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June 8th:WWE Live: San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Back from the break and Sami Zayn is backstage with Dasha Fuentes. He mentions being on commentary for tonight’s main event. Baron Corbin attacks out of nowhere and destroys Sami, hitting him with a ladder. Corbin says a spot just opened up on commentary.

After the match, Nakamura stands tall as we go to replays. We come back to Nakamura celebrating until Corbin hits the ring and attacks him from behind. Corbin drops Nakamura with End of Days. We get another replay as Corbin heads to the ramp and Nakamura recovers. Corbin’s music hits as the announcers hype Money In the Bank. We get another replay of the End of Days to Nakamura. SmackDown goes off the air with Corbin looking on from the stage as Nakamura is still down in the ring.

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 Posted by: Debbers
 Date: June 7th
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Nakamura hits the ring as fans continue singing his song after it stops playing. Owens doesn’t care if Nakamura thinks he’s a Superstar, this is Owens’ show and he’s had enough of the stupid little dancing. Owens invited Nakamura on because people want to know who he is, why he’s here and what his future holds in WWE. Fans chant for Nakamura and Owens says that’s real cute. Owens talks about how he sent the last person claiming to be a rock star to retirement – Jericho. Nakamura says Owens’ name but Baron Corbin’s music interrupts and out he comes. Corbin says no one cares about what Nakamura has to say. Corbin says how about we show some actual highlights from a real Superstar. We see a replay of his attack on Sami Zayn last week.
Owens can’t believe Corbin just interrupted his show with a clip of Sami getting beat up. Owens says that’s nothing, he’s been beating Sami up for 15 years. Owens wants Corbin to leave. Corbin calls him Cartman. Corbin knocks Nakamura and says he will continue making highlights before winning Money In the Bank in a few weeks. Nakamura speaks and reminds Owens he pinned him last week. He also reminds Corbin about how quick he lost to Sami last week. Corbin hits the ring and Nakamura fights off a double team but they beat him down. Corbin holds Nakamura down while Owens stomps on him. Sami runs down and makes the save. Sami and Nakamura clear the ring as fans pop. Sami takes the mic and ends up proposing a tag team match. We go to commercial.
Shinsuke Nakamura and Sami Zayn vs. Baron Corbin and Kevin Owens
Back from the break and the match is underway after Shane McMahon made it official. Nakamura starts off with Corbin. Back and forth to start. Nakamura takes control and taunts Corbin before taking him to the corner for more. Nakamura with some good vibrations in the corner. Sami tags himself in but Corbin breaks away from Nakamura and retreats to his corner. Corbin tags out and in comes Owens. They go at it and Sami takes Owens down with a scissors. Owens goes to the floor for a breather. Sami chases Owens back into the ring but Owens stomps away and turns it around. Corbin is back in now.
Sami unloads in the corner and turns it around until Owens kicks him in the back of the head while Corbin has the referee distracted. Owens tags in and keeps control of Sami, taking him to the corner again. Corbin tags back in and keeps up the attack. Sami counters in the corner and goes for a tornado DDT but Corbin blocks it and slams him. Corbin talks trash and stands tall as we go to commercial.
Back from the break and Sami nails a Blue Thunderbomb on Owens for a 2 count. Owens tags first. Corbin runs in and knocks Nakamura off the apron to prevent the tag. Sami with a roll up for 2. Corbin takes back control and drops Sami again. Corbin talks more trash and works Sami over. Sami finally gets the tag. Nakamura hits the ring and unloads on Owens.
Nakamura with a running knee in the corner. Nakamura positions Owens over the top turnbuckle and charges with the high knee for a 2 count. Owens fights Nakamura off but takes another knee. Nakamura drops Owens for a pin attempt as Corbin breaks it up. Sami attacks Corbin and unloads on him. The referee backs him off. Sami sends Owens into Corbin in the corner. Corbin yells at Owens. Owens shoves Corbin. Corbin drops him with a right hand. Sami clotheslines Corbin to the floor. Nakamura hits a Kinshasa on Owens for the pin.

Winners: Shinsuke Nakamura and Sami Zayn

 

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 Posted by: Debbers
 Date: May 31st
 Categories: Uncategorized

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 Date: May 24th
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AJ Styles vs. Baron Corbin

Back from the break and WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens has joined the announcers for commentary. AJ Styles is out first to a pop. Baron Corbin is out next as Greg Hamilton does the introductions for this rematch from last week.

