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Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin: Corbin talks trash to begin, Nakamura attacks and we’re off. Nakamura works kicks, which cause Corbin to powder to the floor. Nakamura follows, Corbin back in and talks trash again. Corbin then catches Nakamura as he comes back in, working strikes and then laying the boots to him. Corbin slows things down, working a bear hug. Nakamura escapes and looks to lock in a triangle, but Corbin powers out and hits the big boot, covering for 2. Corbin sends Nakamura to the floor and continues to attack the back of Nakamura. Corbin works the heat as we’re back in the ring, and he goes back to the bear hug. Corbin banters with the crowd as he continues to work over Nakamura with the bear hug. Nakamura fights off the chokeslam, and connects with a spin kick. Nakamura continues to make a comeback, finally taking Corbin down and then working him over in the corner. Nakamura lays Corbin in the corner, hits the running knee strike and covers for 2. Corbin does the bossman slide out and back in, hitting a lariat for the near fall. Nakamura again battled back, countering a suplex and laying in knee strikes. The gut buster suplex followed, Nakamura sets for Kinshasa but Corbin counters into deep six for a good near fall. They trade strikes, Nakamura follows with head butts and then hits a sloppy backstabber and follows with the running kick. More kicks by Nakamura follow, he backs off, Corbin is down and Nakamura sets for Kinshasa. Nakamura is stupid and check on Corbin, and Corbin low blows him for the DQ. Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Baron Corbin @ 12:35 via DQ

– Post match, Nakamura holds his balls so Corbin hits him with the briefcase and hits end of days to stand tall.

 

 

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MITB Ladder Match: AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Sami Zayn vs. Baron Corbin vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Kevin Owens

