Corey Graves Trains In-Ring With Brother Sam Adonis For The First Time In Five Years
The COVID-19 may have isolated all of us from many, but it sure has brought us closer together with family and the same can be said for Corey Graves and his brother Sam Adonis. Graves took to do a little action in the ring while he was back in Pittsburgh with his brother Sam. Adonis shared the clip on social media and added that it was the first time in ten years since he and his older sibling locked up. The clip below shows Corey doing just that in addition to running the ropes and delivering an STO to his younger bro.
Had a blast in the ring with my Trainer @WWEGraves for the first time in 5 years! Although, he did hit my with the STO that I stole from him! 😂😂😂 #YouStillGotIt #HardWorkPaysOff pic.twitter.com/k1d6gIJNcQ
— Sam Adonis (@RealSamAdonis) May 1, 2020
It was last month when Graves did state that Edge inspired him to consider a comeback to the ring, revealing that their may be a bit of hope for someone who still has the itch as he and Edge talked about the WWE Network documentary that aired.
“Watching it, honestly man it was inspiring,” Graves said of the documentary. “I would say at 2 or 3 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 planted in my brain for quite some time.” (h/t SEScoops)
An understandably emotional Graves retired from in-ring competition back in December of 2014 after suffering several concussions and became the color commentator that we are all familiar with today.