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PWR Gets Up and Close With Maria Ozawa (But Not Like That)


Philippine Wrestling Revolution stars Mayhem Brannigan, Ken Warren, John Sebastian, and Peter Versoza had a pretty busy Tuesday night, being present at Sole Slam Manila's event called Maria Ozawa Up Close and Personal at Hotel H2O Manila. The former JAV star is in the country to promote her film with Robin Padilla, Nilalang (The Entity), which begins production soon, and is also part of this year's Metro Manila Film Festival lineup. (We see you, Phil Dy.)

There was a Q&A segment for the audience, and the boys from PWR wasted no time in getting Maria's attention. The Social Media Sinister himself, Ken Warren (who may or may not have been responsible for The Fappening) grabbed the mic and asked Maria if she was a wrestling fan.

The video of the whole thing is below (don't worry, it's perfectly safe for work, ya dirty lug):



Ken Warren - PWR gives the lovely Maria Ozawa a little souvenir: his EAT.SLEEP.POST.RETWEET Shirt! LAKAS! #THAT
Posted by Philippine Wrestling Revolution on Tuesday, June 23, 2015
The Social Media Sinister also boldly presented Maria with one of his own signature t-shirts, which she happily posed with.

That's the money shot right there.
Photo from Ken Warren's Facebook page

Later in the night, Peter Versoza and John Sebastian joined Warren in line to have their own photos with Maria Ozawa.

Welp. Someone got a little too close.
Photo from Peter Versoza's Facebook page
We wonder how "Classical" Bryan Leo feels about missing out on this one.
Photo from John Sebastian
We at the Smark Henry offices are proud of the PWR stars for having their own one-on-one moments, however brief (and briefs still on), with Maria Ozawa. Good job, boys. Here's Orson Welles.




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