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Thursday, February 17, 2005

Fearless Pinoys at Subic

HOW far would you go to experience extreme excitement? Would you traverse a two-inch steel beam suspended three stories high? Would you eat a cat's intestine or a bull's testicles? Would you dare go underwater with ferocious crocodiles?

Ten daring individuals who have the guts for these adventures will compete in the Philippines' first extreme stunt television production on AXN. The show, called Enervon AXN Xtreme, will be broadcast soon in more than 30 Asian countries.

After six hours of grueling tryouts and tough interviews during the qualifying rounds last December at the Rizal Coliseum, five guys and five girls were chosen to compete.

The Pinoy male species is represented by young politician Marc Leviste, commercial model Geoff Rodriguez, Mechanical Engineering student Gong Shu Xian, future scuba diver Fabian Mangahas and "student for life" Jimmy Hendra.

Challenging the guys are Chinese educator Jolly Chinuangco, party animal Monick Enriquez, single mother Cookie Lee, smiley-faced Anne Luverne Olandez and Filipino-American beauty queen Michelle Nocon.

Subic was the perfect setting for the extreme challenges presented in the show. Starting Feb. 24, catch all finalists in three hair-raising episodes that will see them carry out one thrilling feat after another in their quest for Asia-wide fame, fortune and glory.

Join in the fun and vote for your favorite contestant on AXN's website when an online poll kicks off on February 21. For plucky Pinoys who want to experience first-hand the spirit of the Enervon AXN Xtreme stunts, an on-ground event has been laid out for mid-February, giving the public a chance to share in the extreme action


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