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Many professional wrestling legends have made their way through The Township Auditorium over the years. On Friday, the superstars of tomorrow take center stage.

NXT, the WWE’s popular and growing developmental division, makes its debut in Columbia as part of a regional tour. Among the featured wrestlers is fast-rising Baron Corbin, who is already part of WWE’s main roster and won the Andre the Giant Memorial battle royal last weekend at WrestleMania 32.

Originally from just outside of Kansas City, Corbin signed with the WWE in 2012 after his pro football career ended. Under his real name, Tom Pestock, he played college football at Northwest Missouri State and spent three years in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts and Arizona Cardinals.

A 6-foot-6 and nearly 330-pound offensive lineman in the NFL, Corbin is now closer to 265 as an up-and-coming heel, or bad guy. He’s part of the main event Friday in Columbia.

Who is Baron Corbin and what do fans need to know about him?

“He’s a no-nonsense guy who usually gets what he wants. It doesn’t matter who’s in his way. He’s not afraid to get his hands dirty. He gets it done as violent as possible.”

You already had a big Wrestlemania moment – what was that like?

“It was unbelievable. We had over 100,000 people there. I was the last one standing in the ring and I got the trophy. My family was up front. It was pretty surreal. The noise, the energy, the atmosphere was untouchable. The feeling you get from that is just unreal.”

When did you know you wanted to be a wrestler?

“As a kid, wrestling is something my dad and I had in common. We used to go to Memorial Hall in Kansas City. It’s Harley Race territory and we got to see a lot of amazing people come through there like Dusty Rhodes, Ric Flair, Kamala and Ted DiBiase. It was something I had a lot of fun doing with my father. As I grew up I played football, and football paid for college, and then football paid me. When I was finished playing in the NFL, that [wrestling] was my opportunity and I got my shot and I’m making the most of it.”

Describe the transition between football and wrestling?

“The training came easy. My whole life has been about training. It’s all the other things that are more difficult: going out and being on a microphone and having your face exposed. That’s what’s new. My career in football I was wearing a helmet. Being an athlete is natural for me. Now it’s bringing your talking game to the next level and exposing yourself to new things like promos and things like that. It’s something I’m learning to get better at every day.”

How did you transform your body from football to wrestling?

“I lost almost 70 pounds. I was 330 pounds when I was in Arizona. I’m still changing my body. As an offensive guard in Arizona my goal was to be as big and strong and explosive as possible. Now I still want to be strong and explosive and want to look good as well. That’s a difficult transformation to make when you’ve been 300-plus pounds for about 10 years. My body is adjusting to the new world.”

Did your ‘nastiness’ as an offensive lineman translate well to wrestling?

“Absolutely, 100 percent. Any kind of pro scouting report you read, it talked about mean and nasty and violent a player I was. In training camp in Arizona I would get fights with my teammates. That’s the attitude I have. I definitely brought that into wrestling.”

Describe NXT and what it’s meant for the fans and the business.

“NXT has grown immensely in the last year, year and a half to where we’re traveling now, we’re doing overseas tours. The atmosphere we get with NXT and NXT fans, they’re a die-hard group. They care deeply about NXT. It’s a very unique experience when you come to it. It’s like when you find that local band you love playing at a small place and there are 50 people there. You continue to watch them and it grows to arenas. That’s what NXT is doing.”


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 Date: April 10th

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 Date: April 6th

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 Date: April 6th

The winner of the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal makes his Raw debut against The Showoff.

Just one night after winning the third annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania, Baron Corbin put the entire WWE roster on notice, promising the End of Days for anyone who gets in his way.

Tonight, Dolph Ziggler became The Lone Wolf’s first casualty.

True to fearless form, The Showoff raced into action, unintimidated by Corbin’s cosiderable mass or obvious anger problems. Ziggler’s superior speed paid dividends when he dodged a shoulder block, resulting in Corbin ramming shoulder-first into the corner.

The Showoff then charged with two splashes, connected with a DDT and even dropped Corbin with the Famouser for a near fall. Still, Corbin would not be put down that easily. The 6-foot-8, 275-pound bruiser booted Ziggler in the face, sending  Dolph flying over the the barricade and into the WWE Universe. Corbin stayed on top of his prey, throwing him into trash cans. In the heat of battle, however, The Lone Wolf neglected the referee’s orders, and both Superstars were counted out.

Enraged, Corbin told the official “This is on you,” before he dragged Ziggler back over the barricade and into the ringside area, where he splattered Ziggler on the floor with an unforgiving  End of Days on the floor.


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 Date: April 5th



Baron Corbin won The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

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 Date: April 3rd



Austin Aries def. Baron Corbin

The Lone Wolf goes head-to-head with the “The Greatest Man That Ever Lived.”