Back and forth to start. Fans chant for AJ. Corbin fights out of a headlock but AJ kicks him and applies another hold. Corbin ends up launching Styles to the floor with a big kick as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Corbin has AJ grounded in the ring. We see how Corbin dominated during the commercial. Corbin ends up getting a 2 count after a big backbreaker. They go to the corner and AJ avoids a superplex. AJ brings Corbin down and nails a pele kick. Styles makes his comeback and drops Corbin. AJ with the sliding forearm for a 2 count.

More back and forth now. Corbin clubs AJ in the back of the head and sends him down. Corbin runs into boots in the corner. AJ with another shot from the apron. AJ goes to springboard in but Owens comes over running his mouth. AJ kicks him away. AJ is forced to land on his feet when going for the Phenomenal Forearm. Corbin tries to take advantage but AJ rolls him up for the win after blocking a powerbomb.

Winner: AJ Styles

– As soon as the music hits, in comes Owens with an attack. Corbin and Owens double team AJ until the music hits and out comes Sami Zayn to make the save. Owens runs away. Sami unloads on Corbin and sends him into the ring post. Sami knocks Owens off the apron as he tries to come back in. Sami nails a Helluva Kick on Corbin to send him to the floor. Owens runs in and nails Sami from behind. Owens hits the pop-up powerbomb on AJ as fans boo. Owens calls for his title and yells about it being his while standing over the #1 contender. Owens leaves as his music plays.

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 Posted by: Debbers
 Date: April 26th
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WDRB 41 Louisville News

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — WWE brings SmackDown LIVE to Louisville for the first time ever.

Superstars like WWE Champion Randy Orton, “The Phenomenal One” A.J. Styles and “The King of Strong Style” Shinsuke Nakamura will be in the center of the action at the KFC Yum! Center on Tuesday.

Up and comer “The Lone Wolf” Baron Corbin brings his speed, size and agility to the ring. He’s a natural competitor as a three-time Gold Glove Award winner, a grappling champion and an All-American offensive lineman. He also spent several years in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts and the Arizona Cardinals. Now he aims to make a name for himself in the WWE and eventually win a championship.

WWE Smackdown Live
Tuesday, April 18 at 7:45 PM
KFC Yum! Center
Broadcast to the world LIVE from Louisville for the first time!
WWE Champion RANDY ORTON vs “The Phenomenal One” AJ STYLES
SAMI ZAYN vs United States Champion KEVIN OWENS
“The King of Strong Style” SHINSUKE NAKAMURA
“The Lone Wolf” BARON CORBIN
Tag Team Champions THE USOS
Women’s Champion NAOMI
CHARLOTTE FLAIR
General Manager DANIEL BRYAN
Commissioner SHANE McMAHAN
Plus Many More!
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 Posted by: Debbers
 Date: April 19th
 Categories: Uncategorized

This Sunday, Baron Corbin will have the biggest match of his young career.

The 32-year-old WWE Superstar will face Dean Ambrose for the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania 33 in Orlando. It’s quite an achievement for a man that started his career in a boxing ring and then to an NFL field.

The Fan’s Troy Hughes spent some time with Corbin to talk about his championship match, blocking for Kurt Warner and how he TRULY feels about the possibility of Floyd Maywether fighting Conor McGregor.

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 Posted by: Debbers
 Date: April 8th
 Categories: Uncategorized

‘I tease Corey Taylor for being old’ – meet WWE’s most metal superstar

 

Baron Corbin bigs up metal bands on Twitter, has a move named after Marilyn Manson, and is throwing down at Wrestlemania this Sunday
Whether you’ve started your daily vocal warm-ups in preparation to boo Roman Reigns out of the building or are simply confused by your old mate from school banging on about ‘justice for AJ’ on Facebook, chances are, you know it’s Wrestlemania this Sunday. WWE’s annual hallmark pay-per-view isn’t just by a distance the biggest event in professional wrestling (or ‘sports entertainment’, as they’ve attempted to rebrand it); it’s one of the single biggest media extravaganzas in the world.

