recognized as "one of the best talkers in wrestling", Raven is known
for his "psychological heel tactics" and grunge-inspired gimmick. He is
recognized as the most decorated wrestler in the history of WWE with 32
separate title reigns under the WWE, WCW and ECW banners, including a
record 27 reigns as WWF/E Hardcore Champion.
Come here Raven tell jokes and exciting stories about his career.
The show will take place at Rails Craft Brews and Eatery located at 114 Saint Louis Avenue in Seymour.
$7 GA / $17 VIP Until 7-21-17 (Early Bird Special)
$12 GA / $22 VIP
** Show is 18 and over
** Tickets are $5 more at the door
** All seats are non-refundable.
** Please bring ID that matches name on will-call orders. (Will call at door upon opening and get admission with your ID that matches or the order number and name)
** VIP Seats are usually located in first three rows of stage.
Catch Raven perform comedy and tell stories of his wrestling experiences.
Few antagonists in the history of sports-entertainment have stirred as much controversy in the squared circle as the man from The Bowery called Raven. The grungy sociopath terrorized opponents and fans alike in major wrestling organizations including WWE, WCW and the original incarnation of ECW.
Raven may have looked like a roadie for Pearl Jam, but he had the brains to become one of the ring's most influential leaders. Surrounded by converts like Richards, Blue Meanie, The Pitbulls and Cactus Jack, the sadistic messiah became a villainous idol in Philadelphia's original ECW by employing a mesmerizing blend of an indomitable demeanor and glib prose. His signature sign off became Edgar Allen Poe's elegant line, "Quoth the Raven, 'Nevermore.' "
Raven captured the ECW World Championship on 2 occasions before leaving to the shores of WCW, the WWE and TNA Impact! Wrestling where he continued his role as a strong antagonist. Appearing in films such as Death Racers and Sleeper as well as writing comics for Marvel, the man known as Raven wielded much influence in today's WWE as well as popular culture.