Theme Song: Krow Studios – “Oh Fortuna (Remix)”
Win/Loss/Draw Record: 2-3-0
Total Matches: 5
Title History: None
Although he has wrestled under many different names, perhaps the most recognizable of them all is Krow. In 2004, Krow was on the receiving end of many beatings from people looking to take out their aggression. He was the first person that the Alliance attacked when they made their debut, he was blindsided many times by the then World Champion, Sinister, and he was the brutally teamed up on at the 2004 Royal Park Rumble.
At Wrestlefest III, those rumors were confirmed and Krow had made his long awaited return to WFA. He faced off against Draven and Patrick Blade in one of 2005’s most memorable hardcore pay-per-view matches and proved that although he had disappeared for a year, he still had the heart and dedication to compete with the current superstars.
Once again in 2006 Krow had disappeared, taking the name Kaleb Weylin and moving on to bigger things with his life. When he returned to WFA in 2008, he was now known as Eric Rave (although the crowd would never let him forget the name Krow). Though he had never accomplished championship status, Krow remains as one of the most unique wrestlers to grace WFA.
|01: Shockwave||Blade vs. Krow|
|02: Turmoil||Blake The Snake, Sinister, Blade and Krow Backstage Segment|
|02: Turmoil||Blade w/ Blake the Snake vs. Krow|
|02: Turmoil||The Alliance beats up Krow|
|03: Shockwave||Blake The Snake vs. Krow vs. Blade (Sinister Attacks)|
|05: Royal Park Rumble||Royal Park Rumble Highlight Video|
|06: Shockwave||Enforcer, Mike Hardy and Eric Rave Backstage Segment|
|06: Shockwave||Eric Rave vs. Mike Hardy|
|07: Shockwave||Eric Rave vs. Caution vs. Impact|