Corey Graves Says He Prefers To Not Know What's Going To Happen On Shows He Calls

Recently The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling welcomed to the podcast WWE RAW and Smackdown LIVE commentator, "The Savior of Mis-Behavior" Corey Graves. Corey Graves joins the show to tell us all about his clothing line collaboration "The Stay Down" Collection with FATAL Clothing. In this revealing interview, Graves holds nothing back about the current happenings in WWE to include the recent Executive additions to both RAW and Smackdown Live as well as the comments made by Seth Rollins to the rest of the pro wrestling world about WWE's stature as the top dogs in the industry. We also get an emotional look into Graves' retirement from the ring and how the break of a lifetime came from a simple conversation during WrestleMania 30 weekend with Michael Cole. The full episode can be downloaded at this link.

Not knowing everything that is going to happen on television:

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"A lot of that is as much my preference as it is not really an ordinance. It is not something they told me I can't know things, I feel like it is more enjoyable for me and my ability to convey the emotion is better when I can be surprised or be unsure or not know what a finish is. Some people like to know every punch that is going to be thrown or every aspect of every match and I don't like that and it’s just my personal preference and I've somehow managed after all the years to be a fan to a certain extent and I feel like that has lended itself to me being successful as a commentator. Obviously, I look at it with my own slant and my heavy bit of sarcasm but I don’t like to know. There is nothing more exciting to me to this day after being with WWE for however long I've been here than being surprised. I think all of us ultimately are fans as jaded or as pissed off as people can get we still put up with everything good, bad or indifferent because we are fans and we want the good stuff. In the event that something happens and something is shocking there is no better visceral feeling than going Holy Sh*t I didn't know that was going to happen. I love that and I hope everyone feels that way."

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