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Happy Corbin makes his way out for the first ever Happy Talk show up next.

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SmackDown returns with Corbin hosting Happy Talk. Corbin says that this is not going to be like other talk sows, specifically calling out the Kevin Owens show. Corbin says that for his first ever guest, it’s himself. Corbin calls himself the happiest person in the world. Corbin shows video footage of him attacking Kevin Owens from behind on last week’s SmackDown. Corbin calls Owens one of the toughest guys on the roster, yet he took him out with ease. Corbin is then interrupted by Kevin Owens who quickly walks to the ring but is ambushed by Riddick Moss, Corbin runs outside to double slam Owens onto the steel steps.

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They showed Happy Corbin whistling backstage.

Backstage, Sarah Schreiber interviewed Owens. Owens said he’s not happy, he’s mad. He said tonight he’ll use his anger as fuel to beat Happy Corbin, “which will then turn my frown upside down.” He said Corbin’s smile will be turned upside down. He tried to come up with what rhymes with smile, but got frustrated. He said after the match, he will be Happy Kevin.

As Owens made his ring entrance, Corbin attacked him from behind. He was still in street clothes. He slammed KO back-first over the edge of the apron. He smiled and put his hat back on.

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We see a white Rolls Royce arriving in the back. Happy Baron Corbin hops out and he’s in a good mood, thinking Megan Morant is the valet. Corbin heads into the arena.

– We go back to the ring and out comes Kevin Owens for another must see episode of The KO Show. His guest will be Happy Baron Corbin. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Kayla stops Edge in the back. He hopes Seth Rollins would’ve moved on after their SummerSlam match but he didn’t. Edge says he knows the game Rollins is playing and it has to stop. Edge goes on and challenges Rollins to a match at Super SmackDown next week. Edge says he burned Rollins down once and this time it will be worse and Rollins won’t be the same after. Edge says he told Rollins this wouldn’t end well. We go back to the ring and Owens is out for The KO Show. Owens introduces his guest and out comes Corbin with his new Las Vegas-themed entrance.

Corbin thanks Owens and says he wouldn’t be where he is is it weren’t for Owens. He brags about his outfit and watch, and how he’s come back up in the past few weeks. Owens says Corbin isn’t going to put any of this on him. Corbin asks Owens if he wants his $100 back, but he left his wallet in the Rolls Royce. Corbin mentions he has a special guest. Corbin hypes Logan Paul up and out he comes to big heat from the crowd.

Owens said he didn’t invite Paul here because he wouldn’t do that to the WWE Universe. Owens brings up how Paul and Corbin had issues during SummerSlam weekend but they say they’re now friends. They hung out in Vegas and Corbin made a lot of money on Jake Paul’s boxing win over Tyrone Woodley. Owens rips into Paul, calling him one of the biggest useless pieces of trash to ever step into a WWE ring. Paul was about to offer Owens $100 and says by the way he looks, he could use it more than Paul. Owens doesn’t need Paul’s money, all he needs from Paul is for him to turn and leave the ring, never show his face in WWE again. Fans pop. Paul shoves Owens. Owens drops the mic and shoves him harder. Corbin ends up dropping Owens with a cheap shot, then delivering a chokeslam in the middle of the ring. Paul is thrilled but fans boo them. Paul taunts Owens and picks the money up. Corbin and Paul show each other some love and exit the ring together, looking back at Owens and laughing at him.

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Kayla Braxton stands in the parking lot to try to get an interview with Roman Reigns. Baron Corbin shows up in a fancy car and is wearing a nice suit and hat. Corbin says luck has finally been on his side and that he’s filthy rich and happy.

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Back live with Baron Corbin coming out with brand new entrance music and is introduced as “Happy Corbin”. Corbin gets on the mic and says he was going to file for bankruptcy and that he thought he hit rock bottom. Corbin says the best part is he did it all himself, and he is the happiest man in the world. A video package airs showing how Corbin was down to just $35 left. Corbin is shown in the casinos in Las Vegas where he begins to win money. Corbin says he deserves all of this and runs down how expensive his outfit is. Corbin says his wife welcomed him home as the crowd chants “you deserve it” Corbin says there’s only one thing that can make him happier and Corbin calls out Big E. Big E’s music hits and he makes his way out to the ring. Corbin says he appreciates Big E coming out. Big E says he’s just glad Corbin doesn’t smell anymore. Corbin says he wants to make things square with Big E and Corbin says he wants to buy the Money in the Bank briefcase. Corbin offers $20,000 and Big E denies it. Corbin then offers $50,000 and Big E again says no. Big E references how Corbin lost when he cashed in his Money in the Bank contract. Corbin then offers $100,000 for the briefcase, and Big E says his answer is no. Big E says he has other things Corbin can spend that money on and pulls out an Arkansas Razorback plush for a huge pop from the local crowd. Corbin says he is too rich and too happy for this. Corbin says Big E will cash in and lose and regret not taking his offer. Corbin leaves the ring after Big E threatens him.

