WWE: Corey Graves reveals his thoughts on his fellow commentators

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“The Saviour of Misbehaviour” Corey Graves is one of the best commentators in quite a while. The former NXT Tag Team Champion is a fan-favourite on the commentary booth and rightfully so.

Graves’ work on commentary is appreciated by both his peers and fans alike

Graves recently made an appearance on Sam Roberts’ Wrestling Podcast where he talked about a number of wrestling topics.

The dual-branded commentator talked about his on-screen hate for Jonathan Coachman and Byron Saxton. However, Graves revealed the reason behind this constant cold war at ringside: (h/t wrestlinginc)

Usually if I am not into somebody, then I just won’t talk about them. I wouldn’t have anything to say. I have gotten to the point now where I am kind of tired at points. I still am on such a roll non-stop and I haven’t had a week off in any way shape or form in like 4 years. I love it though, that is what keeps me going, I am finally at a point now where I think to myself that I don’t have anything for this segment so I have to catch my breath, my throat hurts, which still hasn’t recovered from WrestleMania, and every once in a while I will tell Byron [Saxton] to take this segment, or Coach, help me out here.

Usually I am so take charge, it’s either Tom [Phillips] and I or [Michael] Cole and I. We have instant chemistry and we can read each other’s minds and finish each other’s thoughts, but a lot of times I tend to forget that there is a third guy there. It is nothing intentional but you get in the zone and you get excited and fired up, but every once in a while I remind myself to breathe. I get burned out sometimes.

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