A shirtless Matt Bomer is in the boxing ring

Hunky star exhibits his Magic Mike body in episode of White Collar

A shirtless Matt Bomer is in the boxing ring
07 September 2012 Print This Article

Matt Bomer, already in terrific shape, got into even more amazing shape for his role as a male stripper in the summer hit Magic Mike.

As far as we’re concerned, we didn’t get to see near enough of Matt in the film which was filled with other hunks including Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey, Joe Manganiello and Alex Pettyfer.

But, thankfully, we get to see plenty of the gorgeous and gay Matt in his weekly USA Network series White Collar.

In next week’s episode, his character of Neal Caffrey will be stepping into the ring for a little bout with his onscreen partner, FBI Agent Peter Burke (Tim McKay).

In the episode, Neal discovers a boxing ring where traders fight for insider information. In order to take down the corrupt CEO, Peter and Neal must step out of the office and step in to the ring.

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