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Panzer earns shot at Malaysian pro wrestling title in PWR yearender

Panzer, despite getting tired and battered, stood up in victory. Ivan Saldajeno
By Ivan Saldajeno

MAKATI--Chris Panzer will represent the Philippine Wrestling Revolution in the pro wrestling promotion's first cross-country collaboration with the Malaysian Pro Wrestling.

Panzer, dubbed as the Leader of the Panzer Army, defeated Fighters for Hire's Miguel Rosales for the number one contender for the MyPW title in the co-main event of PWR's pre-Christmas event dubbed as "Terminus" at the IAcademy Auditorium on Saturday night.

Despite Rosales controlling the match, Panzer bounced back and finished off his opponent with three straight slams from the top rope and the three-count.

Panzer will head to Malaysia to face the MyPW champion in a way of showing friendship and partnership between the two pro wrestling outfits in Southeast Asia.

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