After the huge success of their biggest show PWR Special: Homecoming, premier Philippine pro wrestling company Philippine Wrestling Revolution (PWR) isn’t done for 2019 yet as the promotion is looking to end the year and the decade in a major way with PWR Vendetta 2019 on Sunday, November 24 at the Power Mac Center Spotlight in Circuit Makati.
The event will be headlined by the return of Filipino-Malaysian pro wrestling icon Shaukat, from Malaysia Pro Wrestling (MyPW), who feels he has been slighted after not being invited to Homecoming last October 12 despite being Filipino and helping bring recognition to the scene.
“I might not be from the WWE like [TJ Perkins], or from New Japan Pro Wrestling or Ring of Honor like Jeff Cobb, maybe I’m not as beautiful as [Billy Suede], but I have Filipino blood coursing in my veins. Unlike those guys, I have contributed so much more to the Philippine wrestling industry. I was the very first person to bring Filipino wrestlers to the eyes of Southeast Asia,” Shaukat declared.
One more story to watch out for at Vendetta is the rise of the Age of MSG in the PWR landscape after MSG member Chris Panzer won the PWR Championship in a thrilling three-way match with former champion QUATRO and top international wrestler Jeff Cobb at Homecoming. The new Kampeon ng Pilipinas will be in action at the show, and it will surely address where the group goes next in their quest to achieve #MSGALLBELTS.
End the year and the decade on a high note at PWR Vendetta 2019 on Sunday, November 24 at the Power Mac Center Spotlight. Tickets are already available at Ticket2Me.net for only P399 for a single ticket and P1,099 for a Barkada Bundle of three tickets.
For more info and updates on PWR Vendetta 2019, like Philippine Wrestling Revolution on Facebook at facebook.com/PHWrestlingRevo, and follow PWR on Twitter and Instagram at @pwrofficial.
About Philippine Wrestling Revolution
PWR is the Philippines’ premier wrestling company, established in 2014 by a group of individuals who expressed a desire to singlehandedly found a pro wrestling industry in the country. Since then, PWR has rapidly grown and evolved, putting on a quality local pro wrestling product every month since 2015. PWR has also drawn the attention of the rest of the pro wrestling world, including WWE, consistently importing regional and international stars and exporting quality homegrown talent abroad.