We go to the ring and out first comes AJ Styles for tonight’s main event. Dolph Ziggler is out next followed by Sami Zayn. WWE United States Champion Kevin Owens is out next. Shinsuke Nakamura comes out next but Baron Corbin attacks him from behind at the entrance.
Corbin grabs a ladder and nails Nakamura with it. Corbin keeps up the assault on Nakamura as referees come to break it up. They check on Nakamura as Corbin heads to the ring. Trainers are also out to check on Nakamura. Corbin wants the bell rang now. The bell rings and 5 of the 6 Superstars go at it. Corbin tosses Owens to the floor. Sami and AJ also clear the ring and go at it with Corbin. Sami goes out to work over Ziggler. Owens nails Sami and sends Ziggler into a ladder. Owens and Sami trade shots on the floor. Owens drops Ziggler as fans chant for Nakamura. Sami sends a ladder into Owens’ face. Corbin sends Sami into the barrier. AJ rocks Ziggler. We see trainers helping Nakamura to the back.
Ziggler drops AJ at ringside. Sami slams Owens’ face into the apron a few times. Sami runs the ropes and nails a big dive to Owens on the floor. Corbin and Ziggler use a ladder to double team AJ on the floor. Corbin decks Ziggler. Corbin slides a ladder into the ring but Ziggler superkicks him to the floor. Ziggler comes in with the ladder but Sami knocks him back to the floor. Sami goes to position the ladder but Owens pulls it to the floor. Sami runs out and clotheslines Owens on the floor. Sami brings another ladder in but AJ comes from behind and decks him. AJ tosses Sami to the floor. AJ brings the ladder in but Ziggler stops him. AJ blocks a ladder shot and rams Ziggler back into a ladder at the announce tables. Ziggler runs up a ladder and blocks AJ from nailing a Phenomenal Forearm to the floor. Corbin catches Ziggler in a Deep Six on the floor.
Sami uses the top to moonsault onto Corbin on the floor. Sami clutches his knee. Owens superkicks AJ in the ring and works him over. Owens talks trash to some boos. Owens grabs a ladder and rams it into AJ. Sami also takes a ladder shot from Owens. Owens knocks Corbin and Ziggler off the apron with the ladder. Owens stands tall and raises the ladder but AJ drops him into it. AJ and Owens trade shots in the middle of the ring now. AJ goes for a Styles Clash but Owens resists. Owens back-drops Styles over the top to the floor. Owens looks up at the briefcase and grabs the ladder.
Owens opens the ladder but Sami runs in and stops him. Owens gets knocked to the apron but hangs on. Owens goes to the top for a dive on the others but Sami cuts him off. Sami launches Owens from the top onto a ladder in the ring. Sami stands the same ladder up but it’s broken due to Owens. Sami dumps that ladder and brings another into the ring. Sami looks to climb but Ziggler runs in and stops him. Ziggler lays a ladder in the corner and tosses Sami onto it. Ziggler climbs up but Sami pulls him down. Sami runs up the ladder but Ziggler superkicks him to the mat. Sami catches another kick and drops Ziggler with a Blue Thunderbomb. Sami climbs the ladder but Corbin comes from behind. Corbin slams Sami’s face into the rungs of the ladder and he goes to the mat. Sami charges but gets a face full of ladder. AJ with kicks to Corbin now. AJ with a low forearm.
Fans chant for AJ as he positions a ladder and climbs up. Corbin climbs the other side and they trade shots at the top. AJ with a headbutt and a right hand, and another to knock Corbin down. Ziggler climbs up Corbin’s back and meets AJ at the top. AJ gets knocked to the mat from up high. Ziggler grabs the briefcase but gets knocked down by Corbin. Corbin climbs up but Ziggler leaps and nails a Zig Zag. Ziggler climbs up but AJ stops him. Sami climbs the other side. AJ, Sami and Ziggler are all up top now. AJ gets double teamed and knocked to the mat. Sami and Ziggler trade shots now. Sami unloads and looks at the briefcase but changes his mind. Sami hits a big sunset flip powerbomb from the top of the ladder instead. Ziggler rolls to the floor as fans chant “holy shit” and we get a replay.
Owens pulls Sami out and goes for a powerbomb on the apron but Sami avoids it. They trade shots on the apron now. Sami with a big boot as the “ole!” chants start up. Sami with a full nelson suplex on the apron, sending Owens flying to the floor. Sami struggles to get over to the ladder that’s still standing. Sami climbs up as the chants continue. AJ leaps in out of nowhere with a Phenomenal Forearm, knocking the ladder over with Sami. Corbin brings AJ out and sends him over the announce table. Styles ends up leaping out at Corbin but he gets caught. Corbin chokeslams Styles onto a ladder that’s bridged from the steel steps to the announce table. Sami with a Helluva Kick to Corbin int he corner. Everyone is down but Sami now. Sami positions a ladder and climbs for the briefcase.
Ziggler runs in and grabs Sami’s boot but Sami kicks him away. Sami gets his fingers on the case but Owens runs in and stops him. Owens with a low blow. Owens climbs the ladder and grabs the briefcase but Styles grabs his leg. Styles pulls Owens down but Owens rocks him. Owens dumps AJ to the apron and drops him. Owens grabs AJ and tries to powerbomb him from the apron to the bridged ladder but AJ fights it off. AJ counters and launches Owens from the ladder to the apron with a fireman’s carry. Owens and AJ fall from the ladder to the floor. Corbin is also down. AJ returns to the ring and positions a ladder as fans chant his name. AJ climbs up but here comes Ziggler. Ziggler pulls the ladder away but AJ is hanging from the chain of the briefcase. AJ falls to the mat without the briefcase and Ziggler laughs at him.
Corbin positions the ladder now. Nakamura’s music hits and out he comes to a big pop. Corbin grabs the ladder and waits for him. Nakamura slowly walks to the ring. Corbin tosses the ladder but misses. Fans sing Nakamura’s theme song as he hits the ring and unloads on Corbin. Nakamura with the knees in the corner and a kick to knock Corbin from the apron. Ziggler runs into boots in the corner from Nakamura. Nakamura with a Kinshasa from the top to Ziggler. Another Kinshasa for Ziggler. Sami runs in but Nakamura nails him. Nakamura with the reverse exploder suplex on Sami. Nakamura with a Kinshasa to Sami next. Fans chant for Nakamura as he goes outside for a ladder. He tries to bring the ladder in but Owens grabs it. Nakamura slides the ladder in but Owens is still trying to stop him. Owens takes a Kinshasa on the floor next.
Nakamura returns to the ring and grabs the ladder to position it under the case. Nakamura is slow to climb but when he starts, AJ meets him on the other side of the ladder. They stare each other down as the crowd pops. They both carry the ladder to the side and stare each other down for a fight in the middle of the ring. They go at it and trade strikes. Nakamura applies a submission from behind and brings AJ down to one knee. Nakamura turns that into another exploder. Nakamura goes for a Kinshasa to AJ but AJ blocks it with a forearm. Fans chant “this is awesome” now. Styles positions the ladder and looks to climb again. Nakamura meets him at the top and they trade shots. Nakamura gets the upperhand as fans do dueling chants for the two. AJ fights back. They both reach for the case. Corbin runs in and pushes the ladder over, sending both into the ropes.
Corbin stands the ladder back up and climbs up to retrieve the briefcase for the win.
Winner: Baron Corbin
– After the match, Corbin stands up high with the briefcase as his music hits. We go to replays. Corbin stands tall with the briefcase while the other competitors are down around the ringside area. MITB goes off the air with Corbin raising the briefcase.

