“I’m probably going to catch hell for this”: Fans outraged at Corey Graves following provocative comments on WWE women division

Corey Graves’ statement about the WWE women’s division has sparked controversy.

Corey Graves
Corey Graves feels that this Wrestlemania 39 was a “masterpiece”

During an episode of his podcast, “After The Bell.” Corey Graves expressed his criticism of the WWE women’s tag team division. Stating that it has failed to gain momentum. He also briefly mentioned the current champions, Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez.

He pointed out that the WWE women’s tag team division has suffered from poor booking. The current champions, Liv and Raquel, won the titles after defeating the team of Becky Lynch and Trish Stratus. Stratus filled in for Lita, who had previously held the titles alongside Lynch.

According to Corey Graves, the success of the women’s tag team division hinges on the current champions, Liv and Raquel. In a recent podcast episode. Graves expressed his opinion that the division has never truly gained traction and has suffered from inconsistent booking.

He described it as a collection of hastily formed tag teams that dissolve just as quickly. Corey believes that this has been the case since the inception of the titles.

Liv Morgan vs. Carmella
At WWE Extreme Rules, Liv Morgan will look to have some face time with Carmella in what is expected to be an explosive matchup. Image- WWE

Corey Graves Criticizes & Hopes for the Future of the WWE Women’s Tag Team Division

Continuing on the same topic, Corey Graves shared his optimism that Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez can bring stability to the women’s tag team division.

Graves also mentioned that Liv and Raquel could serve as a source of motivation for other WWE superstars to elevate their performances in the women’s tag team division.

When discussing the topic he said, “Liv and Raquel could be a duo who have what it takes to solidify the division and maybe sit on top for a while and maybe inspire some other superstars who aren’t getting the opportunities they so desire right now, who want more TV time, who want promo time, but they’re not getting it for whatever reason.

He continued, “Maybe somebody sitting backstage or in catering or a couple people sitting in NXT are going, ‘You know what, let me make a run for this.’ We haven’t had a serious, full-time tag team in my recollection. The IIconics (Peyton Royce & Billie Kay) are the closest we had to hold the titles because they were a full-time act together.”

He further added “The rest have sort of been, ‘Hey, be my partner. Okay, we’ll have a little run, okay, onto the next.’ Everything feels temporary. Raquel and Liv could be very good for the division.”

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