MWF 5: Todos Los Wrestling Highlights Video (PLUS: Noche Buena Promo Video feat. Santa Claus)

[MWF 5 Official Highlights Video] Let’s take a look at the best in-ring action moments from MWF 5: Todos Los Wrestling! Magsama-sama po tayong muli sa December 1, Saturday para MWF 6: Noche Buena, mga #KapaFED! Sino ang magwawagi kina Mr. Lucha at Jake De Leon? Sino ang tatanghaling unang MWF Champion, si Fabio Makisig ba o si Robin Sane?

#ManilaVerse, get your tickets now through Ticket2Me and get special group discounts at http://www.mwfinsiderblog.com/buy-your-tickets! You can also send us your reservations through Facebook PM.

MWF is #MakingWrestlingFun!

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“Sagot Kita 5: Stryke, Rattle and Roll” feat. JC Santos // Starring Gigz Stryker RG and Elora Espano

MWF’s Resident Action Hero Gigz Stryker finally concludes his search for the missing Original Menudo Girl, Geenuh. However, a new challenge presents itself as RG’s new girlfriend Neneng a.k.a Menudo Girl #2 is reported to have disappeared. More sinister details about the cult “Ang Bahay ng Liwanag” is uncovered when a very good-looking Liwanag member is revealed to be behind the kidnappings.

Saan hahantong ang tagpong ito, mga #KapaFED? Abangan sa “Sagot Kita 6: D’ Final Showdown”, ipapalabas sa December 1, MWF 6: Noche Buena sa UP Bahay ng Alumni, Diliman, QC.

#AksyoNovela #MakingWrestlingFun #ManilaVerse

STARRING Gigz Stryker RG Elora Espano as Geenuh Fabio Makisig Bro. Jomar Liwanag Rev. Moises Liwanag Jorelle Liwanag The YOLO Twins and JC Santos as Bossing

Written by Llermo Gil Directed by Roberto X. Tiglao XVIII

MWF #FEDTalks – MWF 5: Todos Los Wrestling Part 2

The UP Police arrested Rex Lawin, Frankie Thurteen flirted with Jorelle, and PWR defeated MWF in their own house! PLUS: Tarek is annoyed with all the cursing throughout the show. Listen to more detailed insights from two of the creative minds behind MWF: William Elvin and Mike Shannon. This is #FEDTalks hosted by Joseph Montecillo.

Photo by Miggy Hilario

MWF #FEDTalks – MWF 5: Todos Los Wrestling Part 1

Why did Fabio Makisig help Robin Sane win his semifinal match against “Danger” Rex Lawin? Is Fabio a face or a heel? PLUS: Bro. Jomar’s moveset influence, Gigz Stryker and RG as Ryu and Ken, Ashura needs to chill a bit, and is that really JC Santos in “Sagot Kita 5: Stryke, Rattle and Roll”? All these and more in Part 1 of #FEDTalks with William Elvin and Mike Shannon, hosted by Joseph Montecillo

Photo by Miggy Hilario

The ManilaVerse Canon: The Prologue – MWF Open House // Level UP

Written By Mike Shannon, William Elvin Manzano and Tarek El Tayech

MWF Open House: Level Up Promotional Poster, featuring Mr. Lucha.

Prologue: Open House//Level UP (February 25, 2018) 

The MWF roster was revitalized by the announcement of a new management, led by Commissioner Mike Shannon, that promises to take them to a whole new level after a year of putting up shows at the now-defunct Makati Cinema Square. MWF’s new, wider audience at the University of the Philippines Diliman were introduced to the colorful characters of the Manila Wrestling Federation,  the stars of the Philippines’ very first Wrestling AksyoNovela.

Among the scene stealers was “Danger” Rex Lawin, with his career manager Gus Queens, who dominated UP Diliman student RG in a featured match. Meanwhile, the young, brash and confident Frankie Thurteen has immediately made a mark in the MWF by defeating Ashura, who had a bit of an altercation with her fellow grappling trainee, Kyle Sison.

To end the show and to promote the company’s first official big event, “MWF 1: Kasaysayan”, the MWF management held a parade of characters to introduce the MWF roster. However, a loud-mouthed bully from Batasan named Fabio Makisig decided to turn the colorful parade into a big brawl by taunting everyone in the group.

Commissioner Mike Shannon then turned the brawl into an impromptu over-the-top-rope battle royal, and promised the winner to receive the company’s first accolade, the History Maker Award.

The battle royal had two of MWF’s pioneers, Robin Sane and Mr. Lucha, as the last two men standing after Lucha had eliminated top prospect Frankie Thurteen. The need to win the important match fueled Robin Sane to push Mr. Lucha out of the ring, while the “Pride of Sagada”’s back was turned.

The stage is set for MWF’s Year One.