NFL bruiser-turned-NXT standout Baron Corbin claimed not to respect any so-called “indie darling.” After facing one such darling, the debuting Austin Aries, at TakeOver: Dallas, The Lone Wolf’s tune might change.

Entering the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center to a thunderous ovation, Aries showed no fear against his much larger competitor, going after Corbin’s knees and even throwing caution to the wind with a double axe-handle from the top rope to the floor. Upon reentering the ring, The Greatest Man That Ever Lived was immediately hung out to dry on the top rope. Corbin continued his assault, thumping Aries with big boots, and putting all his weight on Aries as he applied a nerve hold to his trapezius.

Not to be outshone in his first match in NXT, Aries fired back with chops and clubbing forearms. He delivered a missile dropkick and raced into a suicide dive between the bottom and middle ropes. With the action spilling onto the floor, Corbin retook the advantage when he hit Aries with a Deep-Six. Aries narrowly beat the referee’s count back into the ring and brazenly dared Corbin to bring on the fight, visibly angering The Lone Wolf. Corbin pounced and went for End of Days, but Aries slipped through and rolled up his opponent for the pin, securing his first victory in NXT!


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 Date: April 2nd


Baron Corbin def. local competitor

With the prospect of ruining Austin Aries’ debut looming just days away, Corbin was out to make quick work of his opponent this week. He did just that. The Lone Wolf turned his opponent inside out with a huge clothesline before unleashing his fury, finishing his off his overmatched foe with the Deep Six. Not finished, Corbin connected with End of Days after the bell, sending a message to Aries about what awaits him Friday night.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: March 31st

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More than four years after his professional football career came to an end, Corbin is a rising star in professional wrestling. He is one of the top names for WWE’s NXT brand, which features up-and-coming talent from the company’s developmental system based in Orlando, Florida.

Corbin was an undrafted offensive guard out of Division II Northwest Missouri State and survived three seasons with the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts and Arizona Cardinals from 2009-11. While with Arizona, he worked with former Steelers assistant coach Russ Grimm, and practiced alongside former Pitt wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and former Steelers linebacker Joey Porter.

Speaking with KDKA-TV at the Arnold Sports Festival at Columbus, Ohio, Corbin reflected on his brief pro football career.

“I was a physical player, a dominant player. I was known for getting into fights in training camp,” he said.

Corbin never played in a regular season game. He spent his entire NFL career on the Colts’ and Cardinals’ practice squads. He was released in September 2011.

“I hung on as long as I could,” he said.

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Corbin quickly put pro football in the past, and shifted his focus to a new goal he says he’d dreamed about since he was young.“For me, that was all my ticket to get here to the WWE. That’s what I wanted to do since I was little and going to shows with my dad. So, that was my window. That was my opportunity. That’s what helped me get here,” he said.

A phone call from his agent put the future Baron Corbin in contact with WWE. With no pro wrestling experience on his resume, he was signed to a developmental contract and began the process of transforming his body from a massive 300-plus pound offensive guard into a leaner, quicker and more agile athlete. He also set about learning a craft that many spend years working to master. It took nearly a year before he was ready to make his on-camera debut, but Corbin says he embraces the grind.

“You gotta put in the work, in the ring, out of the ring, at home, on the weekends. Wherever you are, you’re always working to an ultimate goal, and that’s to be WWE World Heavyweight Champion,” he said.

After a handful of appearances on NXT’s weekly show on the WWE Network, Corbin briefly disappeared. He returned to NXT as a dominating force in September 2014.

Early on, it was rare for Corbin’s matches to last longer than 30 seconds, as he dispatched opponents in rapid, seemingly effortless fashion. The quick victories made him a fan favorite, but the popularity was fleeting.

Some fans resented Corbin’s relative lack of experience, and grew to resent his winning streak. It wasn’t long before Corbin was receiving some of the loudest boos from fans.

At one NXT Live Event in Pittsburgh last year, a particularly enthusiastic fan in the front row got in Corbin’s face following his match. Some wrestlers might have shied away from it, but Corbin embraced the hate.

“It’s just my attitude. I’m gonna do what I want when I want to do it, and if people don’t like it they can either change their mind or deal with it,” he said.

Corbin is currently preparing for one of the biggest matches of his career. Friday night, he will face Austin Aries during NXT TakeOver: Dallas – a live special airing on the WWE Network two nights before WrestleMania.
Aries is a veteran pro wrestler who spent more than 15 years working for other promotions before he finally reached WWE.

Facing opponents with more experience is nothing new for Corbin, who frequently shares an NXT ring with industry veterans such as Sami Zayn, Samoa Joe and NXT Champion Finn Balor.

“I’m getting opportunities to get in there and tangle it up with these guys, and of course I learn every single time. I learn what to do, what not to do.”