 

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Baron Corbin vs. Sami Zayn.

Corbin used his size and strength to control Zayn early on. Zayn used his speed, including a dropkick to try and throw him off. Zayn was selling that his lower back was hurt early. Zayn went to the floor but was whipped into the barricade, which he hit a moonsault off of on Corbin. He tossed Corbin back into the ring but was slow returning due to the back. Corbin manhandled him and slammed him into the buckles hard, then began stomping and kicking away at his lower back.

Corbin whipped Zayn into the buckles hard again. Corbin cinched in a bearhug to continue wearing down Zayn’s back. Zayn fired back and went to the top but before he could do anything, Corbin cut him off with a big spinebuster. Corbin continued beating Zayn, yelling at him to stay down. Zayn came back with a lariat, then hit a flying bodypress off the middle rope for a two count. Zayn tried to send a charging Corbin into the buckles but Corbin slid out to the floor, rebounded and came back with a huge clothesline that sent Zayn upside down for a two count. Nice spot there.

Corbin continued to work over the back and chokeslammed Zayn down for another two count. Zayn made a comeback and they went back and forth. Zayn got a two count with a crucifix but Corbin nailed him with a Deep Six for another two count. The story was that Zayn took a licking and kept on ticking. Yes, I know that’s a cliche but hey, we just saw a match with a guy crossdressing as a grandma, so give me a little leeway here.

Zayn finally nailed the Helluva Kick and scored the pin, which they treated like it was a big upset because Corbin made a mistake.

Your winner, Sami Zayn!

Decent back and forth match.

 

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WWE Intercontinental Title Match: Baron Corbin vs. Dean Ambrose

We go to the ring and Tom is with JBL and David Otunga. Baron Corbin is out first.
WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose is out next to a pop. The bell rings and Corbin goes right to work on Ambrose. Ambrose sends Corbin to the floor and nails a dive early on. Ambrose takes Corbin from barrier to barrier and beats him back into the ring. Ambrose goes for the bulldog but Corbin sends him into the ring post back-first. Corbin follows up with boots. Corbin with more boots sending Ambrose into the ring post. Corbin stands tall and plays to the crowd. Corbin keeps control until Ambrose nails a boot. Corbin cuts the comeback off with a chokeslam for a 2 count.
They end up on the floor again. Corbin sends Ambrose hard into the barrier. Corbin brings it back into the ring. Ambrose counters and goes for Dirty Deeds but it’s blocked. Corbin keeps control until Ambrose manages to send him into the post. Ambrose goes on but Corbin catches him in mid-air and covers for a 2 count. Corbin tries for a superplex but Ambrose fights him. Ambrose knocks Corbin to the mat. Ambrose jumps but lands on his feet. Corbin blocks Dirty Deeds but Ambrose dumps him over the top rope. Ambrose launches himself over the top but Corbin catches him in mid-air again. Corbin charges but Ambrose moves and Corbin crashes into the steel steps. Ambrose goes back to the top and nails a big elbow drop to the floor.
They come back in and Ambrose unloads with strikes. Ambrose runs into an elbow. Corbin counters and hits a neckbreaker for a 2 count. More counters between the two. Corbin hits a Deep Six for a 2 count. Corbin mounts Ambrose. Ambrose ends up hitting the rebound clothesline. Corbin blocks Dirty Deeds again. Corbin slams Ambrose for a 2 count. Corbin yells in frustration now. Corbin talks trash about taking the title and nails Ambrose in the face. Ambrose counters End of Days and drops Corbin with Dirty Deeds for the win.

