Angelo Cataldi has been the anchor of The WIP Morning Show since 1989. Known for his comedic timing, exceptional wit and biting commentary, Angelo is one of Philadelphia’s most popular, entertaining and recognizable radio personalities. Along with co-hosts Al Morganti and Rhea Hughes, Cataldi takes Philadelphians through their weekday morning commute, covering the Eagles, Phillies, Flyers, Sixers, entertainment, pop culture and everything else going on in the world that listeners want to talk about.
Cataldi and Morganti created The Wing Bowl in 1993, pitting Philadelphia’s best eaters and most colorful characters against each other in a 30 minute chicken wing eating contest and featuring many ladies from the Philadelphia area as Wingettes. Now held in the Wells Fargo Center, the event typically sells out in just a few days and is always held the Friday prior to the Super Bowl.
In addition to Wing Bowl, Cataldi has also hosted yearly contests such as The Miss WIP Pageant and the World’s Largest Bubble Bath. In 1999, Cataldi led a group of Eagles fans up to New York City to the NFL Draft. Cataldi and the fans had been very vocal about the need for the Eagles to draft running back Ricky Williams. When the pick of Donovan McNabb was announced, the Dirty 30 were seen on tv booing loudly.
Cataldi was previously a writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer and currently writes for the Metro. Cataldi, along with Glen Macnow, authored The Great Philadelphia Sports Debate and has been nominated for two Pulitzer Prizes for his sports writing. Cataldi was inducted into the Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame in 2012.
Howard Eskin revealed he’s “seriously considering a run for mayor” of Philadelphia.
Howard Eskin says he wants to make Philadelphia great again.
With 24.5 seconds to play, Flyers coach Dave Hakstol tried to get Semborski his first NHL action.
Angelo Cataldi opened his show with a tribute to Dallas Green and an appreciation for his honesty.
Steve Mix spent 13 years in the NBA and 22 years as a Sixers broadcaster.
Young joined the 94WIP Morning Show, along with her teammate Zeus Mcclurkin.
Papale, 70, will re-tell his story in a new show called Invincible: The True Story.
Holmgren, 61, played in the NHL for the Philadelphia Flyers and Minnesota North Stars.
The Eagles will have either the 14th or 15th pick in the first-round, depending on a coin-toss.
Howie Roseman admits his nine-year-old son was confused by his explanation for trading Eric Rowe.
In 347 plate appearances in 2016, Joseph hit 21 homers and 15 doubles, with 47 RBI’s.
Noel has recorded seven steals and four blocks, averaging about 20 minutes per game, in the last five games (3-2).
Brandon Graham is the NFL’s second highest graded edge defender.
In Sunday’s Eagles season finale against the Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field, Eagles insider Jeff McLane was kicked out of the press box.
Ryan Mathews, who already had rushed for 128 yards on the day, was not on the field for the final play.
Columnist Marcus Hayes joined Angelo Cataldi and the 94WIP Morning Show to discuss his opinion.
After tallying 10.0 sacks in their first three games, the Eagles have just 18.0 over their last 10 contests.
Eagles held the Redskins to just two third down conversions and a modest 334 total yards, well below their second-best average of 412.
In 2014, the Raiders went 3-13 and fired their head coach. Now, they’re 9-2.
Brandon Graham has just one sack in his last five games.
23-year-old rookie WR Paul Turner has been placed on Eagles’ active roster.
Agholor was the Eagles’ 20th overall pick in the 2015 draft out of USC.
Travis Kelce chose Kentucky’s Maya Benberry in Wednesday night’s finale.
Angelo Cataldi, Phil Martelli, and Bob Cooney weigh in.
Wentz has thrown for 2,121 yards, nine touchdowns, and five interceptions while completing 65.0-percent of his passes.
Nelson Agholor, 23, has just 50 career catches in 22 games.
Andrzej Lukaszewicz traveled to Philadelphia from Poland to attend the Eagles-Falcons game at the Linc.
Kelce, 29, is in his sixth season with the Eagles.
Agholor is the only NFL WR to start at least 18 games since 2015 and total less than 500 yards and five touchdowns.
Do not expect Cris Collinsworth to reveal which rookie quarterback he thinks is better during the broadcast.