Taz is a multi-time professional wrestling world heavyweight champion, a celebrated TV color commentator and an award-winning podcaster. Taz complements his no-holds-barred style with comedic timing and sarcastic wit – assets that have served him well in more than three decades of wrestling and broadcasting. While Taz has a storied past with WWE, ECW & TNA, the former college football player also completed the 500th episode of his very popular live digital streaming program, “The Taz Show,” which covered sports entertainment, the NFL, NCAA Football, NBA, and MLB, as well as in-studio guests and live interaction with daily callers since 2015.
Marc always dreamed of working as a sports broadcaster, from his days at St. Catharine’s to Don Bosco Prep and eventually to Syracuse University. At college, he worked for WAER and WJPZ. After graduating from Syracuse, Marc worked as the sports and news director for WRCR in Rockland County, New York. After 18 months of working doubles for the 500-watt station, Marc decided that it was time for a change and got a job as a part-time employee at WFAN. Yes, he is a proud member of the WFAN internship program. Soon after being hired by WFAN, Marc became full-time board operator for the famed “Mike and the Mad Dog” program. He learned from the best while working with Mike Francesa and Chris Russo and was eventually promoted to producer. That was a fruitful three years of his life that led to Marc being offered on on-air position at WFAN. That was 2007, and from that point forward, he became an overnight host at WFAN. Along with two regular overnights, he has filled in during the day in morning drive, afternoon drive and midday’s. He was part of the original schedule on CBS Sports Radio, doing a Saturday morning show with Maggie Gray, called “Moose & Maggie” from 6-10 a.m. Eastern. In March 2008, Marc was hired as a personality for SNY. He was first hired as a debater on SportsNite and has appeared on DNL, The Wheelhouse, LoudMouths and BNNY. Marc was tagged with the nickname “Moose” by radio personality Joe Benigno. It stuck and has been with him for the last 17 years… Marc was hired before the start of the 2008 season as the pre- and postgame host for Rutgers football on the Rutgers Radio Network.