Corey Graves is well known for being one of the leading commentators for WWE, and now that he’s made the transition over to Friday Night SmackDown alongside Michael Cole, it’s clear to see that WWE is positioning the blue brand as the top show for the first time ever.
Over the last few years we’ve seen Graves both criticise and defend WWE in equal measure, with some fans taking it upon themselves to call him a ‘shill’ whenever he decides to stick up for his employer.
Regardless of what you think of him, there’s no denying the fact that many people are always interested to see what he has to say – especially when a controversial topic arises, such as the ending to last night’s Hell in a Cell event.
The incident that we’re referring to, of course, was the fact that Bray Wyatt’s match against Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship wound up finishing in a disqualification to the frustration of the WWE Universe.
From this tweet it seems as if Corey is alluding to this week’s WWE Draft, which is set to turn the company on its head from a storytelling perspective as we are given two entirely unique rosters once again.
It’s not hard to understand the logic on both sides, but Graves is certainly opening himself up to a lot of criticism with this tweet. Then again, perhaps it means something different entirely, and we’re merely speculating.
Whatever the case may be, you can bet this won’t be the last time we hear from the former NXT star on Twitter.