WWE's Corey Graves Says He Has Thought About Returning To The Ring

The return of The Saviour Of Misbehaviour could be on the cards...

Back in December 2014, Corey Graves announced he had retired from in-ring action on the advice of doctors because of his concussion issues. The Saviour Of Misbehaviour had a successful career on the indy circuit and in WWE, where he won the NXT Tag Team Championships with Adrian Neville. 

Graves now finds himself as the colour commentator on Friday Night SmackDown, but during the most recent episode of After The Bell, he admitted he had thought about returning to the ring after watching Edge's WWE 24 documentary.  Corey did say that he didn't know if he would be able to step inside the squared circle again because of his concussions, but the thought had been implanted in his brain "for quite some time." 

The SmackDown announcer said: "At two or three different points I went 'Man I live in Pittsburgh now; I should go find Dr Maroon.' It just gave me that urge to do all this all over again and I don't know whether or not that's a possibility, but the thought was implanted in my brain for quite some time."

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