironic that he never has to chase girls, claiming that he always has admirers lining up to date him. Fresh out of a five-year relationship at the time of filming, his sex drive and affinity towards women had skyrocketed. Therefore, he only wanted to have fun. Establishing deeper bonds and commitment were not on his mind, but the program’s rules turned that upside down.
In his own words, Chase loves to make people laugh and be the life of the party. “If you’re not entertained by my presence,” he confessed during his introduction to the world on the series, “I’m letting you down as a person.” The 6’5″ athlete calls himself an alpha male while also understanding that his good looks, personality, and professional skills help his game with the girls a lot. “I definitely ride my own wave,” he added. “I have my own vibe. I really bring my own energy into everything that I do.” And with that, the bachelor proved himself to be the one to watch out for this season.
Where is Chase DeMoor Now?
From what we can tell, after transferring from the College of the Siskiyous in California to Central Washington University around 2017, Chase DeMoor played collegiate-level football for the Wildcats. He completed his season there with a total of four tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, and two sacks for 17 yards. Thus, recently, Chase not only became a defensive lineman for the Houston Lineman in the Spring League, but he also won the championship with them. In fact, his team walked away after finishing as the #1 defense and offense, making the summer of 2021 one of the best seasons Chase has ever had. The trajectory of his professional career is only going upwards.
As per his Twitter, Chase lives in Phoenix, Arizona, and continuously looks to improve himself. His focus, it seems, is on staying truthful, positive, and motivational, which he tries to spread to his followers as well. On June 15, he tweeted, “Adversity doesn’t change you as a person, adversity reveals who you are. When adversity strikes you go back to your learning, a lot of times people reach a certain level of success that when adversity strikes (their) character can’t match it. Don’t be that person.” We’ll be honest, with his supporters, Chase might just become a social-media influencer soon.
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