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Big E vs. Baron Corbin

We go to ringside and Michael Cole welcomes us. He’s joined by Pat McAfee. They send us to the ring with Mike Rome, who is with the winner of the TikTok ring announcer search. The winner, Raine Cruz, does the introductions. Logan Paul, who will be on Monday’s RAW, is in the front row.

Out first comes Big E to a pop. Baron Corbin comes out next, clutching Big E’s Money In the Bank briefcase. Corbin looks terrified and the referee has to talk him into giving up the briefcase to start the match. The bell rings and Big E goes to work on Corbin. Big E dominates for a few minutes but misses the big splash on the apron as Corbin moves. Big E falls to the floor and the referee counts.

Corbin goes back out and sends Big E face-first into the ring post. Corbin goes back in and tells the referee to count. Corbin talks trash as fans boo him. They bring it back in and Corbin sends Big E into the ring post shoulder-first twice. And a third time. Big E kicks out at 2. More back and forth now but Corbin keeps control.

Big E fights out of the corner and blocks a chokeslam, rolling Corbin up and then into the Stretch Muffler in the middle of the ring. Corbin gets out and hits a Deep Six for a 2 count. Corbin shows frustration and goes for another roll-up for 2. Corbin goes to ringside to grab the briefcase and leave with it but Big E attacks. Corbin gets free again and tries to run away with the case again but Big E tackles him into the briefcase. Big E ends up hitting a Spear off the apron, sending Corbin to the floor with the case in hand.

Big E beings it back in and gets hyped up as fans rally for him. Big E scoops Corbin for the Big Ending and covers for the pin to win.

Winner: Big E

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We see how Baron Corbin stole Big E’s Money In the Bank briefcase and ran away with it last week. Corbin comes walking to the ring now, still with no theme music. He’s clutching the briefcase.

Baron Corbin vs. Kevin Owens

Hamilton introduces Baron Corbin for the next match but he still has no entrance. Corbin smirks as he walks to the ring, holding on tight to the briefcase. He will face Kevin Owens next. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and out comes Owens as Corbin looks on, still clutching the briefcase. The bell rings and Owens unloads with chops and punches. Owens slams Corbin by his head and hits the senton for a pop. Owens with a big chop in the corner. Corbin decks Owens, runs out and back in, then delivers a big lariat for a 2 count.

Corbin keeps control and mounts Owens with strikes. Corbin stands tall and fans boo him. Corbin keeps control and works Owens around the ring. Owens side-steps and sends Corbin to the apron, then superkicks him to the floor. Owens with more offense now. Owens goes to the top but Corbin rolls to the apron and fans boo. Owens approaches but Corbin drops him over the top rope. Corbin comes back in but Owens blocks a chokeslam. Corbin blocks the Stunner and goes to the floor to regroup.

The music hits and out comes Big E to a pop. He is upset. Corbin pleads and runs around the ring. Corbin tries to grab the MITB briefcase but Big E decks him and unloads. Corbin ends up countering and sending Big E into the ring post. Corbin runs away while Big E is dazed. Big E looks on from ringside, seething as Corbin leaves with the briefcase.

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We go back to the ring and Baron Corbin makes his way out with no entrance, still looking disheveled, down and out. Cole says this is Corbin’s last chance to raise funds before bankruptcy. The segment is billed as his last plea. Corbin slowly walks to the ring as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Corbin is in the ring talking about how bad things are for him. He knocks society for wanting to kick people while they’re down. Corbin says this is the last time he’s going to ask for any help. He’s used to a certain lifestyle and needs everyone to contribute a minimum of $1,000. Corbin says he’s going to make things easy with a credit card scanner he has in his phone. The music interrupts and out comes Kevin Owens to a big pop.

