WWE News: Piers Morgan and Corey Graves throw shade on Twitter after Graves insulted Morgan on Raw
What's the story?
Monday Night Raw emanated from the UK this week and it seems that Corey Graves decided to add some relevant British insults throughout the show. This included a statement where he claimed that Enzo Amore may be the only guy less liked in England than Piers Morgan, something that later got back to the TV personality and he felt the need to respond.
In case you didn't know...
Corey Graves made the switch over to commentary following a successful stint in NXT, where he is a former Tag Team Champion. Graves was forced to put his wrestling dream to bed through injury a few years ago and has since become a popular commentator on Monday Night Raw.
Graves is widely considered to be one of the best commentators in WWE right now and his relevant insults each week on the flagship show are one of the biggest reasons for this.
The heart of the matter
It seems that Piers Morgan decided to search his name on Twitter yesterday and felt the need to respond to Corey Graves comment, by throwing shade at the current commentator regarding his career as a wrestler.
Luckily, it seems that his fellow broadcast colleague Renee Young was on hand to respond to Morgan for searching for his name on Twitter:
Corey Graves obviously didn't need any backup. The silver tongue that has made him famous in WWE once again stepped in as he responded to Morgan in a way that seems to have silenced the Journalist once and for all.
Piers Morgan hasn't responded to Corey Graves as of yet and it doesn't look likely that he will. He was spot on with his comments as many British fans have commented on Corey's response to claim that Corey deserves an honorary knighthood for finally pointing it out.
Corey is very much like JBL on commentary, he will insult whoever he feels he needs to when he's trying to make a point and he helps bring an air of realism to the announce table. If Morgan understood this or the wrestling business at all then he would be thanking him for using his name on national TV, rather than trying to pick faults with the way Graves got his job in broadcasting.
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