WWE has announced its first official podcast and who will be hosting it.
Titled "After The Bell," the podcast will premiere on Wednesday, October 30. It will be hosted by Corey Graves and promising an "edgy" and "unpredictable" look at WWE television.
Breaking: @WWE announces its first-ever weekly podcast #AfterTheBell, hosted by @WWEGraves. #AfterTheBell will launch on Wednesday, October 30 & offer the @WWEUniverse an edgy, unpredictable look at #MondayNightRaw, #FridayNightSmackDown & @WWENXT https://t.co/unGvt757vm pic.twitter.com/s6Z400WaNl— WWE Public Relations (@WWEPR) October 17, 2019
This is the first official WWE podcast project in their partnership with Endeavour Audio. Endeavor also is the podcast platform The Bella Twins use.
The official synopsis for the podcast can be seen below:
Hosted by Corey Graves, “After the Bell” is an official WWE podcast that gives you a provocative look at the latest in Raw, SmackDown and NXT. Featuring exclusive Superstar interviews, “ATB” examines the world of WWE both between and beyond the ropes in a way that’s as edgy and unpredictable as Graves himself.
WWE has also revealed Gaves' first guest will be WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative, the 14-time WWE Champion, Triple H.
BREAKING: joining @WWEGraves as a special guest on the premiere episode of the #AfterTheBell Podcast will be @TripleH, WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative. pic.twitter.com/MECoNIt471— WWE Public Relations (@WWEPR) October 17, 2019
In the past, WWE has tried a similar format with Corey Graves on their television. Earlier this year, they premiered an electric chair segment on Monday Night Raw. Although it only lasted one week, it featured Sami Zayn who would reference AEW on TV after being disappointed with the audience's questions.