Corbin says he knows Owens is out here for the right reasons, to contribute. Owens says he’s not here to help Corbin, he’s here to say this needs to stop, the begging needs to stop, Corbin needs to stop embarrassing himself. Owens tried to help Corbin weeks ago but he was wrong about Corbin being like him and just making mistakes. I can’t believe they’re going on with this Corbin storyline. Owens knocks Corbin some more and says who actually asks for $100,000? Corbin says someone who needs it. They go back & forth on the mic and Corbin says he’s not leaving the ring unless Owens gives him $1,000. Owens agrees, but only if Corbin beats him in a match. If Corbin loses, he has to stop begging for money and stop embarrassing WWE, and start helping himself. Corbin agrees and starts poking Owens with his finger while saying he wouldn’t even be in this situation if Owens wasn’t a cheap piece of… Owens cuts him off with a big Stunner as fans pop.

Kevin Owens vs. Baron Corbin

Back from the break and Baron Corbin is still selling the Stunner. He tries to steal a quick win from Kevin Owens but Owens kicks out. Corbin goes on and tries for another roll-up. Owens mounts some offense now, dropping Corbin with a clothesline and hitting a senton for a 2 count.

Owens with big chops in the corner now. Owens drops Corbin in the corner and ends up delivering a big corner cannonball. Corbin kicks out at 2. Owens goes to the top and Corbin grabs him but Owens fights him off. Corbin ends up rocking Owens with a big right hand to send him to the floor. Corbin tells the referee to start counting. Owens makes it back in at the 6 count. Corbin attacks him and stomps away to keep him down. The referee warns Corbin and Corbin yells at him. Corbin with more big right hands to Owens, knocking him into the ropes.

Corbin kicks Owens on the apron and goes for a suplex on the edge of the apron but Owens resists and fights back. Owens rocks Corbin and goes for a powerbomb on the apron but Corbin back-drops him. Owens lands hard on the edge of the apron and falls to the floor. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Corbin goes to knock Owens off the top but Owens fights back and sends him to the mat. Owens flies and nails a big Swanton for a close 2 count as fans pop. More back and forth now. Corbin fights Owens off and delivers a chokeslam in the middle of the ring for a close 2 count. They trade more offense but Corbin catches Owens with Deep Six for another close 2 count. Corbin shows some frustration as he keeps trying for pin attempts as Owens keeps kicking out.

Corbin goes on and rolls Owens up with his feet on the ropes for leverage, but Owens still kicks out. Corbin blocks the Stunner. Owens rolls him up for the pin to win.

Winner: Kevin Owens

After the match, Owens stands tall as his music hits. A disappointed Corbin gets up and Owens puts him right back down with a Stunner. Owens’ music starts back up as fans cheer him on.

Back from the break and Kayla stops Baron Corbin backstage. She asks him what now? Corbin shakes his head and goes to speak but looks up and spots something. He runs off and snatches Big E’s Money In the Bank briefcase. Corbin runs away with the briefcase in the air as Big E gives chase.

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We see what happened last week with Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal. Kevin Patrick is backstage with SmackDown Superstar Baron Corbin now, asking why he’s come to RAW as a part of the Brand 2 Brand Invitational. Corbin talks about how bad his life has been as of late. He was sleeping in a production truck this weekend when Jinder called him and offered a chance to turn his life around. Corbin says it’s risk vs. reward and he’s running out of options, so if beating Drew will get him out of these financial troubles, so be it… sword or not. Corbin walks off.

Baron Corbin vs. Drew McIntyre

We go back to the ring for tonight’s opening match as Baron Corbin comes out with no entrance. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Patrick is backstage with McIntyre. Drew talks about Jinder, Veer and Shanky being scared of him. Corbin is a terrible person. Drew goes on about his late mother and why he’s named his sword after her, Angela. McIntyre warns that karma is a bitch and no sympathy will be had for Corbin. We go back to the ring and out comes McIntyre as Mike Rome does the introduction.

The bell rings and Corbin pleads with Drew. Corbin swings and misses. Drew rocks him and unloads in the corner now. Drew with a big chop to the chest. Drew keeps control as we see Jinder, Veer and Shanky watching backstage.

Drew slams Corbin with another suplex for a 2 count. Drew knocks Corbin to the floor and follows. Drew with another big chop while Corbin sits on the announce table. Corbin with a right to the throat, then he shoves Drew into the edge of the apron to turn it around. Corbin rolls Drew back in and follows with a knee to the gut. Corbin tosses Drew back over the top rope to the floor. Corbin charges but Drew catches him and launches him overhead into the barrier. Drew stands tall and yells out as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Corbin lands a big superplex but Drew kicks out at 2. Corbin runs out and right back into the ring but Drew comes back with a Glasgow Kiss headbutt but they both go down. Drew beats Corbin down in the corner now. Drew mounts more offense and kips up for a big pop.

