One of Baron Corbin’s claims to fame is that he was the last person to pin Roman Reigns, the current Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. Walking into the WWE TLC pay-per-view in December 2019, Reigns and Corbin — dubbed to as King Corbin at the time — were involved in a heated rivalry.
The match then transitioned into the trademark Tables, Ladders, and Chairs format, with Corbin ultimately emerging victorious after pinning Reigns with the assistance of an outside party. Their fight continued into the new year, until cooling off in late February of 2020.
On February 28, after the live broadcast of “SmackDown,” they competed in a contest that was not shown on television. On Thursday morning, when WWE’s YouTube channel had already surpassed 92.5 million followers, the aforementioned match was eventually uploaded for viewing.
Corbin, WWE Hall of Famer JBL, Kayla Braxton, and Matt Camp from “The Bump” all got together to watch and discuss Corbin’s unaired match against “The Tribal Chief.” At both rings as the bell rung, Corbin escaped any potential lockup with Reigns by slipping out.
The Boston, Massachusetts audience was extremely hostile, so for the third time, Corbin stood on the apron to silence them. When he turned around, Reigns slapped him across the face, sending him crashing to the ground. After tossing Corbin into the ringside barricade and the announce table, Reigns gained control of the match from outside the ring.
After gaining the upper hand with a kick to the inner thigh, Corbin went on to dominate the rest of the bout and mock the local New England Patriots faithful via microphone. And that gave Reigns a chance to collect himself again. Reigns defeated Corbin with a Superman Punch and a spear after nearly ten minutes of fighting.
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