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Raven featured on new WWE Fury Compilation for April 16th '15 times Superstars wielded unusual weapons' on Official WWE Youtube Channel
POSTED ON April 27 2017

Raven is featured on a brand new video on the official WWE YouTube channel at YouTube.com/WWE as part of the new WWE Fury weekly playlists.



For those who don't know, WWE Fury is a new playlist that highlights interesting or cool move compilations. The official description states, "Get your adrenaline pumping with WWE Fury, the most action-packed collection of hard-hitting moves and breath-taking athleticism you’ll see all week! Tune in every Sunday for more WWE Fury."

The video Raven is mentioned in is entitled "15 times Superstars wielded unusual weapons:" and the description states, "Forget tables, ladders and chairs. This edition of WWE Fury celebrates the most unconventional foreign objects to come into play in the ring, including the kitchen sink."

The kitchen sink reference is a reference to Raven's appearance in the video, in a clip from WCW Spring Stampede where Raven clocks now-WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page with a kitchen sink during their WCW United States Championship Title Match on April 19, 1998, It is the only move referenced from WCW or out of current continuity in the video. You can see the full match on the WWE Network or check out a clip here from the WWE's Youtube channel:



Here's a bonus WWE video on Raven from the past year as well; "Five Superstars Who Won Titles in WWE, WCW, and ECW" from their 5 Things playlist



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EPISODE #9 OF THE RAVEN EFFECT PODCAST 'Raven's Intro to the Wrestling Business, Learning in Memphis and Remembering the Territories' ON THE JERICHO NETWORK IS NOW POSTED UP ON PODCASTONE
POSTED ON April 24 2017

The ninth episode of The Raven Effect podcast on The Jericho Network is now posted up on PodCastOne. Check it out at http://podcastone.com/episode/Ravens-Intro-to-the-Wrestling-Business,-Learning-in-Memphis-and-Remembering-the-Territories



On this week's show, Raven and Busby look back at how Raven broke into pro wrestling, from training at the Monster Factory to learning the craft down in Memphis under the world's greatest babyface, Jerry Lawler. Also, a bouncer puts chicken breasts in his pants. Lots of great wrestling stories in "The Secret Origin of Raven!"

Elsewhere on the show: The Sandman watches THE WIZARD OF OZ! Don Owen drinks your beer! Pennies falling from skyscrapers! And Busby curates some "extreme" pro wrestling fanfic!

Send in your comments and questions to fanmail@theraveneffect.com and you might get your letter read on the show!

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Raven talks to Title Match Wrestling about Vince Russo, the Bischoff/Hogan Regime in TNA & more!
POSTED ON April 21 2017

Raven recorded a series of interviews on various wrestling topics with Title Match Wrestling over Wrestlemania 33 weekend in Orlando, FL. Here, we find out why Raven thinks Vince Russo shouldn't write main event storylines, thoughts on David Arquette becoming WCW Champions, the Hulk Hogan & Eric Bischoff era in TNA and why Raven eventually left the company.



Why Raven thinks Vince Russo shouldn't write main event storylines, thoughts on David Arquette becoming WCW Champions, the Hulk Hogan & Eric Bischoff era in TNA and why Raven eventually left the company. Raven sat down exclusively with Title Match Wrestling over Wrestlemania 33 weekend in Orlando.



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Raven on Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania 33
POSTED ON April 20 2017

Raven recorded a series of interviews on various wrestling topics with Title Match Wrestling over Wrestlemania 33 weekend in Orlando, FL. They will be releasing it in parts & in this installment he talks about Undertaker vs. Reigns at Wrestlemania 33.



EXCLUSIVE: We asked Raven how he would book Undertaker and Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania 33. Obviously we now know the Undertaker lost to Reigns and essentially ended his career but it is interesting to explore other possibilities and outcomes.

Raven is a man who had a short against the Undertaker back in 2000 and could have had an incredible feud with him had they crossed paths in ECW or WCW. So did WWE make the right decision by having Roman Reigns finish the Undertaker's career? Raven sat down exclusively with Title Match Wrestling over Wrestlemania 33 weekend in Orlando.



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Raven on his 22-year long feud with Tommy Dreamer & how TNA kept him from being on ECW One Night Stand 2005
POSTED ON April 19 2017

Raven recorded a series of interviews on various wrestling topics with Title Match Wrestling over Wrestlemania 33 weekend in Orlando, FL. They will be releasing it in parts & in this installment he talks about how proud he is of his long feud with Tommy Dreamer and how he almost ended up on ECW One Night Stand 2005.



Did you know Raven was asked to work WWE's ECW One Night Stand back in 2005 when he was under contract with TNA? According to Raven (Scott Levy) he was initially granted the ok to work WWE's ECW pay-per-view but later, TNA refused to let him participate. The main event of the show saw the Dudleyz wrestle Tommy Dreamer and The Sandman. What would have happened if Raven was booked?

We also asked Raven about his time in TNA and the ECW themed PPV they held years later. Raven and Tommy Dreamer fought each other on that show for the last time on national TV, although they still manage to battle each other at independent shows across the country.



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New Interview Series with Raven from Title Match Wrestling from Wrestlemania 33 Weekend
POSTED ON April 18 2017

Raven recorded a series of interviews on various wrestling topics with Title Match Wrestling over Wrestlemania 33 weekend in Orlando, FL. They will be releasing it in parts over the coming weeks and here's the first installment with Raven's thoughts on wrestling AJ Styles and his current run in WWE:



Raven worked with AJ Styles a lot back in TNA, This was early-mid 2000s after AJ finished up a short stint in WCW and gained experience working indys. Raven (Scott Levy) didn't train AJ, but being a veteran in the business at that time, he gave gave Styles a lot of advice.



So how was AJ to work with back then? How cool is it to see him main event WWE shows today?



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