It seems like a new era has actually begun in WWE starting with this week’s RAW. As seen on this week’s episode of RAW, commentator Corey Graves “forgot” a very essential rule of WWE’s programming but fans are sceptical.
After Braun Strowman took out Bobby Lashley by sort of spearing him into the LED display on RAW, Graves’ reaction to the brutal move came in two words – “Holy S#!t”.
WWE removed this little part of Graves’ commentary from its official replay of the incident but many think that a commentator of Graves’ commentator wouldn’t go there if he wasn’t supposed to. It makes more sense that way since starting this week, the man running RAW alongside Vince McMahon is none other than Paul Heyman – the former boss of ECW.
You can watch Graves’ S-bomb drop down below:
Corey Graves dropping a “Holy Sh!t” on live TV for WWE. No more PG rating for you! pic.twitter.com/O9cyC5FJzV
— Christian Pina (@ChristianPina) July 2, 2019
Corey Graves…LINE of the night. HOLY SHIT. They intentionally didn’t bleep him out. I love it #Raw
— Jerry (@JDfromNY206) July 2, 2019
Corey Graves just screamed "Holy shit" on air.
HOLY SHIT ERA
— Sean Ross Sapp Of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) July 2, 2019