WWE After the Bell Podcast with Corey Graves to debut Oct 30th

In a press release sent out by the WWE yesterday, Corey Graves will be hosting a new weekly WWE podcast called After the Bell debuting on Wednesday October 30th.

STAMFORD, CONN. — WWE today announced that its first-ever weekly podcast series, WWE After the Bell, will launch on Wednesday, Oct. 30. Hosted by Corey Graves, After the Bell offers fans an edgy and unpredictable look at the latest in Monday Night Raw, Friday Night SmackDown and NXT. The podcast is the first for WWE Podcast Network, a partnership between WWE and Endeavor Audio. Listen to the trailer here.

Each Wednesday, Graves will break down the action from WWE’s flagship programming, taking listeners on a captivating ride through the hottest WWE storylines while he catches up with the most noteworthy Superstars of the week. Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative, will join Graves as a special guest for the premiere episode.

“After the Bell will deliver unprecedented access to the biggest WWE Superstars and storylines week in and week out,” Graves said. “No other podcast can say that. As WWE’s first podcast, we have the responsibility to ask the burning questions, and it’s going to be a wild ride.”

Listeners can subscribe to WWE After the Bell on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Pandora.

Graves began his commentator career with NXT in 2014 and immediately distinguished himself with his unique style and opinionated insights. Since then, Graves has brought his entertaining analysis to Raw, SmackDown and WWE Network pay-per-view events. He currently serves as the lead analyst for Friday Night SmackDown on FOX. Prior to his role as a WWE commentator, Graves competed in NXT where he was a former Tag Team Champion.

Additional Superstar-focused podcasts from WWE Podcast Network will be announced in the near future.

Madison’s Mindset: As mentioned above this is the first WWE podcast that they have operated. While previous podcasts such as the Stone Cold Podcast and Talk is Jericho have had editions on the network this will be solely operated by the company.

Something Else to Wrestle With by Bruce Prichard did share a great deal on the past. In doing this it is interesting as it does allow for the company to peel back the curtain and reveal things that would normally not be shared on broadcast TV.  Will we hear things that are normally not admitted to? It will certainly be a fun listen.