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 Posted: Tue Jan 28th, 2020 06:35 am
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tamalie wrote: I liked Taz in his ECW heyday and was disappointed when his WWE push evaporated so quickly. However, it was probably for the best as far his life and career are concerned. It enabled him to avoid sliding into midcard hell with a release around 2004 and a return in 2006 and 2007 for as long as Heyman ran the revived ECW with a diminishing indy career afterwards. Instead he became a WWE broadcaster, has worked for TNA/Impact, and moved into a mainstream broadcasting career. He's now the morning co-host for CBS Sports Radio Network. It's not as prominent a spot as the comparable ESPN Radio spot, but it's on par with Fox Sports Radio and he gets cross promotion and carriage via CBS Sports Radio Network carrying the Jim Rome Show.
Agree totally. Not making it as a main eventer turned out to be the best thing that ever happened to him.