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Simply Put: The Worldwide Leader in Entertainment. The VOC Nation Radio Network was born out of AM Radio in Philadelphia, and has grown into one of the largest and most successful Internet radio networks in the world. Anchored by the flagship VO ...more
Simply Put: The Worldwide Leader in Entertainment. The VOC Nation Radio Network was born out of AM Radio in Philadelphia, and has grown into one of the largest and most successful Internet radio networks in the world. Anchored by the flagship VOC Wrestling Nation radio program, the VOC Nation Radio Network gives listeners much more than just professional wrestling. With our "something for everyone" mantra, the VOC Nation Radio Network boasts programming in sports, entertainment, comedy, and even politics. From wrestling personalities such as Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, Joey Styles, Matt Hardy, and Mick Foley, to entertainers like Lou Ferrigno, The Insane Clown Posse, Roberta Flack, and Kristy Swanson, the VOC Nation brings you the worlds top superstars. Over 100,000 people listen to VOC Nation Radio Network programming monthly, so what are you waiting for? There are plenty of ways to listen: Visit us online at: http://vocnation.com Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/voc-nation-radio-network/id524862508 Find us on Stitcher: VOC Nation Radio Network Follow us on twitter: @vocnation
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April 19, 2014 07:00 AM PDT

Former WWE and TNA Diva "Funtime" Shelly Martinez joined by her sister Danielle Martinez, taking listeners on a reality radio tour of their lives. From acting auditions in hollywood to dating in the world of pro wrestling, Martinez Girls Radio is uncensored, unscripted, and addictingly entertaining.

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Call Save Wrestling or any VOC Nation Radio Show live, toll free at 855-VOC-RADIO (855-862-7234).

About VOC Nation:

The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia. Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.

The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. VOC Nation features live programming 6 days a week, and has featured top guests in multiple genres: Lou Ferrigno, Hulk Hogan, Roberta Flack, Jesse Ventura, Kristy Swanson, and countless other athletes and entertainers have appeared in the VOC Nation Radio Network, eliciting media coverage from both printed and Internet press.

VOC Nation Radio has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and downloadable podcasts to over 40,000 listeners monthly on VOCnation.com. VOC Nation is closing in on 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of podcasts worldwide as ranked by Podomatic.

April 19, 2014 08:07 AM PDT

Blue Steel Cage is a look at professional wrestling from the viewpoint of an experienced former wrestling promoter, CJ Sabia. BSC covers today’s wrestling news from both The WWE and the independent wrestling scene. Also, tune in for special guests and big name wrestling legends.

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The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia. Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.

Over the next 3 years, Wirt took his act to Philadelphia radio, eventually settling in at independently owned WNJC 1360AM. The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. In 2014, VOC Nation merged with Brady Hicks' IN THE ROOM Internet Radio Network, giving the combined medium over 50,000 monthly listeners.

VOC Nation Radio streams live programming 7 days a week, and has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and downloadable podcasts to listeners worldwide. VOC Nation has over 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of downloadable podcasts as ranked by Podomatic, and in the top 5% of live streaming programming as ranked by Stitcher Internet Radio.

April 19, 2014 08:06 AM PDT

Los Angeles comedian AK brings you opinions that are are sure to offend the masses.

Movies, television, topical headlines, and sports, all with a comedic slant that will leave you in stitches for hours.

Follow AK on Twitter @akfunhouse

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Call The Funhouse or any VOC Nation Radio Show live, toll free at 855-VOC-RADIO (855-862-7234).

About VOC Nation:

The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia. Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.

The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. VOC Nation features live programming 6 days a week, and has featured top guests in multiple genres: Lou Ferrigno, Hulk Hogan, Roberta Flack, Jesse Ventura, Kristy Swanson, and countless other athletes and entertainers have appeared in the VOC Nation Radio Network, eliciting media coverage from both printed and Internet press.

VOC Nation Radio has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and downloadable podcasts to over 40,000 listeners monthly on VOCnation.com. VOC Nation is closing in on 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of podcasts worldwide as ranked by Podomatic.

April 19, 2014 08:04 AM PDT

On this "Good Friday" edition of CrabNation, Pat compares right wing nut jobs to horrific anal warts. The Crabs also cover these headlines: Fox News defends the big J.C. against the likes of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams; according to stupid Steve Malzberg, Madam Secretary has her granny panties in a wad; Alaska Republicans get their "creepy on" when they declare breastfeeding both smart and sexy. We also learn about Velcro, Play-Doh and popsicles courtesy of trivia master, Ryan Budds.

