The WWE is truly moving into a New Era. Tuesday's WWE Draft divided the roster into separate lineups for Raw and SmackDown, and WWE also announced that the commentary teams for each show will be changing as well.

Corey Graves, who has been working as an NXT commentator for years, has been called up and will join Michael Cole and Byron Saxton on weekly episodes of Monday Night Raw.

BREAKING: With the #NewEra comes new announce teams on #RAW & #SmackDownLive! https://t.co/X3BtBxbhKQ #WWEDraft pic.twitter.com/F6QBGxXZc2

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2016

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