Kenny, a 35-year-old professional wrestler from Las Vegas, NV, will introduce himself to The Bachelorette star Rachel Lindsay when Season 13 premieres Monday, May 22 at 9PM ET/PT on ABC.
"This is a case of 'don't judge the book by its cover,' because this cover is a whopper," Chris told Yahoo! TV of the bachelor who goes by the name "Kenny King" on Instagram and Twitter.
"Kenny is actually 'Pretty Boy Pitbull Kenny King.' That is his professional wrestler name. And as Rachel says, 'That doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. I can't even repeat that. What was that?' He explains that is his ring personality."
It will be interesting to see if Rachel, a 32-year-old attorney from Dallas who previously competed on Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor, will find Kenny's alter-ego sexy or, well, a little bit odd.
"He is the playboy bachelor with swag and the whole thing, but it turns out that is not really accurate in real life," Chris explained.
"He's a dad with a 10-year-old daughter. Once you get to know him, you can't imagine any of that wrestling stuff."
Chris suggests, however, that Kenny may emerge as a villain on The Bachelorette's next edition.
"He is a tough-as-nails competitor, though, and you will see that competitive side flair up," Chris said of the bachelor, who will be joined by 30 other men on Night 1.
"He has some run-ins with other guys, one in particular. He is very proud and when push comes to shove, he is going to push back."
The Bachelorette host confirmed to Yahoo! TV that there will be some memorable and shocking blow-ups this season. It remains to be seen, however, if Kenny will be involved.
"There is one verbal tirade that will go down in the history books, as it went on for 20 minutes. Just one person talking," Chris revealed.
"You can't expect to put that many type-A personalities in a room, especially when they are all trying to date the same girl, and expect them all to get along."
Although there will be drama, Chris insisted the Season 13 cast is filled with "more mature, professional" suitors than seasons past "ready to settle down" with Rachel, who is "a little older" and "established in her career."
Chris called the men "a strong group" who are "specifically interested in dating Rachel."