CrabNation goes beyond the headlines to give you the straight scoop on the news. Los Angeles based comedians Ryan Pfeiffer and Patrick Viall take you inside of their liberal minds, giving new meaning to "leaning left." Nothing is off the record for this liberal duo: Religion, politics, world news, and more. CrabNation is loved by many, and feared by public personalties.

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Visit VOC Nation on the web at http://vocnation.com, simulcast on http://thebradyhicks.com

The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia. Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.

Over the next 3 years, Wirt took his act to Philadelphia radio, eventually settling in at independently owned WNJC 1360AM. The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. In 2014, VOC Nation merged with Brady Hicks' IN THE ROOM Internet Radio Network, giving the combined medium over 50,000 monthly listeners.

VOC Nation Radio streams live programming 7 days a week, and has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and downloadable podcasts to listeners worldwide. VOC Nation has over 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of downloadable podcasts as ranked by Podomatic, and in the top 5% of live streaming programming as ranked by Stitcher Internet Radio.

April 19, 2014 07:59 AM PDT

Attention Geeks, Dorks, Nerds, Sci Fi fans, Book Worms, and even Hardcore Harry Potter fans...

His Dork World, Her Dork World comes to VOC Nation with the sole purpose of pleasing those of us who grew up or continue to be...well...socially awkward.

Newest VOC Nation Personality Dean Compton teams up with chic geek Emily to give listeners the male and female side of geek pop culture. Books, movies, dating advice and much more! Stay tuned to Twitter for the latest on upcoming topics.

Follow the show on Twitter @HDWHDWradio

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About VOC Nation:

The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia. Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.

Over the next 3 years, Wirt took his act to Philadelphia radio, eventually settling in at independently owned WNJC 1360AM. The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. In 2014, VOC Nation merged with Brady Hicks' IN THE ROOM Internet Radio Network, giving the combined medium over 80,000 monthly listeners.

VOC Nation Radio has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and downloadable podcasts to over 40,000 listeners monthly on VOCnation.com. VOC Nation is closing in on 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of podcasts worldwide as ranked by Podomatic.

April 17, 2014 06:13 PM PDT

Pandemonium Hour is live every Wednesday at 7:30pm ET

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The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia. Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.
Over the next 3 years, Wirt took his act to Philadelphia radio, eventually settling in at independently owned WNJC 1360AM. The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. In 2014, VOC Nation merged with Brady Hicks' IN THE ROOM Internet Radio Network, giving the combined medium over 50,000 monthly listeners.
VOC Nation Radio streams live programming 7 days a week, and has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and downloadable podcasts to listeners worldwide. VOC Nation has over 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of downloadable podcasts as ranked by Podomatic, and in the top 5% of live streaming programming as ranked by Stitcher Internet Radio.

Briley Pierce, formerly of WWE/NXT, on Pandemonium on Wednesday

On dealing with social media & recent death threats:
I would rather you un-follow me than threaten to kill me & my family... I've been getting a lot of those recently. I am honored that anyone would even take the time to type something & send it over the Internet to get to me so, whether it's graphic or polite, y'know, I appreciate it. The attention is nice. But, I have been getting... the last few days or weeks, a few people I don't know on Twitter telling me that they're going to kill me or they can't wait 'til I die. So, y'know, I do get extremes. I get that. I think it's the same for anyone. There's people who hate you & people who love you so... take the good with the bad.

On what motivated him to train as a wrestler:
I've loved wrestling my whole life... my whole family has always been big fans of the sport, business... whatever you call it. And the single biggest motivation would be my older brother, starting down in OVW when he received his developmental contract with WWE. I was going to college in Cincinatti & Louisville is just an hour away so I would go with my rugby teammates every Wednesday night to OVW TV tapings to see my brother [Dolph Ziggler] wrestle. He would come do house shows a lot in Cincinatti so I was a huge regular at OVW shows and there was something a little bit different about those shows. So there was something magic about being there at those smaller events, y'know?

