Or is it even such a thing? Use this thread to discuss the art of the microphone and working the crowd verbally. Do you think there exists one great mic style which everyone can use to get over with the crowd? In my opinion no, there isn't one mic style that fits everyone. Every wrestler needs to find his own style, both as a heel and as a face. There are some well known ones: Smarmy, arrogant, cocky, slow paced, fast paced, intense, aggressive, etc. As I previously stated every wrestler in my opinion needs to find his own style that suites him. Example, look at Swagger, as an early heel during his initial push he used a cocky, young and slightly comical mic style which actually made his promos serviceable. Swagger soaring eagle anyone? With his mic style post his push he was just "heel", nothing special about him. Del Rio is another example, his initial smarmy character worked much better on the mic than his current style. Dolph is an example of a man finding his style, his "hi, I'm dolph ziggler" deal didn't work but he worked on it and has now found a fitting style. Not everyone can work Dean Ambrose's mic style and make it work for him for example. A guy who needs to find his voice is Seth. His promo style and voice is more serviceable for a face but he is currently portrayed as a heel. His voice is not the darkest and can be a bit nasally. Perhaps a more smarmy style (kind of like what he did in this week's Smackdown when he called people out) instead of trying to be vicious. What do you think? Voice your opinions on the art of microphone skills.