Wrestling has long had a strong relationship with rock and metal culture, from heavy bands through the years soundtracking many of WWE’s flagship shows (Ghost, Baroness and Bring Me The Horizon are just a few names to offer songs for their NXT division in the past year), to UK company Progress branding themselves as ‘punk rock pro wrestling’ and featuring a predominantly metal-savvy crowd at their monthly events.

Plus, whichever way you cut it, wrestling has been stacked with metal-as-hell characters over the years, be it the likes of The Undertaker, Kane and Sting, who could all have walked straight out of a Behemoth video, or Hall Of Fame-level names like Stone Cold Steve Austin, Chris Jericho and Triple H regularly repping rock and metal bands outside of the ring.

This crossover appeal reached its zenith in June last year when Metal Hammer awarded Triple H – a current force behind the scenes at WWE as well as in the ring – with the one-off Spirit Of Lemmy Award as a part of our Golden God celebrations. Presented by Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine live on stage at Download, with the NXT superstars watching from the wings, it felt like a natural peak to a connection between cultures that has run for decades.
Watching from sidestage with his NXT colleagues that day was a man who has since not only moved on to become a major force on WWE’s main roster, but has arguably become metal culture’s most faithful rep on the big stage.

“Going out to Download, that show was insane!” beams Baron Corbin of the whole experience today. “From top to bottom; the mud, the rain, NXT being a part of it all, it was one heck of an experience, that’s for sure.”

While many NXT stars onsite that day were experiencing rock culture close up for the first time, Baron is an old hand at our game. He spent his teenagers years watching the likes of Slipknot, Marilyn Manson and White Zombie at Ozzfest, and when he’s not bigging up bands like Korn, Nothing More and Zeal & Ardor on Twitter, he’s donning the threads of metal clothing mega-label Black Craft to the ring. He even has a signature move – Deep Six – in tribute to the Marilyn Manson song of the same, and last year he made international headlines for an ‘altercation’ with Corey Taylor at a festival in the US. With the Smackdown heavyweight repping metalheads around the world at Wrestlemania this Sunday, we caught up with Baron to talk wrasslin’, festivals and heavy freakin’ metal.

How did you get into metal?

“My dad was a rock ‘n’ roll guy; it’s what he loved, and he got me into that world. He got me into being a part of shows and wanting to go and experience them.”

You got your first taste of festival culture at Ozzfest. What was that like?

“When you go to shows like that, and you get to see bands like Ozzy and Manson and White Zombie and Slipknot and System Of A Down, it just tailors your lifestyle. That rock ‘n’ roll music, the emotion of it, it just moulds you. Watching those stacked lineups, those shows were insane. And a lot of those guys are still putting out great stuff! You see the evolution of those guys, and it continues to tailor me as a person.”
What are you listening to at the moment?

“I continue to love my old stuff – Manson and Slipknot and stuff like that – but right now, I think Ghost are unbelievable. Also, Gojira’s newest album is insane, the best stuff they’ve done. I’m loving that record. Also, Sevendust, Highly Suspect and Nothing More, all those dudes are killing it right now.”

Have you caught up with Corey Taylor recently?

“Haha! Yeah, we still throw stuff back and forth at each other. We’re both competitors in our world. I tease him about being old and that I grew up watching Slipknot at Ozzfest, and we argue about who does better at selling tickets in arenas. That’s great competition for me and him. He’s doing well; I talked to him the other day and they’re working on new stuff for Stone Sour, and that’s gonna be sick. He’s always on the move and doing great stuff.”

The fallout from that whole thing really opened people’s eyes to the crossover between metal and wrestling. Did you realise how big that story was gonna get?

“I had no idea how much that was gonna blow up. I grew up going to rock shows, and the lines of rock ‘n’ roll cross over with wrestling so much. Wrestling is an opportunity to go to a show, be a part of it and feel the emotions, from anger to frustration to sadness to pain – everything that music can make you feel.

So the crossover between audiences is unbelievable, and when the two industries collide, and you have one of their biggest guys in Corey, crashing into one of our biggest superstars, and he hits me in the teeth, it’s cool to see! And maybe it opens a few eyes for people that didn’t look at wrestling or didn’t look at that kind of music, and it helps us both.”

 

Are you ready for Wrestlemania this Sunday?