On choosing wrestling over a comedy career:
I had been performing comedy throughout college doing improv, writing, sketch comedy... that kind of stuff. I knew that, after college, I had to choose some path that would lead me to either being on a stage or in front of a crowd or something like that. There was a fork in the road... I had to either choose comedy & move to Chicago for good but part of me was really being pulled toward wrestling. I always was involved in athletics... amateur wrestling & rugby in college. So I decided to move to Chicago & pursue comedy, full-time, & realized, immediately upon moving there, I had made a mistake. Wrestling was the real choice. Sometimes you have to take a step in the wrong direction to see the right door. Here I am in Chicago kind of doing improv, working at a gym also to pay the bills, & calling & texting my brother non-stop about wrestling schools. He was my only resource. He was in between doing his actual job & trying to help me out by asking Colt Cabana & CM Punk where I can learn how to wrestle in Chicago. It was clear to me to have a career in wrestling to go to OVW or Lance Storm's school in Canada. Those seemed like the two based on my brother's experience with Lance & what everyone told him what I should do. It seemed easier for me not to leave the country & just go down to OVW.

On how his comedy improv helped him in wrestling:
It did help me alot. I had been spending summers in college in Chicago, working in improv, training at the place where people like Amy Poehler & Chris Farley got their start. I was always viewing that, theater, & OVW as similiar things in my mind. They were both kind of like... the guy who's teaching you either way... this old, crotchety crazy person... like I'm thinking of Rip Rogers in OVW. He was the head trainer for WWE for a while & was still at OVW. There is always a legendary, cranky old man figures. Insane people who cannot function in a normal society but have the tools to teach you how to be good in whatever craft you're in. There's always someone like that. Comedy... wrestling...In wrestling, it was Rip Rogers. & I'm sure if you interview who passed through OVW, they'll tell you about him. Whether it's guys on the indies now... or people like CM Punk or John Cena, for sure. It was cool to talk to the guys like Cena, Orton, & all of them & we had that connection of OVW & Rip Rogers & we would exchange funny stories about him

What inspired him to start writing:
It is something I have been doing my whole life. Throughout grade school, high school... I was always excited when homework involved creative writing. That was my favorite thing to school. If there was ever a newspaper in school, I always wanted to contribute to it. I didn't want to submit interviews or articles, I would want to submit drawings I did. I would make up fake text messages & submit it to the comic section.

On his merchandise & how he sends personalized thank you's to his fans:
I like to be interactive. I think it's boring to not be that way. There really is no need to do that but I enjoy it. I like to do something... if someone really spends $20.00 to buy a shirt that has a duck on it with my name on it, I'm really flattered by that. So I'd rather them get more than just the shirt. I like to draw little notes or pictures & try to make them laugh & post them on Twitter.

On future projects with John Morrison:
I came out to the West Coast to pursue a career in entertaining. Another former WWE talent that I knew from my days in Tampa... John Morrison... we've been working together on a handful of different projects here. Cool to collaborate with someone who's already plugged into showbiz out here. I have that tie through... when he was doing his rehab, I would wrestle with him at FCW. We are collaborating together on some writing & some projects. I tweet about them sometimes... sometimes things that take a long time to actually happen but it's exciting.

On how he feels that people he has trained with & his brother are still signed with WWE:
That was made known to me upon arriving in OVW... It was made clear to me, 'you're not getting any special treatment because of what your last name is. In fact, it's going to make it harder because you have more to prove.' That remained to be the case upon moving to Florida. All the way through. Those guys... the Rotundas, of course, they have huge family tradition but that didn't do them favors, at all. Bo kind of grew up in developmental system, actually. There's no special treatment for anybody there. I still talk to Brad Maddox pretty regularly, Bo... & Mr. Wyatt has gotten harder to get in touch with in the past year. I have to send handwritten letters to his compound in the swampland [laughs]. I still keep in touch with them. It's hard to not keep in touch with people you've spent you formative years with. I don't watch as regularly as much as I used to but I heard the news of Paige [becoming Diva's Champion] & I texted her to congratulate her."

On how fellow wrestlers supported his book, "I Can Make Out With Any Girl Here":
There was a time when someone bought my book... I think it was the athletic trainer at FCW/NXT... a lot of people bought my book & I was excited. Brad Maddox took the book, read it, & started giving it to everyone else in the locker room. I was on a roll where a lot of people were buying it & I was getting royalties... & then Brad Maddox was lending it out. No one is going to buy it if you're giving it to them for free. Camacho, Rusev, Cena, a lot of people read that book. Sara Del Ray has it but won't read it because it's very vulgar.

