Found May 06, 2013 on WZR Online:
Credit Greg Cunningham For a guy who’s only been doing comedy for three years, Mick works through his material with the polished panache and stage presence of someone with twenty-five years experience. As he’s discussed, Mick now seems to have accepted that his show is a wrestling show for a wrestling audience – and this only seems to benefit the Hardcore Legend. Having attended his first round of comedy shows in late 2011, I think it’s safe to say Mick feels much more at home talking about wrestling, and the audience feels much more comfortable with Al Snow jokes than political jokes. The versatility of Mick’s shows has been widely talked about, and you really get the feeling that he could talk for hours. After a few stories to kick things off, Mick opens the floor to questions from the audience, which invariably lead to long, fascinating and hilarious stories from the road. Though there are some repeat stories (anyone who has read Have a Nice Day will have already heard the DDP/co...
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