Winner: Dean Ambrose

 

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Elimination Chamber for the WWE Title: The Miz vs. AJ Styles vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Baron Corbin vs. Bray Wyatt vs. John Cena

Greg Hamilton gives us the rules for the match before WWE Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose makes his way out. Baron Corbin is out next. The Miz stops and stares at the Chamber before entering his pod. Bray Wyatt is out next as the arena lights up with fireflies. AJ Styles is out next, followed by WWE Champion John Cena.
Cena and AJ lock up to start as fans do dueling chants. Cena drops AJ first. AJ comes back and they trade shots. AJ side steps and puts Cena in the backbreaker rack. AJ sends Cena to the mat for a 2 count. Cena ends up sending AJ to the mat and hitting the sunset flip powerbomb for a 2 count. They trade shots in the middle of the ring now. Cena takes AJ down but AJ kicks him away. AJ drops Cena over his knee for a 2 count.
Cena keeps control and calls for the Five Knuckle Shuffle as the timer counts down. Cena turns his attention to the pods and in comes Ambrose to a pop. Ambrose ducks Cena and goes to work on him, tossing him out to the steel. Ambrose whips Cena into the steel a few times and stomps away. AJ comes out but Ambrose blocks him and sends him into the steel. Ambrose knocks AJ back into the ring. They trade counters until Ambrose plants AJ on the steel floor. Ambrose climbs to the top of a pod and launches himself onto Cena.
Ambrose and AJ go at it now. Cena comes over and nails a two-man German suplex as Corbin looks on from his pod. We get dueling chants for Cena now. Cena goes for an Attitude Adjustment on Ambrose but drops him when AJ runs at him. The sequence ends with all three on the mat as the timer counts down again. Bray Wyatt is the next man in. Wyatt floors Ambrose, then takes Cena out. Wyatt with a big toss to Ambrose. AJ dumps Wyatt to the steel over the top rope. AJ springboards up but Wyatt catches him and launches him into the steel chains. Wyatt poses and waits for AJ to get up. Wyatt runs into the ring post. AJ with kicks to Wyatt. AJ with a guillotine leg drop to Wyatt.
Cena and AJ go at it now. Styles climbs the chains but Cena climbs with him. They fight up on the side of the structure and trade shots. Styles knocks Cena down to the steel. AJ moves over to the top of a pod. Ambrose joins him up top. They trade shots on top of the pod and send each other face first into the glass. Ambrose drops AJ on top of the pod. Wyatt grabs Ambrose’s leg and pulls him to the steel. Wyatt works over Ambrose in the corner now. Wyatt with headbutts. AJ comes to the top from the top of the pod. Wyatt climbs up but Ambrose brings them both to the mat and AJ lands hard on his neck. The next man let into the match is Corbin.
Corbin comes in swinging. He uses the steel against Ambrose. Ambrose side steps a move but Corbin blocks the bulldog. Corbin catches Ambrose in Deep Six. Wyatt works over Corbin now. Corbin blocks Sister Abigail and sends Wyatt into a pod, then to the steel. Corbin drops Wyatt on the steel again with a modified STO. Corbin catches Styles in another End of Days but Cena applies the STF on Corbin before he can make a pin. Corbin counters the STF and catches Cena in End of Days. Ambrose with a dropkick to Corbin, taking him back to the steel. Ambrose sends Corbin face first into the steel a few times. Corbin turns it around on Ambrose as everyone else is laid out. Miz watches from his pod.
Corbin blocks a Dirty Deeds and sends Ambrose face first into the chains. The timer counts down as Corbin stands tall and waits for The Miz. Miz slowly leaves his pod as Corbin yells at him. Ambrose rolls Corbin up from behind for the pin. Corbin has been eliminated.
Corbin nails Ambrose and sends him through the glass of a pod before leaving the Chamber. Fans sang “Goodbye” to Corbin. Corbin stalks Ambrose as referees try to get him to leave. Corbin mushes Ambrose into the steel and works him over some more. Corbin brings Ambrose back into the ring and drops him with End of Days. Referees yell at Corbin and he finally leaves the Chamber. Miz, who is still in his pod, comes out to take advantage and get the pin on Ambrose. Ambrose has been eliminated.

 

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Royal Rumble Match 

 