Drew readies for a Claymore Kick as Corbin recovers. Corbin sits up on his knees and begs McIntyre, pleading with him as fans boo. Drew takes the mic and says Corbin is absolutely pathetic. Corbin apparently agrees. Drew says he’s starting to feel bad for Corbin, so if things are that bad… how much money do you need to get by for a few days, a bed, some food, a shower?

Corbin says $100,000 and Drew laughs at him, saying that seems perfectly reasonable. How about $200,000 or $300,000? Drew counts down, 3… 2… 1, and then levels Corbin with a Claymore for the pin to win.

Winner: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew stands tall as his music hits. Jinder, Veer and Shanky come walking down the ramp now. Drew grabs his sword and fans pop as he raises it in the air. Drew begs them to come to the ring but Jinder holds them back. Drew stands tall again with the sword in the air as fans cheer him on.

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Finn Balor vs. Baron Corbin

We go back to the ring for tonight’s main event as Finn Balor makes his way out to a pop. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and out comes Baron Corbin, with no music, as Balor looks on. Corbin takes the mic and pleads from the corner, saying he knows what happened last week wasn’t cool but he’s desperate. Corbin wants help and days he’s sorry. Balor says the apology is not accepted.

Balor attacks and unloads on Corbin, beating him around the ring. Corbin slams Balor into the turnbuckles but misses with a clothesline. Corbin rocks Balor on the apron and sends him head-first into the post. Corbin works Balor over in the ring now, putting him on his knees. Corbin with big body shots in the corner now. Balor fights back and rocks Corbin. Balor with a double-leg takedown, and more strikes.

Balor with another takedown and a double stomp. Fans cheer Balor on as he keeps control. Balor with another pop as he plays to the crowd. Balor blocks a chokeslam and goes for the knee. Balor with a Slingblade now.

Balor points at Corbin and nails the corner dropkick. Balor goes to the top as fans pop. Balor nails Coup de Grace for the pin to win.

Winner: Finn Balor

– After the match, Balor stands tall as his music hits. Corbin rolls to the floor. Balor takes the mic and says three years ago, he would’ve smiled and took what happened last week, but this Finn isn’t smiling. Balor says he wants to face Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Title and if he has to face John Cena to do it, that’s what he is willing to do. Finn says to name the place and the time because he’s… the music interrupts and out comes Reigns with Paul Heyman. Reigns makes his way out and stops at the entrance, raisin the Universal Title belt in the air as the pyro goes off. Balor watches from the ring. We go to commercial before Reigns and Heyman start marching to the ring.

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We go right to the ring and out comes John Cena to a big pop. Cena rushes the ring as Greg Hamilton does the introduction. We get a video package at how Cena recently returned to take shots at WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, and challenge him for SummerSlam. The video also shows how Reigns denied Cena’s challenge last week, but accepted a challenge issued by Finn Balor.

Cena calls it an interesting video and refers to Reigns’ comment on missionary position, saying keep a person in your life if they can make missionary position interesting for two decades. Cena gets the crowd hyped up for tonight’s show and says tonight Reigns will sign a SummerSlam contract with Balor. Fans boo. Cena says that’s only half bad, much respect for Balor, but it only proves his point that Reigns absolutely sucks. Cena goes on and says he has no problem with rejection, he’s been rejected in front of the world and we were there, it wasn’t pretty. Cena says Reigns rejected him because he returned with the same look and music, among other things, and that is so stupid, like asking WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin to come back to “Sasquatch” Steve Houston, or The Rock coming back to WWE as Dwayne “Too Small” Johnson. Cena says it’s ridiculous, it’s not who those guys are, they believe who they are and so do the fans.

Cena goes on and says Reigns has to change every two years because fans stop caring about him, because they don’t believe in him, because Reign doesn’t believe in himself. Cena says Reigns is nothing more than a lazy stooge named Joe, who coasts by on every gimmick in the system. Cena goes on ripping Reigns and says he’s afraid to fail. Cena says he would’ve embarrassed Reigns at SummerSlam and he knows it. Cena says Reigns didn’t reject him because of how he looks, but because of how he would’ve made Reigns look.