The knowledge Corbin has accumulated is paying dividends. The second half of 2015 and beyond included eye-opening matches against Samoa Joe at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn and during the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic.

He’s also getting a chance to work non-televised events with WWE’s main roster.

“I’m seeing some main roster loops…and working with those guys. It’s just making me better and tailoring me into the superstar that I aim to be,” he said.

With several NXT superstars expected to join WWE’s main roster after WrestleMania, Corbin’s time to prove himself at the very top of NXT could be coming soon.

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 Posted by: Krista
 Date: March 30th
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Baron Corbin Q&A: ‘I don’t live for anyone other than myself’

Love him or hate him, NXT’s Lone Wolf doesn’t mince words as he addresses the adulation surrounding his TakeOver opponent, Austin Aries.
Baron Corbin brings a whole new meaning to “making no apologies.” The abrasive and imposing NXT Superstar is on a collision course with NXT’s newest acquisition, Austin Aries, at NXT TakeOver: Dallas. This week, Corbin provides his thoughts on Aries, independent wrestling and his own cocky attitude as only he can — with no regard for being politically correct.

WWE.COM: Let’s begin with the elephant in the room. You recently attacked Austin Aries on his debut night with NXT. Why would you ruin such a big moment in his career?

BARON CORBIN: Why would I do that? Why would I not do that? Some kid walks in here thinking he deserves a warm welcome. He wants everyone to stop what they’re doing and celebrate. I don’t have time for that. I am here chasing the NXT Championship. William Regal cost me my chance and then wants to throw Aries a big welcome. Not while I am around. Aries was just in the wrong place at the wrong time, and he paid for it. If he wants to cry about it, tell him to cry to Regal, because I don’t care about him or his welcoming party.

WWE.COM: Aries isn’t exactly just “some kid.” Perhaps the reason Mr. Regal was so happy was because Austin Aries joining the NXT roster is actually a pretty big deal for our industry. Are you familiar with his extensive background?

CORBIN: What do I think of his background? I can’t answer that because I don’t know what it is. I didn’t know he existed before I ran him over on his big night. And whatever it is, I don’t care, because his future will be seeing the End of Days.

WWE.COM: In other words, you don’t respect anyone, no matter who they are or what their background is?

CORBIN: It’s true. I don’t respect anyone who has a background on the independent circuit. NXT is the professional level, and it’s the best of the best. If you played on an intramural l flag football team, it doesn’t make you NFL material. I came from one professional sport to another, and it’s an entirely different level. I was in the top 1 percent of football players. Indie guys are in the bottom 95 percent of wrestlers. I don’t care what they did or how many nobodies are sitting in their mom’s basement tweeting how good they are. If they were so good, it wouldn’t take them 10 years to get here. When those guys walk in the door, I am happy to show them they don’t belong.

WWE.COM: How did your football and boxing background prepare you for your NXT career?

CORBIN: Football and boxing helped me immensely. Those sports helped me become dangerous. I was a champion in both, I made money in both and it will be no different here. I have sacrificed a lot to get to the level I did in both, and it taught me to do what it takes to be at the top. I was a professional, and most people here have never experienced that level of competition or pressure.

Playing football in front of 80,000 people is very different than wrestling for 27 people in your local gym. I don’t feel pressure, and I am confident in what I do. What I bring to the table can’t be matched in NXT. I don’t even need to bring up my size and athletic ability because that is obvious to anyone who watches for 30 seconds. I am used to competing with the best, and that will benefit me most and help me take things to the next level.

WWE.COM: Over the last year, you’ve develop a reputation for yourself amongst some who believe you are highly self-centered and egotistical. How do you respond to such judgment?

CORBIN: Thank you, I guess. I have a lot of pride in myself and believe I am better than a lot of people. Most people settle in life, and that’s not me. I am going to be the best, make the most money and just do whatever I want, when I want. I don’t live for anyone other than myself, and I don’t have a problem showing people or telling them. The bottom line is the things I have done, the things I am doing, and the things I will do are better than anything you could ever dream of.

WWE.COM: Do you ever feel that you’ve gone overboard with your aggressive attitude?

CORBIN: What is overboard? Who decides what that is? I do what I need to do to get mine. I don’t feel bad for what I do. I don’t care who it upsets, because I will get mine. If you have a problem with who I am or what I do, beat my a**or shut up.

WWE.COM: Do you ever feel misunderstood?

CORBIN: I don’t care to be understood. I will steal a line from “The Equalizer”: “Who I am is difficult; what I am is easier. I am a threat, I alter outcomes. ” That is pretty fitting.

WWE.COM: Explain to the world why Baron Corbin deserves to be the feature attraction all the time?

CORBIN: I don’t need to explain to anyone why I deserve to be a main attraction. Just sit there and watch, and you will see. You will understand very quickly. Some people have it and most don’t. I have it.


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 Date: March 18th