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United States Champion AJ Styles vs. Baron Corbin vs. Tye Dillinger (Triple Threat Match)

AJ Styles has said that Baron Corbin is a Superstar who takes shortcuts and squanders opportunities. Well, The Lone Wolf was pretty straightforward with The Phenomenal One about what he wants next: a match at WWE Hell in a Cell for the United States Title. And during the WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff, Tye Dillinger was added to the mix to make it a Triple Threat Match.

Corbin is coming off a cruel summer by any measure, but the former Mr. Money in the Bank didn’t let a failed bid for the WWE Championship stop him from going after one of SmackDown LIVE’s most popular Superstars. For weeks, The Lone Wolf meddled in AJ’s affairs, interfering in The Phenomenal One’s planned United States Open Challenge title defense against Tye Dillinger on the Aug. 29 edition of the blue brand before the opening bell could ring. Weeks later, Corbin savagely attacked AJ and Dillinger after Styles successfully defended the star-spangled title in a bout against The Perfect 10. However, before the score could be settled in a one-on-one title showdown between Styles and Corbin on Sept. 18, Dillinger emerged for some payback of his own, brawling with The Lone Wolf and preventing the match from ever getting started.

Styles has remained champion through all of this, but his comments about The Lone Wolf’s work ethic and efficiency finally drove the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner off the edge following a bout with Dillinger one week later. Corbin attacked Styles mid-match and, after disposing of The Perfect 10, stated in no uncertain terms that Styles could not defend the title against him one-on-one, leading to the challenge at WWE Hell in a Cell.

Then, on the Tuesday before the pay-per-view showdown. Tye Dillinger upset Corbin on SmackDown LIVe. As a result, SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan decided to add The Perfect 10 to the action to make it a Triple Thiple Match. 

Tune in to see who leaves as U.S. Champion at WWE Hell in a Cell, streaming live tonight at 8 ET/5 PT on the award-winning WWE Network.

AJ Styles has said that Baron Corbin is a Superstar who takes shortcuts and squanders opportunities. Well, The Lone Wolf was pretty straightforward with The Phenomenal One about what he wants next: a match at WWE Hell in a Cell for the United States Title. And during the WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff, Tye Dillinger was added to the mix to make it a Triple Threat Match.

Corbin is coming off a cruel summer by any measure, but the former Mr. Money in the Bank didn’t let a failed bid for the WWE Championship stop him from going after one of SmackDown LIVE’s most popular Superstars. For weeks, The Lone Wolf meddled in AJ’s affairs, interfering in The Phenomenal One’s planned United States Open Challenge title defense against Tye Dillinger on the Aug. 29 edition of the blue brand before the opening bell could ring. Weeks later, Corbin savagely attacked AJ and Dillinger after Styles successfully defended the star-spangled title in a bout against The Perfect 10. However, before the score could be settled in a one-on-one title showdown between Styles and Corbin on Sept. 18, Dillinger emerged for some payback of his own, brawling with The Lone Wolf and preventing the match from ever getting started.

Styles has remained champion through all of this, but his comments about The Lone Wolf’s work ethic and efficiency finally drove the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner off the edge following a bout with Dillinger one week later. Corbin attacked Styles mid-match and, after disposing of The Perfect 10, stated in no uncertain terms that Styles could not defend the title against him one-on-one, leading to the challenge at WWE Hell in a Cell.

Then, on the Tuesday before the pay-per-view showdown. Tye Dillinger upset Corbin on SmackDown LIVe. As a result, SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan decided to add The Perfect 10 to the action to make it a Triple Thiple Match. 

Tune in to see who leaves as U.S. Champion at WWE Hell in a Cell, streaming live tonight at 8 ET/5 PT on the award-winning WWE Network.