MWF 6: Noche Buena – Extended Highlights Video

Namimiss nyo na bang manood ng MWF shows? Habang hinihintay kung kailan ang susunod na palabas ng MWF, narito muna ang special extended highlight reel ng mga naganap sa MWF 6: Noche Buena!


Lucha Donna – 00:16 Bendeatha – 1:43 Coach Gus Queens – 1:52 Rex Lawin v Frankie Thurteen v Morgan Vaughn v Bro. Jomar – 2:10 Ninja Ryujin and Hanzello Shilva v Martivo and Ashura – 8:43 Khayl Sison v Sandata – 12:25 Jake De Leon v Mr. Lucha – 13:56 Gigz Stryker v RG – 17:55 Fabio Makisig v Robin Sane – 20:33


MWF 2018 – Sarili Mong Landas

Narito po ang simpleng handog ng MWF para sa inyo, mga #KapaFED, sa bisperas ng Pasko! Salamat po sa inspirasyong binigay ninyo sa amin. Kayo ang nagbigay sa amin ng lakas para ipagpatuloy ang aming mga pangarap!

Maligayang Pasko at manigong bagong taon sa ating lahat!



“Sarili Mong Landas”
music and lyrics by William Elvin

Malayo-layo na rin ang ating narating
Walang lilingunin pabalik
Tuloy-tuloy lang at wala nang aatras
Anumang maging wakas bukas

Wag na tayong maniwala
Wag na tayong makinig
Sa lahat ng nagsasabing wala tayong mararating
Ano ba’ng alam nila?

Tayo ang magdidikta
Tayo ang magsasabi
Tayo ang magpapasya
Walang makakapigil

Sa taas o baba, sa kaliwa o sa kanan
Ang buong mundo’y atin at wala nang hangganan
Kaya mong lumikha ng sarili mong landas!


MWF #FEDTalks – MWF 6: Noche Buena (Part 2)

In Part 2 of our insider discussion about MWF 6: Noche Buena, Joseph Montecillo “redeems” himself from his Intertextuality issue a few months back by gushing over JDL vs. Mr. Lucha. Did you also think the fan chants during the MWF Title Match took away from your experience? PLUS: What makes Fabio Makisig’s promos work? All this and so much more in MWF #FEDTalks with Joseph Montecillo, Mike Shannon and William Elvin.

#MakingWrestlingFun #ManilaVerse

Cover Photo by Miggy Hilario


MWF #FEDTalks – MWF 6: Noche Buena (Part 1)

Here’s the first part of #FEDTalks about MWF 6: Noche Buena, with Joseph Montecillo, Commissioner Mike Shannon and Creative Director William Elvin, with special guests Tarek El Tayech, Bro. Jomar, Jorelle and Khayl Sison! Hear insights and fun stories, including Joseph’s Christmas gift from Coach Gus!

#MakingWrestlingFun #KapaFED

Photo by Miggy Hilario

The ManilaVerse Canon – MWF 3: Republika

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





Poster by Manuel Mesina III

The UP Bahay ng Alumni was scorching hot in anticipation for the one-on-one match between bitter rivals Robin Sane and one of the founding fathers of Southeast Asian wrestling, former WWE Cruiserweight Classic and NXT competitor Ho Ho Lun from Hong Kong.

After Mr. Lucha’s defeat at the hands of his best friend and MWF co-pioneer Robin Sane, the rest of the Round 1 matches for the inaugural MWF Championship happened at MWF 3: Republika, bringing a few surprises, twists and turns to the ManilaVerse.

Fabio Makisig barely survived facing his own fears when he faced the ghostly Jorelle Liwanag, only beating (and outsmarting) MWF’s resident white lady via countout. The calm and focused Ninja Ryujin defeated Hanzello Shilva, who started showing bizarre signs of his animalistic tendencies in the match. Aldrin Richards defeated the newly re-christened Khayl (not Kyle) Sison, who came out in his full hypebeast persona for the first time with the help of PWR’s “The Kakaibros”. “Danger” Rex Lawin also continued his mean monstrous streak, not only eliminating The Man-Doll Martivo to advance in the tournament, but also attacking Martivo’s partner Robynn post-match. Also, in a bizarre and unfortunate twist of fate, “The Glitch” Morgan Vaughn has summoned his mask’s technological disruption powers to distract UP Diliman’s own RG, causing him to easily win the match in just a few seconds.

Although MWF’s Action Hero Gigz Stryker lost his Round 1 match against the interim bearer of the “Aklat ng Liwanag” Bro. Jomar, his movie star universe is shaping up more clearly, as he struggles to search and rescue the missing menudo girl Geenuh while stirring up a star-crossed romance with Neneng.

But the biggest story of the night was the painful unraveling of Mr. Lucha. The MWF KapaFEDs all witnessed his embarrassment, with his student Ashura slapping him hard after being defeated by Frankie Thurteen, who incidentally just returned from injury suffered at the hands of “Danger” Rex Lawin. Mr. Lucha’s other student, Khayl Sison, doubled down on the Pride of Sagada’s humiliation, as Sison verbally ripped his former mentor to shreds, saying that his association with Lucha held both him and Ashura down for the longest time.

Ho Ho Lun lost to Robin Sane, in one of Southeast Asian wrestling’s most talked about upset wins.

Lucha’s rage finally exploded before the night has ended. After Robin Sane defeated Ho Ho Lun – against all odds, with Lun bringing his own partial referee from China – via small package, the Hong Kong star wreaked havoc by attacking MWF officials including Commissioner Mike Shannon and threatening to publicly desecrate the Philippine flag. The made the whole MWF locker room, led by Mr. Lucha, come out and drive Lun away. However, the celebration did not even last a few seconds, when Khayl lowblowed Lucha and sparked the roster-wide violent brawl that left bodies scattered all over the UP Bahay ng Alumni.

Video from Trixie Dauz’ YouTube Channel Pinoy Screen and Stage

Amid the destruction, the three co-founders of the Manila Wrestling Federation – Ninja Ryujin, Robin Sane and Mr. Lucha – were the ones left standing, before the now-infamous Sagada Driver that betrayed years of friendship between Lucha and Sane was delivered.

The DVDX/Sagada Driver

The ManilaVerse was shaken to its core, but was only the beginning of a darker period for MWF.

MWF at HCon 2018: Schedule Updates

Witness the fun, thrilling and action-packed wrestling showcase presented by the Manila Wrestling Federation (MWF), the country’s sports and theatretainment company. The 3-day athletic spectacle features MWF’s colourful and uniquely Pinoy characters that will surely give History Con many unforgettable moments.

History Con 2018 

World Trade Center Manila, Diosdado Macapagal Blvd., Pasay City, Metro Manila

*Match cards subject to change

Day 1: August 10 (Friday) 



Day 2: August 11 (Saturday) 



Day 3: August 12 (Sunday) 



AFTERNOON B: 3 PM (History Maker Rumble)





MWF at HCon 2018: Day 1 Match Card Announcement

The Manila Wrestling Federation, the country’s fastest rising live sports and theatre entertainment company, today announced the scheduled matches for the first day of its presentation at History Channel’s HCon 2018, to be held at the World Trade Center Manila on August 10 to 12.

Morning Show: 11 AM

Afternoon Show: 3 PM