Over the years, lots of WWE officials has been shown the way of the company for one reason or the other. Top officials have been fired from WWE.
It happens that as WWE is releasing top officials, they are also going for new once to fill up the gaps. Reports have it that, Ring of Honor performer/commentator Steve Corino has officially signed a contract with the WWE. Corino will work as a full-time trainer at WWE’s Performance Centre. Before joining the WWE in January, Corino will finish his commitments at ROH throughout December. Therefore, he will be present at ROH’s Final Battle PPV and the following TV tapings.
As of yet, it is still unknown whether Corino will also be working as a commentator at NXT. Graves still manages to work for NXT, while also working for Monday Night RAW. He’ll also be lending his voice to the new cruiserweight focused show, 205 LIVE.
Corino started wrestling in Matt and Jeff hardy’s wrestling promotion, Organization of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts. He began using an “anti-Hardcore” gimmick; wherein he would deride hardcore matches and wrestlers.
He carried this gimmick throughout his run in the indies and also during his run in Extreme Championship Wrestling aka ECW. Two years after his debut in ECW, Corino defeated Sandman, Justin Credible, and Jerry Lynn to become the ECW World Heavyweight Champion. After not getting paid on time Corino left the company in 2001.