Graves compares two-person commentary to three-person Submitted by Aaron Rift on 01/06/2020 at 12:31 PM
During his recent After The Bell podcast, Corey Graves commented on the difference between two-person and three-person commentary teams:
"[Michael Cole] and I have worked together long enough that we have that chemistry and I sort of learned commentary from his style so it's a lot easier to flow back and forth. It's weird, when you have three voices, sometimes you're struggling just to get a word in edge-wise or to complete a thought and you've got two other people to worry about rather than just one. It's a different vibe than the three-man table, and I prefer it for sure."
He continued, "I have a hard time without having you [Renee Young] or a third person because Cole is so hard to break. He can keep straight face through anything. I always used to gauge if something had landed because I could look at you, Byron [Saxton] or Tom [Phillips] and have the giggles. I get him from time to time but it's a lot harder."