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Manila Wrestling Federation Invades QC This April With 'Kasaysayan'


Quezon City, mag-ingay!

Fresh off the Manila Wrestling Federation's thunderous 2018 kick-off/relaunch at MWF Open House: Level UP, the up-and-coming promotion is finally breaking free from the dingy Makati Square Arena to bring their unique brand of sports entertainment up north.

First up: their first full show for 2018, MWF Kasaysayan, scheduled on Sunday, April 8 at The Elements in Eton Centris Business Park, Quezon City. The show starts at 7 PM, and promises an intriguing look at MWF's blossoming roster in action.


Ticket prices have yet to be announced, but the company's fans—or mga kapa-FED, as MWF likes to call them—are sure to be salivating at the chance to see some scrappy professional wrestling up close.


Main-eventing the show will be an all-star tag match featuring the high-flying Robin Sane teaming up with Hong Kong-based star and former WWE/NXT talent Ho Ho Lun to take on the lumbering Mr. Lucha, who will be bolstered by the presence of Southeast Asian journeyman The Eurasion Dragon—a man who's won gold in practically every single country he's wrestled in.

That match alone should be worth the price of admission.


The undercard is going to be hellacious as well, with every other star on the roster scheduled to see action, including the popular "90s Action Star" Gigz Stryker, the brash "Backstreet Bully" Fabio Makisig, and the always-deadly pairing of "Coach" Gus Queens and "Danger" Rex Lawin.


Fans will also have the chance to meet MWF's new voices, including the likes of actor Tarek El Tayech on show commentary, and brand-new ringside interviewer Kathrina Paula.


Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to see live pro wrestling in Quezon City, mga ka-smarkada! We'll keep you all posted with ticket details and match storylines in the coming weeks.

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MWF Kasaysayan is happening on Sunday, April 8, at The Elements in Centris. Show starts at 7 PM. Ticket pricing and availability will be announced soon, but you may contact the Manila Wrestling Federation directly on their official Facebook page for further details.

Disclosure: Smark Henry is independently run and managed by a group of local pro wrestling fans, but includes members affiliated with the Philippine Wrestling Revolution.

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