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Joey Styles tells VOC Nation that Thinks Dolph Ziggler is Underutilized in WWE

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The “Voice of ECW” and current WWE.com staffer Joey Styles joined the VOC Wrestling Nation to help celebrate the anniversary of VOC Nation’s 1 year move from AM Radio to the Cloud. You can listen to the entire show, also featuring Jimmy Hart, Tommy Dreamer, Stevie Richards, Hernandez, and others at http://vocnation.com.

Here are some of the highlights of what Joey had to say:

On Dolph Ziggler Being Underutilized: “My very good friend Dolph Ziggler isn’t being used to the best of his potential. You want to be very careful who you hand the ball to, but I think Dolph is someone that you can absolutely hand the ball to because his work is very exciting. He is unbelievably crisp and great on the mic; he is a big fan of standup comedy and he can ad lib as well (if he is given permission to do it). He’s also never going to embarrass the company, he’s never going to get in trouble with the law, he’s a model guy.”

On Daniel Bryan’s Rise to Success: “The storyline got him over the top to be someone that you would by a ticket for. I was such a fan of his before he even came to WWE. The whole idea of making him lose in 18 seconds to Sheamus did more for him than winning by cheating. That was good for Daniel Bryan (it led to the YES chant the next night on Raw). The fact that the entire company (on the storyline) is ganging up against him, (is a result of the fact that) you wouldn’t do that for someone that you weren’t ready to hand the ball to.”

On Internet Fans being relevant: “People say Internet fans like they’re a small group. More people have the Internet than have cable tv now. They’re not a vocal minority, they are the only vocal fans. Nobody in our company wanted to acknowledge that (Twitter and Social Media) was as big as it was; but thankfully we got ahead of that and we as a company are huge on Social Media.”

On Hulk Hogan being on the front page of wwe.com the day that the Internet reported that his TNA contract expired: “Absolutely (that was intentional). Nobody at wwe.com knows if the (front office) is talking to Hulk Hogan. But it’s out there on every other site; we know that fans are thinking it, so why wouldn’t we use all of the videos and content that we own and use it on the site to build traffic and entertain the fans?”

On the upcoming WWE 2K14 Video Game: “I’m not a gamer, but this game is amazing. You can create your own wrestler and really make anybody (even wrestling personalities that aren’t in the game).

You can book Joey Styles for appearances by contacting erik@wrestlingmarx.com.

The VOC Nation Radio Network was born out of AM Radio in Philadelphia, and has grown into one of the largest and most successful modern media networks in the world.

The VOC Nation Radio Network’s roots began in pro wrestling with the VOC Wrestling Nation drawing tens of thousands of weekly listeners at WNJC Philadelphia. In 2012, Bruce Wirt left WNJC and took VOC Nation into “the cloud”, providing live, daily programming in multiple genres.

VOC Nation in ranked in the top 1% of online listenership, and has had A list guests from all walks of entertainment. Hulk Hogan, Sting, Roberta Flack, Lou Ferrigno, are just a few of the many talented guests that have appeared on VOC Nation programming.

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