Rob Zombie To Guest Host Monday Night Raw in Philadelphia

Jason Taylor@jtay59Correspondent IJune 4, 2010

PWInsider.com is reporting that heavy metal musician, Rob Zombie will be the guest host for Monday Night Raw on June 28th. Raw will take place at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, PA.

WWE had announced that Khloe Kardashian would be the guest host, but had to rescind the announcement as she wasn't 100% confirmed. At that point, WWE tapped Zombie for the guest host slot.

Zombie is the founder of the heavy metal band White Zombie, and has received three Grammy nominations as a solo artist for Best Metal Performance.

Rob has made wrestling-related appearances in the past, including a taped appearance on Raw performing "Never Gonna Stop" on stage with Edge.

He also made an appearance for the original ECW, introducing an episode of "Hardcore TV" in a short scene taped at Irving Plaza in New York City.

During their run, ECW used several White Zombie songs on television and pay-per-view.

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