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Old 06-29-2017, 06:56 PM
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Originally Posted by THTRobtaylor View Post
I can actually see this being a tag match... They seem to be doing something with Corey Graves that indicates he could POSSIBLY have been cleared for a match/short run or to potentially become a manager or GM. They clearly want to do more with him than just have him announce now.

If he can "go" then it would be very interesting to see him and Angle teaming against Trips and Joe... perhaps with Graves making the turn and becoming GM as part of the Authority. Could then set up a singles match with Trips and one with Graves... If you want a wrinkle on it, have Graves be the one boning Steph behind Trips' back and setting up Angle as the fall guy so he can get the power himself... would be a cool angle to see Trips' own life choice used against him.

Graves was in the same situation as Bryan in that it was WWE who took him off the active roster...if his symptoms have improved in the last 4 years, then they could do something with him...if not a full career, he could easily work a Michael Cole style programme.
You do realise that you are suggesting that WWE would make Corey Graves' return match from a career-ending concussion against one of the stiffest workers in the company (Joe) and a guy whose finisher involves slamming his opponent head first into the mat? Obviously it staged but one slip or Graves tucks wrong and his head could easily hit the mat hard, legit. It's not inconceivable, look at the damage AJ's Styles Clash did to Yoshi Tatsu in Japan when it went wrong

Graves is very much remaining in the commentary booth for this - good thing too as he's been WWE's best mouthpiece for some time now
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