Baron Corbin comes out with a mic to interrupt as fans boo. He wants to talk. Fans chant “you suck!” and Cena says he has no idea who Corbin is. Cena now recognizes Corbin and says he looks… horrible, Corbin knows. Corbin says he’s in a bad way. Cena agrees, he looks horrible. Corbin says he and Cena have never been close, but Corbin is desperate and desperate men do desperate things. Corbin says his life is falling apart… he’s lost everything, his car, house and crown, someone stole his identity and his credit is trash. Then last week he suffered an injury to a very sensitive part of his body and now he’s unable to… surf the internet, Cena asks? Eat breakfast cereal? No, Corbin says he’s unable to perform. Cena jokes about exactly how Corbin is unable to perform. Corbin says because of that, his wife left and took the kids.

Corbin says he saw Cena out here, the man who grants so many wishes, and he wondered if Cena can help him. Cena asks fans if he should help the man. Fans respond with some cheers but mostly boos. Cena asks for a definitive answer but it sounds like a strong no. Cena can’t make heads or tails of it. Cena gives Corbin what looks like a dollar bill or two. Corbin says this is it? Corbin says it doesn’t have to be money, he will work for it. He asks Cena to put him in the next Suicide Squad movie. Cena plugs the movie and says filming is over. Corbin asks about a sequel or being Cena’s stunt double. Cena says that’s a bit of a reach. Corbin asks if Cena is going to kick a poor man while he’s down. Corbin says Cena really is a selfish, self-absorbed tight-wad, with an ego the size of California. Corbin calls Cena a Hollywood sell-out. Cena says he will help Corbin with something he desperately needs… an Attitude Adjustment. Cena scoops Corbin and drops him with an AA in the middle of the ring as fans pop. Cena makes his exit as the music hits.

Back from the break and we go to the ring for a SummerSlam contract signing. Sonya Deville and Adam Pearce are out. They talk about the unpredictability of these signings, but they are here tonight to make sure this contract is signed, sealed and delivered in the most efficient way possible. They introduce the challenger first and out comes Finn Balor to a pop.

Balor hits the ring and waits now. Pearce introduces WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns next. The music hits and out comes Reigns with Paul Heyman, to mostly boos but some cheers also. Reigns stop at the entrance and looks out at the crowd. Heyman hands him the title and he raises it in the air as the pyro goes off. Reigns takes his time getting to the ring as Heyman holds the title up behind him. Balor watches from the ring. Reigns laughs at two fans dressed as, and impersonating, John Cena in the front row.

Reigns enters the ring and raises the title again as more pyro explodes. Fans are booing louder now. Heyman takes one of the chairs, tells Pearce to excuse him, and then positions the chair at the head of the table. This chair is for Reigns. He takes his seat as the boos continue. Balor is also seated now. Pearce tells them to feel free to look the contract over, then sign on the proverbial dotted line. Fans start chanting “Cena!” now. Reigns says we’ve already seen Mr. Missionary tonight. Fans boo. Reigns ask Balor if he caught Cena’s promo. Reigns explains how Cena thinks Balor is a lesser man than him, because he said Reigns is ducking him by accepting Balor’s challenge. Reigns says he doesn’t agree, he thinks Balor is worthy to challenge for the title, and worthy to catch this beatdown at SummerSlam.

Reigns says for the record, he doesn’t think Balor is anything like Cena. He sees Balor doesn’t have this tired schtick like Cena, he sees Balor is hungry and he likes that. So Reigns has to say this – if Balor signs this contract, Reigns has to smash him and send him right back to WWE NXT. Fans boo. Reigns puts the mic down and signs the contract. A “Roman sucks!” chant starts up. Balor says Reigns must think pretty highly of himself, and perhaps justifiably so, but it will be Balor’s privilege to return to NXT once again as Universal Champion. Balor puts the mic down and goes to sign the contract as fans pop for his response.

Baron Corbin suddenly attacks Balor from behind, slams his head into the table, and tosses the contract. Corbin destroys Balor and takes him to ringside, beating him against the announce table. Corbin brings the contract back into the ring as Reigns looks at him, somewhat amused. Corbin is about to sign the SummerSlam contract when Cena rushes the ring to a pop.

Cena sends Corbin into the ring post. Cena picks the SummerSlam contract up and looks it over. Reigns seethes now, watching Cena, still sitting in his chair. Cena grabs the marker and signs his name to the contract. Cena shows the camera how he has inked the contract, making the match official with Reigns for SummerSlam. Cena taunts Reigns and exits the ring as his music hits. Reigns is seething now as Heyman kneels down next to him.

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