Chad Zumock was back in town for a bit so he stopped by to catch us up on all things sports and comedy in Chad’s world.
Chad Zumock joins the WFNY podcast to talk about the Cleveland Cavaliers playoff run and his renewed focus and energy in his stand-up.
Landry Jones! Johnny Manziel! It’s the worst Steeler week ever!
Chad Zumock joins the show to discuss sports, radio and more.
Dear Johnny Manziel, Hey there, Johnny Football. My name is Chad Zumock. I am comedian from Cleveland who travels the country telling jokes to complete strangers while having said strangers judge me in return. It’s a pretty cool gig, but putting yourself out there with something you love to do can be tough times. I also
I can’t begin to describe all the things we talked about in this podcast. Will Burge did the Scene Podcast with me, and there was a crossover between he and Chad Zumock, so I had them both on for the first part of the podcast. We talked about a whole bunch of stuff and then
A love-hate relationship with LeBron James is officially back to “love.”
I can’t even begin to tell you everything that Chad Zumock (@chadzumock) and I discussed today on the podcast. Chad is an obvious veteran to talk radio and the conversation just flows. Here’s some of the stuff we discussed. Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson Roger Goodell and the NFL The Browns big win over the
Mashing up the sports world with Mad Men is far more palatable than a groveling, unfunny parody of “We Are the World” aimed at LeBron James. Sure, that video included a cameo by Otto Orf and Chad Zumock, but that wasn’t enough to save it. Enter in Bleacher Report and their “Mad Men” mash up
In addition to being a local comedian with ties to television, radio, and podcasts Chad Zumock is a published author who also happens to be a gigantic fan of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Well, the Patron Platinum Lounge at The Q, but also the team which calls the arena home. The following is his preview of the
Over the last three days, no Cavs-related story has been hotter than Cleveland’s so-called “response” to the LeBron James-adled Nike commercial titled “Rise.” From outlets like ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption to CBS’s hoops blog penned by Matt Moore, the response to the, um, “response” has been overwhelmingly positive. PTI called the Wantz piece “brilliant,” and Moore stated