In life you live and learn, unless you’re Baron Corbin. A month after he unsuccessfully cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase and lost to John Cena at SummerSlam in the span of five days, The Lone Wolf still can’t keep his eye on the ball.
In what amounted to a pre-Hell in the Cell tune-up match, Corbin took on Tye Dillinger on Tuesday night’s SmackDown.
Then Dillinger caught the U.S title challenger sleeping and reversed a simple suplex attempt into a small package finisher.
10/10 a signature win for Dillinger, while Corbin walks into Sunday’s U.S title match with AJ Styles on a losing streak.