Baron Corbin is #13. Corbin joins the alliance against Strowman, but Strowman suddenly eliminates Dillinger. Zayn hits Strowman with the Helluva Kick, and Corbin follows up with a clothesline over the top for the elimination. It’s now Zayn, Ambrose, and Corbin in the ring, and I think Jericho is still legal somewhere on the outside as well. Kofi Kingston is #14. Kingston drop kicks Zayn and goes for an elimination, but Corbin attacks them both from behind. Ambrose drives his shoulder into Corbin’s gut in the corner, but Corbin regains control and tries to eliminate Ambrose. The Miz is #15. Kingston gets launches at the ring post but hangs on and pulls himself back in. Sheamus is #16. Sheamus levels Miz, Corbin, and Ambrose in rapid succession. Miz eats White Noise and Zayn gets a scoop slam. Sheamus pounds on Miz and Brogue Kicks Jericho. Corbin and Ambrose try to dump Sheamus, but Sheamus rolls back into the ring. Big E is #17. Big E spanks Miz, and yes, that’s something I hoped I’d never have to type. Kingston and Big E go after Miz as Ambrose and Zayn trade elimination attempts. Rusev is #18. Rusev splashes everyone standing and levels Sheamus with a spin kick. Rusev tries to dump Zayn, but Zayn lands on the apron and scrambles back into the ring. Rusev goes after Ambrose as Kingston and Big E double team Corbin. Cesaro is #19. Cesaro hits Jericho with a spinebuster and then swings Jericho followed by Zayn followed by Ambrose followed by Kingston followed by Big E. Corbin gets swung and Sheamus tries to beg off, but Rusev saves Sheamus with a super kick. Xavier Woods is #20, and now all three members of New Day are in the match. New Day triple team Miz but can’t manage to eliminate him. Bray Wyatt is #21. Wyatt side slams Jericho and connects with a back elbow shot to Zayn. Wyatt faces off with Woods and levels him with a clothesline. Woods and Kingston end up on the apron, and Cesaro and Sheamus try to eliminate them. Apollo Crews is #22. Big E pulls Woods and Kingston back into the ring, but Cesaro and Sheamus hit a 2-on-3 clothesline to eliminate all three members of New Day. Cesaro and Sheamus have thoughts of eliminating each other, but Jericho sneaks up behind them and eliminates them both. Randy Orton is #23. Orton power slams Miz and RKOs Corbin. Orton RKOs Rusev and then catches Zayn with a mid-air RKO. Orton goes after Jericho as Wyatt goes after Ambrose. Dolph Ziggler is #24. Ziggler super kicks Wyatt and Crews. Ziggler goes for a leaping DDT on Ambrose, but Ambrose counters into a near elimination. Luke Harper is #25, and now all three members of the Wyatt Family are in the match. Harper quickly eliminates Crews before staring down Orton. Wyatt tries to rally the troops, but Harper clotheslines Wyatt and big boots Orton. Harper goes for Sister Abigail on Wyatt, but Orton makes the save with an RKO. BROCK LESNAR IS #26, and business is about to pick up. Lesnar eliminates Ambrose and Ziggler before hitting Rusev with a German suplex. F-5 to Orton, and Lesnar is the only man standing in the ring. Enzo is #27, but he thinks better of charging into the ring to face Lesnar. Enzo finally picks his moment and charges at Lesnar, but Lesnar drops him with a clothesline and dumps him for the elimination. Lesnar suplexes Rusev as Jericho again rolls out of the ring to catch a breather. GOLDBERG IS #28! GOLDBERG SPEARS LESNAR! GOLDBERG ELIMINATES LESNAR!!! Goldberg clotheslines Corbin and jackhammers Zayn. Wyatt and Orton double team Goldberg, but he levels them both with a double spear. THE UNDERTAKER IS #30! Taker appears in the ring, and he stares down Goldberg. Taker goes for the choke slam, but Corbin and Rusev attack Taker and Goldberg. Goldberg eliminates Rusev as Taker eliminates Corbin.

 

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 Date: January 30th

Baron Corbin def. Dolph Ziggler

LAS VEGAS — Rookie mistakes have cost Baron Corbin in the past, but against two-time World Champion Dolph Ziggler at WWE Money in the Bank, The Lone Wolf showed the world — and The Showoff — his ability to evolve and adapt as a competitor.

Capitalizing on a misstep by Ziggler, Corbin used the End of Days to shut down The Showoff in just over 12 minutes, perhaps finally bringing to a close a rivalry that has raged on since the night after WrestleMania.

Though conclusive, The Lone Wolf’s win didn’t come easily. The veteran Ziggler used his agility to keep Corbin on his toes early, connecting with a dropkick before being floored by the heavy hands of the three-time Golden Gloves boxer. Corbin then pursued a methodical attack, putting all of his 280 pounds on Ziggler as he controlled him on the canvas.

Baron Corbin looks to knock off the more veteran Superstar, Dolph Ziggler, in a bitter fight at WWE Money in the Bank 2016: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

Ziggler bounced back, but every time The Showoff began to build momentum, Corbin stopped him in his tracks. With each reversal of Ziggler’s offense, The Lone Wolf displayed proved he was one step ahead of the veteran Superstar. When The Showoff sought to Irish whip Corbin into the corner, the 6-foot-8 brawler displayed incredible quickness, sliding out and then back into the ring before tagging Ziggler with a vicious surprise clothesline. On two occasions, Corbin successfully countered one of Ziggler’s favorite weapons, the Famouser.

