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VOC Wrestling Nation – 8/8/12 – Dawn Marie’s Exclusive Response to Kamala and Meanie; Impact Wrestling’s Hernandez; Arenachicks’ Amber and Shelly

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 Dawn Marie’s Exclusive Response to Kamala and Meanie;

Impact Wrestling’s Hernandez;

Arenachicks’ Amber and Shelly

The VOC Wrestling Nation was live on 1360 WNJC and WORLDWIDE on on 8/8/12 as we attempted to debate the heartfelt topic of drugs and alcohol abuse in wrestling, as well as get to the bottom of the Kamala/Dawn Marie/Wrestler’s Rescue Controversy.

Featuring the debut song “She Went Through My Phone” by VOC Nation featured artist That Boy AB at the end of the broadcast.

A.B. is a local hip-hop artist from Cherry Hill, NJ who has built a significant following in the South Jersey/Philadelphia area. He is known for his new school style, clever lyrics, and catchy lines. He’s recently teamed up with AVN Nominee Jacky Joy to work on a college tour called the “Wrap It Up” tour in which he will be performing at various venues/bars in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. (anything else you would like to add that might spice this up)

Hernandez from TNA Impact Wrestling joined the show to discuss his time in TNA, his relationship with Homicide, his feelings when Homicide was released, working with the Guererro Family, and Mexcian wrestlers attempting to adapt to the American style.

Amber O’Neal and Shelly Martinez represented Arenachicks and told us what was coming up for the league of ladies in the near future, as well as what would go down this week at the 2012 Gathering of the Juggalos. Shelly also recounts her inspirations in wrestling, her time in WWE’s ECW, and her plans to take Arenachicks to iPPV.

And in the interview you don’t want to miss, former WWE/ECW Diva Dawn Marie calls in on the WNJC/VOC Nation listener line to clear up the controversy regarding payments from Wrestler’s Rescue to Kamala that he supposedly never received.

Dawn emotionally defends her organization, talks about the difference between the “for profit” Wrestler’s Rescue organization and the “non profit” Pro Wrestling Relief venture, and gives us vivid detail from all of the past campaign to help those in need.

This is an episode that you do not want to miss!

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