On writing while on-the-go:
I don't have a part in my phone to write down ideas. Don't use the notepad app. I send them all to Trent Barretta. I sometimes go 'Hey, I'm thinking about this... can you remind me about it later?' & he'll say 'no', & I'll think...well, at least it's saved there. I send it to him, EC3, & all those guys.

On his injuries in NXT
The major one I suffered while being in FCW was a broken leg. A backdrop I took from Xavier Woods. I was trying to out-do myself & I overdid it. The doctor made me look at my own X-Ray & I passed out. I hate that stuff. I was tag champ in Florida with Maddox & Dusty had said he was talking to the writers about us & Smackdown was looking at us. We were tag champs but we were main event-ing house shows. Cesaro, Ambrose, Sandow, & Woods, we were doing a 6-man tag for a while to close out the house shows. It was so sweet. All those guys are up there now. I was feeling really good about my life & then bam, my leg broke. I was sitting on a couch unable to move at all... can't walk. Nothing. Damien Sandow actually went into my gear bag while I was passed out from pain pills... & took the tag team titles & said "I did it while you were asleep because I knew you'd be upset & I didn't want you to know. You can't rehab a broken bone. You have to sit around & wait. Damien Sandow was very helpful to me. I was hobbling around with this cast. I wrote "Life Advice For Your Life" because it drove me crazy that I couldn't be creative in the ring. I couldn't...not do something. I would wake up every day, write part of the book, watch everyone at FCW, go back home, keep writing, & stay up writing.

On wrestling Rey Mysterio:
Rey Mysterio came down to FCW... he was rehabbing his knee. The trainer said "Why don't you go in the ring & wrestle with Rey. Like, I had to keep my cool but I was wrestling Rey Mysterio. I played it cool & I left for the day & immediately called my mom & dad screaming "I JUST WRESTLED REY MYSTERIO! AH!" That is not something you could ever do... but that was the one time.

On wrestlers who retire due to injury:
Some people can't function once wrestling is over for whatever reason. Can't wrestle anymore? Great. You can do other things. Be positive & know that the whole planet is full of things that you can do. If you're injured so bad, you can't wrestle... my good friend Serena Deeb suffered concussions & had bad injuries & couldn't wrestle for a while... she was teaching yoga. You can do things that fulfill you life. Wrestling is awesome but it's not the only thing in the universe.

On if his injury ended his WWE Career:
I felt like I was on the way up... main event of every house show. Feeling good, good responses, good repoire... they loved me & Maddox together. Everything was going great. Dusty said they were looking for tag teams in WWE, main roster, & he picked us. Maddox got called up to be a referree & I was home rehabbing. Everyone would call me asking if I was debuting & my leg was in a cast & I can't walk... I'm drooling on myself. I'm sleeping on the floor every night because I'm sad. So then I would tell them I come out at the end & I knock out Brock [Lesnar]. I'm happy for them. There are times I'm like, "everyone in this battle royal or whatever it is on Raw, I wrestled with all of them & I'm the only one not there." That's the kind of thought you have to acknoweledge, accept, & let it go. I'm doing cool sh*t that they can't do & I wouldn't be able to do if I was still signed. Road Dogg was producing at NXT & he came over & goes 'You are so good on camera & have so much personality. If your in-ring skills can eventually get to where your brother's is & your brother's microphone skills can get to where yours is, we can have tag champs for the next 100 years. Road Dogg told me that. You know when something makes you feel good? That lasted for weeks & months. Damn, man. That's another one I was like, I see my brother on TV & he's awesome & doing great... & then Road Dogg & Billy Gunn are champs. I'm thinking, 'What the Hell? You guys moved up? You finally moved up from Performance Center, bro?' If I was still there doing that, I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing now. If I want to wrestle & take a booking, I can. I'm wrestling in Austrailia. I can't do that signed to WWE. There's a tendency to get negative or bitter or 'Oh, he got signed but I didn't get signed. Screw that guy', you can't live like that. If someone gets an opportunity, be happy for them. Maybe you'll get one... maybe you won't. But being mad at someone else isn't going to change it.

