Corey Graves Biography
Matthew Polinsky is an American wrestling commentator and retired professional wrestler. He works for WWE as a commentator and analyst for Monday Night Raw. He is a former NXT Tag Team Champion and a former WWE 24/7 Champion. He is known by the ring name Corey Graves and Sterling James Keenan.
Corey Graves Age
Corey was born on 24th February, 1984, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.
Corey Graves Height
He stand at a height of 6 feet and 1 inch
Corey Graves Parents
He is the son of Hungarian couple who settled in Pittsburgh, however he has not disclosed his parents names to the public.
Corey Graves Siblings
He has a sibling by the name Sam Adonis. Sam Elias Polinsky was born on 9th August 1989, he is an American professional wrestler and promoter, best known under the ring name Sam Adonis and Sam Elias.
Corey Graves Education
He has attained a degree in marketing
Corey Graves Wife
Corey first married Amy Schneider in 2009 and divorced in 2020. He later on 7th April 2022 married Leah Van Dale, She is an American professional wrestler, dancer and model. She is currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the Raw brand under the ring name Carmella, she is a former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion, WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion and WWE 24/7 Champion.
Carmella made her video game debut as a playable character in WWE 2K17 and has since appeared in WWE 2K18, WWE 2K19, WWE 2K20, WWE 2K Battlegrounds and WWE 2K22.
Carmella joined Total Divas as a main cast member for the show’s seventh season in June 2017. Despite being a guest in the eighth season, Carmella returned to the show as a series regular in the ninth season, which premiered in October 2019. The season featured Carmella’s real-life relationship with Corey Graves.
Corey Graves Children
Corey and his ex wife have three children however he has not disclosed the names of the Children.
Corey Graves WWE
Corey works for WWE as a commentator and analyst for Monday Night Raw, he launched his own podcast (produced by WWE and Endeavor Audio) titled WWE After the Bell, which debuted in October 2019. In June 2020, he would launch a second podcast called Bare with us alongside his real life wife Leah Van Dale.
Keenan debuted on March 22, 2000.Throughout the next few years, Keenan appeared for various promotions, including Dory Funk Jr.’s “Funkin Conservatory”, where he competed with wrestlers including Paul London, Adam Windsor, and Onyx.
Keenan defeated Al B. Damm to earn a match for the IWC Heavyweight Championship. He received his championship match on November 1, 2003, and defeated Dennis Gregory to win the championship. At Rebirth of Extreme on November 22, Keenan successfully retained the championship in a rematch against Gregory, and made further successful defences against Punk on December 12.
Keenan moved on to feud with Spud, defeating him on May 26 at Know Your Enemy Night One. At Fight Club 2 in July, Keenan defeated Spud in an Iron City Street Fight. Three weeks later, Keenan replaced Matt Hyson in a tag team match, where he and Spud challenged Jody Fleisch and Jonny Storm for the 1PW Tag Team Championship. They were unsuccessful after Keenan attacked Spud during the match.
Graves was re-established as a villainous singles wrestler on November 14 with a win over Oliver Grey;Following a submission victory over Yoshi Tatsu in December, Graves attacked the NXT Champion Seth Rollins, and was awarded a title match on the January 2, 2013 episode of NXT. Graves failed to capture the championship despite winning via disqualification following interference from Rollins’ associates in The Shield.
Graves began serving as a color commentator alongside Michael Cole and Byron Saxton.On November 29, Graves joined the commentary team for the Cruiserweight division’s WWE Network exclusive show, 205 Live, alongside Mauro Ranallo and Austin Aries.
Corey Graves Salary
He earns an annual estimated salary of USD 80,000.
Corey Graves Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be USD 2 million.
Corey Graves Instagram
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