Philippine Volcanoes’ Andrew Wolff Aims Mister World Title !

The World’s next big thing..


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Model-athlete Andrew James Peñaflorida Wolff (better known as Andrew Wolff) is aiming to bring the first Mister World title for the Philippines. He is  considered as one of the favorites on the ongoing  7th edition of Mr. World (the male counterpart of Miss World) with the final night schedulded tonight, November 24 in Kent, England. Andrew will be competing against 53 gorgeous men from around the world to get the title.

High Hopes With Andrew

Andrew excelled in some challenge vents of the Mister World prior to the finals, since he is an athlete and model at the same time, this made him a favorite to make it in semifinals or even bring home our very first Mister World title.

According to MWP director Cory Quirino  during a media conference that Mr. World is involved in serving society’s less fortunate; the pageant serves as a vehicle to promote a message of love, peace.

Sexy Andrew

Andrew is 6’2″ tall —who is of Filipino-British descent and a member of the Philippine Volcanoes—embodies all the qualities of Mr. World, says Quirino. The model/actor/athlete’s name came up in an internal judging consisting of 20 members who, in the end, unanimously voted for Wolff. Other prospective representatives mostly came from talent agencies. Wolff, says Quirino, is the ideal representative to the competitions because he uses his gifts both physically and intellectually and actively gives back to society.

Anyways aside from the Philippines other favorites are:

Belgium – Gianni Sennesael

Mr. England – Roland Johnson

Colombia – Francisco Javier ESCOBAR PARRA

Mr. Mexico – Enrique Ramírez Mayagoitia

Peru – Rodrigo Fernandini

Mr.Croatia – Vanja Grgeć

Mr.  Ireland – Leo Delaney

Venezuela – Jesús ZAMBRANO


Puerto Rico – Alberto Cerro

Spain – Alvaro Villanueva Santos

Peru – Rodrigo Fernandini

Belgium – Gianni Sennesael

Mr. Mexico – Enrique Ramírez Mayagoitia

Puerto Rico – Alberto Cerro


Spain – Alvaro Villanueva Santos

Venezuela – Jesús ZAMBRANO

Andrew with MWP head Cory Quirino