WWE: 13 Worst Mic Users In Wrestling History

Mic work for wrestlers in the WWE is as important as it has ever been, and most of the truly successful superstars of the WWE have been able to work the stick. Just consider how lessened the appeal of someone like The Rock would have been without his mic work - it can mean the difference between appeal and greatness. So it may seem bewildering that some performers in the WWE are abysmal on the mic but able to overcome it because of other attributes in order to hold down some sort of position within the company. There are various reasons performers in the WWE have got on this list of the worst mic users in wrestling history. Some are placed in positions outside their comfort zone by the WWE where their various deficiencies in verbal dexterity become rapidly apparent. Others just have never really been given the opportunity to develop their verbal skills, because they have been pigeon holed into roles that d0 not require them to open their mouths. And then their are those talents who have been pushed to the moon but who are just plain boring. Please note this list is based purely off WWE performers (which is not restricted to just wrestlers) so how people do in other promotions have no bearing on the final list. I will also be taking into account how much time they've had to hone their skills on the mic as how much they disappoint (or disappointed) people when they are with mic in hand. If you don't agree please let me know in the comments section.
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