LAS VEGAS — Rookie mistakes have cost Baron Corbin in the past, but against two-time World Champion Dolph Ziggler at WWE Money in the Bank, The Lone Wolf showed the world — and The Showoff — his ability to evolve and adapt as a competitor.

Capitalizing on a misstep by Ziggler, Corbin used the End of Days to shut down The Showoff in just over 12 minutes, perhaps finally bringing to a close a rivalry that has raged on since the night after WrestleMania.

Though conclusive, The Lone Wolf’s win didn’t come easily. The veteran Ziggler used his agility to keep Corbin on his toes early, connecting with a dropkick before being floored by the heavy hands of the three-time Golden Gloves boxer. Corbin then pursued a methodical attack, putting all of his 280 pounds on Ziggler as he controlled him on the canvas.

WWE Network: Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin: WWE Money in the Bank 2016

Baron Corbin looks to knock off the more veteran Superstar, Dolph Ziggler, in a bitter fight at WWE Money in the Bank 2016: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

Ziggler bounced back, but every time The Showoff began to build momentum, Corbin stopped him in his tracks. With each reversal of Ziggler’s offense, The Lone Wolf displayed proved he was one step ahead of the veteran Superstar. When The Showoff sought to Irish whip Corbin into the corner, the 6-foot-8 brawler displayed incredible quickness, sliding out and then back into the ring before tagging Ziggler with a vicious surprise clothesline. On two occasions, Corbin successfully countered one of Ziggler’s favorite weapons, the Famouser.

The third time was the charm, as The Showoff eventually connected with the Famouser, yet Corbin still would not stay down, kicking out at two. Moments later, when the action spilled to the outside, Ziggler leapt off the ring steps toward Corbin. Except Ziggler lost his footing during the high-risk attack, allowing the winner of the 2016 Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal to catch Ziggler and slam him on the floor with the Deep Six.

Ever-resilient, Ziggler fought on, and even attempted to take the battle to the air by climbing to the top rope. Once again, The Lone Wolf showed his heightened ring awareness, cutting Ziggler off at the pass and bringing him back inside the ring, where he dropped him with the End of Days for the pin.

Now that Corbin has taken down one of WWE’s most established and revered competitors, who is the next member of WWE’s established guard to feel The Lone Wolf’s bite?

LAS VEGAS — Rookie mistakes have cost Baron Corbin in the past, but against two-time World Champion Dolph Ziggler at WWE Money in the Bank, The Lone Wolf showed the world — and The Showoff — his ability to evolve and adapt as a competitor.

Capitalizing on a misstep by Ziggler, Corbin used the End of Days to shut down The Showoff in just over 12 minutes, perhaps finally bringing to a close a rivalry that has raged on since the night after WrestleMania.

Though conclusive, The Lone Wolf’s win didn’t come easily. The veteran Ziggler used his agility to keep Corbin on his toes early, connecting with a dropkick before being floored by the heavy hands of the three-time Golden Gloves boxer. Corbin then pursued a methodical attack, putting all of his 280 pounds on Ziggler as he controlled him on the canvas.

WWE Network: Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin: WWE Money in the Bank 2016

Baron Corbin looks to knock off the more veteran Superstar, Dolph Ziggler, in a bitter fight at WWE Money in the Bank 2016: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

Ziggler bounced back, but every time The Showoff began to build momentum, Corbin stopped him in his tracks. With each reversal of Ziggler’s offense, The Lone Wolf displayed proved he was one step ahead of the veteran Superstar. When The Showoff sought to Irish whip Corbin into the corner, the 6-foot-8 brawler displayed incredible quickness, sliding out and then back into the ring before tagging Ziggler with a vicious surprise clothesline. On two occasions, Corbin successfully countered one of Ziggler’s favorite weapons, the Famouser.

The third time was the charm, as The Showoff eventually connected with the Famouser, yet Corbin still would not stay down, kicking out at two. Moments later, when the action spilled to the outside, Ziggler leapt off the ring steps toward Corbin. Except Ziggler lost his footing during the high-risk attack, allowing the winner of the 2016 Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal to catch Ziggler and slam him on the floor with the Deep Six.

Ever-resilient, Ziggler fought on, and even attempted to take the battle to the air by climbing to the top rope. Once again, The Lone Wolf showed his heightened ring awareness, cutting Ziggler off at the pass and bringing him back inside the ring, where he dropped him with the End of Days for the pin.

Now that Corbin has taken down one of WWE’s most established and revered competitors, who is the next member of WWE’s established guard to feel The Lone Wolf’s bite?