Jimmy Smith Comments On The Late Changes Made To WWE’s Day 1 Main Event


During a recent appearance on Miesha Tate and Renee Paquette’s “Throwing Down” podcast, WWE RAW commentator Jimmy Smith commented on the late changes made to WWE’s Day 1 pay-per-view event, his thoughts on Corey Graves mustache, and more. You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On learning about the late changes to Day 1: “It was awesome and completely surprising. I didn’t have any more notes than you guys did about Brock and the fatal five-way. WWE, they’re like, ‘Roman Reigns is out, so Brock is going to be in the fatal five-way, you’re now calling the main event.’ ‘Really?’ ‘Really. Literally, he’s out, he’s a fatal five-way, have fun.’”

On his thoughts on Corey Graves’ mustache: “It is creepy and awesome, all at the same time. It is very creep-stache, creepy uncle. The weird thing is, he’s a heel and it’s his job to basically break my balls every chance he gets. He’s a total bastard, that’s his schtick. What people don’t get is he’ll rip me up or Byron or whatever, we’ll go to commercial and he’ll look at me like, ‘Yeah, you like that? You have to take that.’ It’s like, ‘I could beat your ass right here in front of everybody…and I can’t.’ It’s great because he’s allowed to do that and getting used to that character and vibe took a minute. I was like, ‘Oh, cool,’ it’s kinda fun that we can rip each other mercilessly.”

(h/t – Fightful)

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