Real Name: Matt Polinsky Ring Name: Corey Graves Height: 6 ft 0 in Weight: 208 lbs. Hometown: Pittsburgh Born: February 24, 1984 Debut: March 22, 2000
A walking disaster in the guise of a man, Corey Graves is NXT’s personal agent of anarchy. The self-proclaimed “Savior of Misbehavior” is a veteran of the underground music scene. Graves would just as soon take part in a competitive match as he would deliver a sucker punch to the jaw.
Eschewing traditional ring gear for torn-up jeans, this chaos for hire will take on all comers with reckless abandon, risking life and limb in support of his own personal credo: to make sports-entertainment dangerous again. More?
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Graves lounges in the ropes to frustrate Neville early on. Neville shows off the speed that has made him a fan favorite and Graves takes a rest outside the ring. The match quickly becomes a brawl for a minute or two. Neville forces Graves out of the ring then hits a beautiful dive over the top and lands on his feet. Once again, Graves takes out Neville as he tries to re-enter the ring.
Graves is working Neville’s knee and keeping him grounded as we return from break. Neville kicks Graves in the face as he gloats, which angers Graves even more. Neville with a surprise schoolboy, but Graves kicks out and continues to work the knee. Graves puts the boots to Neville who is isn’t able to stand at this point. Fireman’s carry into a backbreak gets a trio of two counts for Graves. Graves looks like he wants a powerbomb or piledriver ringside, but Neville reverses it and gets into the ring and crawls to a corner. After some recovery time, Neville is able to get in some offense, but he can barely walk. Missile dropkick but Neville can’t capitalize. Graves hits a chop block and Neville is back on the mat. Neville with a roundhouse to put Graves down, but he can barely get to the top rope. Neville barely is able to hit the Red Arrow and pick up the win.
Corey Graves makes his return to NXT as he makes his way to the ring. Graves says that forgiveness is a coward’s way out of a fight. Adrian Neville tried to end his career and for that, he will never forgive him. Instead, he has a different message for Neville, everyone in NXT, and everyone in the WWE, stay tuned.
Corey Graves vs. Camacho
Both men lock up to start the match. Corey takes advantage with a headlock. Camacho lifts Graves up, but Graves holds on to the headlock. Graves hits the ropes and eats a clothesline by Camacho. Graves bails to the outside, and grabs Camacho’s leg and twists it in the rope. Corey Graves gets in the ring and locks in Lucky 13. Camacho has no choice but to tap.
“My goals for 2014? Well, let’s start with winning the Royal Rumble Match, then the Intercontinental Title and United States Championship. Oh, and then I will headline WrestleMania and win the WWE World Heavyweight Title there. I’ll start being a Paul Heyman guy, quit being a Paul Heyman guy. Then, just for kicks, I’ll bring back the European Title and win it while looking extremely handsome as I do so. But I’m a realist. Doing all of that might take me two years.”
Adam Rose (the former Leo Kruger) defeated Corey Graves with a rollup and his feet on the bottom rope so the referee could not see it. Rose did as much as possible to frustrate Graves during the match and teased using the claw. When Graves tried for Lucky Thirteen, Rose applied the claw to avoid the hold. Before Rose got the victory, Graves tried to use the ropes to get extra leverage on a cover but the referee saw his feet on the ropes.
In this edition of The JBL & Cole Show, The Bear visits Animal Resources and Kane is NOT happy about it. Also, Aiden English sings a song, Corey Graves transforms into #CoolCorey, and Xavier Woods finds one of the Renee Young’s “secret” tapes…