BY GRAHAM GSM MATTHEWS – NOVEMBER 6, 2019
In an age when wrestling villains are more popular than they’ve ever been, Corbin has consistently been able to not only get under the skin of fans but stay vilified as well. He came into his own as an antagonist while in NXT, and he perfected the craft of generating genuine heat from fans upon his move to the main roster in 2016.
The hate he receives isn’t for a lack of talent, either. He may not be an expert technician between the ropes, but he is more than capable of holding his own as a wrestler and especially shines whenever he has a microphone in his hands.
For someone who had zero wrestling experience before signing with WWE in 2012, it’s actually astounding what he’s been able to accomplish in such a short span of time as a heel … Read More HERE
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