Friday, February 3rd, 2017 will mark the quarter-century anniversary of Wing Bowl, as Wing Bowl 25 presented by Steven Singer Jewelers will take place at Wells Fargo Center beginning at 6 a.m. Special guests includeprofessional wrestler Ric Flair and Grammy Award winning artist Coolio. Also known as the Nature Boy, Flair is among the most famous and well-known wrestlers in the world, and has been one of wrestlings biggest stars since the late 1970s. Flair was often popular with the crowd due to his in-ring antics, including rule breaking (earning him the distinction of being the dirtiest player in the game), his cocky interview style, strutting and his shouting of WOOOOO! The WOOOOO! yell has since become a tribute to Flair, and is often shouted by the crowd whenever they see Ric or when another a wrestler performs one of Flairs signature moves. Coincidentally, the WOO has become a part of Flyers games at the Wells Fargo Center during the teams current nine-game win streak. Also appearing at Wing Bowl 25 will be Coolio, performing a set of his hit songs. With over 17 million records sold worldwide, Grammy award-winning and multi-platinum recording artist Coolio is an artist known around the world as a musical and cooking master of extraordinaryreinvention. WIP Morning Show co-host Al Morganti, who co-founded Wing Bowl 25 years ago with host Angelo Cataldi said, Its amazing that Wing Bowl is still around 25 years later and has become this big. We have a duty to make this one the biggest and the best, so thats what well do. Tickets for the 25th annual competitive chicken wing eating event are $12.50 and go on sale Tuesday, December 13 at 9 a.m. online at WellsFargoCenterPhilly.com , by calling 1-800-298-4200 or in person at Wells Fargo Center.Partial proceeds will benefit the Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police Survivors Fund.
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