On whether going to college made him more well-grounded & can accept reality more than someone who was wrestling their entire life:
For me, that's the case. I've done other things. I know there's other things out there. Wrestling is one of them. Maybe it was my favorite one but I know there's other ones. I have friends who have only wrestled since they were 14 & now they're 32 & that is all that they know. If that doesn't work out, they're really open, saying 'I don't know what I could do.' I have friends who are 50 who have lost jobs in WWE & they don't really know what's next. I'm really lucky I have college degree... I have a friggin' Masters' degree. I can't make a sweeping statement about anyone who wrestles that hasn't gone to college. Everyone has different paths. It just depends on the individual. I know people who have not gone to college that skipped half of high school & toured in a rock band & are extremely success people. I don't think your life depends on going to college, by any means. Wrestling isn't a real thing. It's magical & inspirational & it's great & it gives you something to look forward to to take you out of your life. But it is not the only thing on planet Earth & I guess my background helps me realize that. That is a real dilemma [wrestlers getting lost in personas]. I have experienced it even though I haven't been wrestling my entire life. Every single day I have a dilemma of who exactly am I. I wake up thinking, 'okay, be this guy' & then I think, wait, I don't work there anymore. I don't have to be that guy.

On future wrestling bookings:
I don't know if I'm allowed to be saying this. Rob Terry from TNA & I are going to Austrailia next month. Can't say what I will be doing there but I will be in attendance in that building May 23.

On getting released by WWE & how Dolph Ziggler knew before him:
I was eating lunch somewhere before an NXT house show. Mr Sakomoto kept calling & texting me like crazy. I called him back & he told me he got a phone call that he was released. I thought to myself, 'We just started going. We had a long-time program written up. We just had our tag team started on NXT.' All the creative guys were pumped about it. There is nothing funny on that show except for us. I thought this ruined everything... I have to start over again. Great. I have to redo everything again. This is one of my best friends. He has to leave the country. This sucks. & then I'm driving back to my house to pack my stuff for the show but, as I'm driving, I'm stopped at a red light & it hit me. I'm getting fired today. I totally knew it. Why would they axe Sakamoto? He didn't have the best English & I was in the guy in NXT/WWE that all of the Japanese guys gravitated toward me. For one reason or another, they always became my buddies. He wanted me to call Canyon Semen to ask why he was fired.I was starting to put together a lot of clues. Then I had all these calls from Canyon Semen anyway. I thought, if I don't answer, he can't fire me. So I didn't answer. It was originally my Dolph's idea. I told him I think someone really wanted me out of here for the past 6 months & it finally worked. I won't tell you everything he said but he said not to pick up the phone. He gave me the idea not to pick up the phone. I'll tell them my phone broke. I called him back eventually, "So-and-so finally convinced you to fire me, huh?' & he goes 'yup.' He listed the reasons & I said 'y'know that's not true, right? Thanks for firing me, anyways.' He goes, 'Look, Ryan, I know you're going to be a hit in the entertainment business & make millions of dollars.' So I said, 'Yeah I know. I told you that. I wanted it to be with you but I guess it will be with someone else.' I remember thinking in my head, you're releasing me from an entertainment company & the entire time you're laughing. I hope you look back in 10 years & go, 'Whoops!' I said, 'One last thing. Will you still let my brother be world champion?' & he said 'Yup!' & then I hung up on him. I'm told I'm the blue chip, most hardworking, most entertaining NXT talent... my brother is World Champ for a second time... you're telling me I'm done for? Let him think about that for a while. I handled it professionally & my own flavor & taste. My brother texted me, 'Hey. So-and-so called me to tell me they're releasing you. A very respectful company called someone who's not me to tell me I was being released before they actually spoke to me. I will say I had some good times there, entertain some people, make a little name for myself, get some publicity for my book... did some charity. Had some good times.
I was someone's younger brother. I haven't been wrestling for 10 years. I wrestled for a year before they picked me up for OVW. I remember Camacho telling me people got hired who didn't even know about wrestling-- football players & model girls. There is no one right way to do it. I have a chip on my shoulder about the people who say 'Oh, you haven't been working the indies for five, ten years, I shouldn't have a job.'

April 17, 2014 06:11 PM PDT

OMG cockroaches are raining down into my sushi! Snakes have taken control of Kyrgyzstan! Don't let a bee sting your ween! We follow up that extended "When Animals Get Pissed" segment with the following: Uncle Nipples is LIVE from "New Russia"; Michigan Mayor doesn't want his party ruined by a bunch of rude, insulting atheists; Portlandia...more like Pee-landia; President Carter isn't into laying pipe. Finally, a warning, take a deep breath before jumping into the Jacuzzi with Bryan Singer.