The third time was the charm, as The Showoff eventually connected with the Famouser, yet Corbin still would not stay down, kicking out at two. Moments later, when the action spilled to the outside, Ziggler leapt off the ring steps toward Corbin. Except Ziggler lost his footing during the high-risk attack, allowing the winner of the 2016 Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal to catch Ziggler and slam him on the floor with the Deep Six.

Ever-resilient, Ziggler fought on, and even attempted to take the battle to the air by climbing to the top rope. Once again, The Lone Wolf showed his heightened ring awareness, cutting Ziggler off at the pass and bringing him back inside the ring, where he dropped him with the End of Days for the pin.

Now that Corbin has taken down one of WWE’s most established and revered competitors, who is the next member of WWE’s established guard to feel The Lone Wolf’s bite?

 

 

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Baron Corbin def. Dolph Ziggler (No Disqualification Match)

 

NEWARK, N.J. — The No Disqualification Match during WWE’s Extreme Rules Kickoff proved to be the perfect playground for Baron Corbin’s ruthless behavior, as the no-nonsense Superstar resorted to a low blow en route to defeating Dolph Ziggler in their no-holds barred rubber match.

These bitter rivals’ conflict started on the Raw following WrestleMania 32, when The Lone Wolf unleashed an unrelenting attack against The Showoff.  With the savvy Ziggler taking advantage of Corbin’s inexperience and cockiness at WWE Payback and the rookie competitor following up with a victory in their Raw rematch, their Extreme Rules Kickoff showdown gained considerable importance for both Superstars.

The rules are thrown out the window as The Showoff battles The Lone Wolf in a vicious rubber match.

The contest started with both competitors jawing at one another before a fed-up Corbin shoved his opponent’s face. Ziggler, in return, landed a headbutt to the 2016 Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner.

The match quickly moved to the outside floor with Corbin, a former NFL player, using his size and strength to gain the advantage, pulled his adversary face-first into the steel ring post. The intimidating Superstar continued his devastating attack back inside the squared circle before Ziggler turned the tables with his own up-tempo assault.

Delivering an array of clotheslines and elbows to his larger opponent, a fired-up Ziggler came within a second of picking up the victory on multiple occasions. Corbin, however, quickly shut down The Showoff’s offense with a commanding Deep Six maneuver. A second attempt at the powerful slam from Corbin, though, was countered into an emphatic DDT by Ziggler, who once again came within a split-second of the win.

 

An opportunistic Ziggler wasted no time continuing his attack, unleashing a hard-hitting combination of fists, elbows and headbutts. The former World Champion then went for the knockout blow, but missed a superkick. Corbin capitalized, taking advantage of the No Disqualification stipulation with a low blow to Ziggler before hitting his End of Days for the victory.

The Lone Wolf promised to “hurt” The Showoff in their No Disqualification showdown, and it appears he succeeded. The question now becomes, will we see Dolph Ziggler come back for more?

 

 

 Posted by: Krista
 Date: May 23rd

Dolph Ziggler def. Baron Corbin (WWE Payback 2016 Kickoff Match)

CHICAGO — Chalk it up to a rookie mistake. What looked like a sure win for Baron Corbin over Dolph Ziggler ended in defeat for the young upstart.

After Corbin demolished Ziggler toward the end of their clash, victory seemed imminent. But Corbin’s arrogance cost him when The Showoff rolled him up to score the pinfall.

The ending was the complete opposite of what transpired at WrestleMania 32, when the NXT Superstar scored a major victory in the 3rd annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.

After exchanging attacks on each other in recent weeks, both Superstars were out to settle the score on the pay-per-view stage. With the WWE Universe behind him, Ziggler set to work against his near 300-pound opponent.

Things looked good for The Showoff when he locked Corbin in a sleeper, then blasted him with a hard-hitting Famouser. However, Corbin came right back, demolishing the two-time World Champion outside the ring with a brutal boot to the body, followed by smashing him face-first into the steel ring post.

After tossing Ziggler’s limp body in the ring, the rookie Superstar stepped on the back of Ziggler’s neck while he was down. The arrogant display proved to be his downfall when Ziggler quickly came to life and rolled Corbin up for what had to be a satisfying victory for The Showoff.

 

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