“I’m ready to rock! I’m facing Dean Ambrose for the Intercontinental Championship, and hopefully I’m gonna win and start my own little Wrestlemania streak. The lead-up to Wrestlemania is always crazy, because you have all these guys fighting for an opportunity to be a part of the show, and get an opportunity to cement themselves in the Wrestlemania history books. It’s the culmination of your year, the biggest show for us. Last year, my Mania debut was my debut on the main roster, so it was unexpected. I didn’t have time to build up to it or anything like that. It was just, ‘Hey, here’s the fire, jump in’. But I went out, I won the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royale, and that launched me on the main roster and did a lot of great things for me. So Mania is a really good chance to go and show everyone who you are.”

You mentioned making a big impact in your Mania debut last year by winning one of the show’s biggest matches – how hard was it keeping that momentum going?

“I just knew it was an opportunity to project me to where I wanted to go. And it puts pressure on you to perform. I genuinely believe that every single day, you can either get better or you can get worse, and that was one hell of a place to have to get better from. Plus, performing under pressure is when I’m at my best. It’s what I do. I played football [Baron played at college level and was drafted in the NFL], I’m a professional wrestler, I like it when all eyes are on me. I love to be able to rub someone’s face in my own success when they tell me I can’t do something. That’s a little vindictive if you will, but I guess that’s why I’m good at what I do – pissing people off and beating up heroes, haha!”

Wrestlemania takes place this Sunday at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. You can stream it live on the WWE Network.

 

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 Date: March 31st

Back from the break and Bryan is on the phone with Shane. Bryan informs Shane that AJ will be waiting for him in the parking lot. It sounds like Shane has a plan. Bryan says he supports Shane 100%. Baron Corbin walks in and wants to know about Dean Ambrose accepting his challenge for WrestleMania. Bryan says he hasn’t heard from Ambrose in a few weeks, thanks to Corbin. Corbin thinks he has the night off but Bryan books him in a match against Randy Orton.

Baron Corbin vs. Randy Orton

We go to the ring and out comes Baron Corbin. We go to commercial.
Back from the break and we see Corbin’s recent attack on WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose. Randy Orton is out next for his first match against Corbin. They lock up and go at it. Corbin drops Orton first with a shoulder. They run the ropes and Corbin blocks an RKO attempt. Corbin goes to the floor for a breather.
Corbin comes back in and they go at it. Orton takes control and stomps away while Corbin is down. Orton keeps control and sends Corbin back to the floor. Orton reaches for Corbin over the top rope but Corbin runs him into the ring post. Corbin comes back in and stands tall over Orton. Corbin talks some trash and fans boo as we go back to commercial.
Back from the break and Corbin is still in control. He covers for a 2 count. Corbin keeps control and floors Orton with a big clothesline. Corbin works Orton around as fans try to rally for Orton. Corbin runs into a boot and Orton makes his comeback. Corbin counters the powerslam. Back and forth again. Corbin runs into the ring but Orton catches him with the powerslam. Orton comes back with a Full Nelson slam for a close 2 count.
Corbin ends up avoiding the DDT and they go to the floor. They use the barrier and the steel steps. Orton brings it back into the ring and hits the second rope draping DDT. Orton gets a pop as he readies for the RKO. Corbin blocks it and catches Orton with a Deep Six for a close 2 count. Corbin ends up running into the steel steps on the floor. They come back into the ring and the finish comes when WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose drives a forklift to the stage area. Orton takes advantage of the distraction and hits the RKO for the win.

Winner: Randy Orton

After the match, Ambrose makes his way to the ring. He grants Corbin the match at WrestleMania 33 and lays him out with Dirty Deeds. The music hits and Ambrose leaves while Corbin recovers.

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 Posted by: Debbers
 Date: March 22nd
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Back from the break and we get a look at what happened with Baron Corbin, WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose and the forklift last week. Corbin is backstage with Dasha. He says if Ambrose can make it out of the hospital bed and come to WrestleMania 33, Corbin will take everything from him, including the title.

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 Posted by: Debbers
 Date: March 15th
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Ambrose is still looking for Corbin. Corbin attacks him out of nowhere with a pipe. Corbin keeps up the assault and gets on a forklift while Ambrose is under the forks. Corbin lowers the forks and pins Ambrose down on the concrete. Referees run over to help Ambrose while Corbin retreats. They raise the forks off Ambrose and call for medical help.

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 Posted by: Debbers
 Date: March 8th
 Categories: Uncategorized