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The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia. Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.

Over the next 3 years, Wirt took his act to Philadelphia radio, eventually settling in at independently owned WNJC 1360AM. The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. In 2014, VOC Nation merged with Brady Hicks' IN THE ROOM Internet Radio Network, giving the combined medium over 50,000 monthly listeners.

VOC Nation Radio streams live programming 7 days a week, and has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and downloadable podcasts to listeners worldwide. VOC Nation has over 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of downloadable podcasts as ranked by Podomatic, and in the top 5% of live streaming programming as ranked by Stitcher Internet Radio.

April 16, 2014 07:01 PM PDT

IN THE ROOM airs LIVE every Tuesday out of WDMD studios in Bristol, Pennsylvania, 9/8 CT and is simulcast in the VOC Nation Radio Network and thebradyhicks.com. Check it out for fresh perspectives, interviews, and commentary from wrestling's top stars.

Follow Brady Hicks on Twitter @bradyhicks

Follow VOC Nation Radio @vocnation

Call In the Room or any VOC Nation Radio Show live, toll free at 855-VOC-RADIO (855-862-7234).

About VOC Nation:

The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia. Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.

The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. VOC Nation features live programming 6 days a week, and has featured top guests in multiple genres: Lou Ferrigno, Hulk Hogan, Roberta Flack, Jesse Ventura, Kristy Swanson, and countless other athletes and entertainers have appeared in the VOC Nation Radio Network, eliciting media coverage from both printed and Internet press.

VOC Nation Radio has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and downloadable podcasts to over 40,000 listeners monthly on VOCnation.com. VOC Nation is closing in on 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of podcasts worldwide as ranked by Podomatic.

April 16, 2014 06:57 PM PDT

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Nominated for Show of the Year 2013.

Join The Voice of Choice Bruce Wirt, Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Brady Hicks, and King David Lane for a unique blend of insight and analysis on professional wrestling. Not your average review show, the VOC Wrestling Nation tackles topics past and present, with top guests from the wrestling world.

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Call Wrestling Nation or any VOC Nation Radio Show live, toll free at 855-VOC-RADIO (855-862-7234).

About VOC Nation:

The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia. Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.

The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. VOC Nation features live programming 6 days a week, and has featured top guests in multiple genres: Lou Ferrigno, Hulk Hogan, Roberta Flack, Jesse Ventura, Kristy Swanson, and countless other athletes and entertainers have appeared in the VOC Nation Radio Network, eliciting media coverage from both printed and Internet press.

VOC Nation Radio has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and downloadable podcasts to over 40,000 listeners monthly on VOCnation.com. VOC Nation is closing in on 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of podcasts worldwide as ranked by Podomatic.

April 16, 2014 06:55 PM PDT

CrabNation throws Wednesday their best hump with the following: free-balling zones open up in Munich; God's credit rating ain't so heavenly; school bans a couple of morons for wearing a stars and bars muu-muu; Miley Cyrus hospitalized; for the cost of a bottle of Cristal, you can own a mansion in Detroit. Lastly, Hobby Lobby, the store that peddles glue and construction paper, is creating Christ-like curriculum for high school students. Call 911!

CrabNation goes beyond the headlines to give you the straight scoop on the news.

Los Angeles based comedians Ryan Pfeiffer and Patrick Viall take you inside of their liberal minds, giving new meaning to "leaning left." Nothing is off the record for this liberal duo: Religion, politics, world news, and more. Crabnation is loved by many, and feared by public personalties.

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Call CrabNation or any VOC Nation Radio Show live, toll free at 855-VOC-RADIO (855-862-7234).

About VOC Nation:

The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia. Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.

The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. VOC Nation features live programming 6 days a week, and has featured top guests in multiple genres: Lou Ferrigno, Hulk Hogan, Roberta Flack, Jesse Ventura, Kristy Swanson, and countless other athletes and entertainers have appeared in the VOC Nation Radio Network, eliciting media coverage from both printed and Internet press.

VOC Nation Radio has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and downloadable podcasts to over 40,000 listeners monthly on VOCnation.com. VOC Nation is closing in on 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of podcasts worldwide as ranked by Podomatic.

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