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Baron Corbin won the 3rd annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

Baron Corbin won the 3rd annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

DALLAS — In any over-the-top rope challenge, it’s a safe bet to predict a heavyweight competitor will win. But at WrestleMania 32, it was an unlikely young up-and-comer – NXT Superstar Baron Corbin – who stood last in the ring, shocking the WWE Universe.

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With surprise formidable entrants Shaquille O'Neal, Diamond Dallas Page and Tatanka all vying for a win, it was the six-foot-eight, 275-pound Corbin who made a name for himself on The Grandest Stage of Them All by eliminating Kane.

Equally shocking was how the bout started out, when NBA great Shaq stunned the WWE Universe and match participants as he charged to the ring. Decked out in Tapout gear and ready to show off his strength and athleticism, Shaq quickly relived a Raw guest star moment with Big Show when he engaged in a staredown with the giant. After the two seven-footers sized each other up, The World’s Largest Athlete made a quick statement by eliminating Fandango, while Shaq dispatched Sandow.

Realizing what was unfolding, the ring full of competitors quickly teamed up and used their combined strength to eliminate both major threats. Then it was every Superstar for himself, in an all-out-war to see who would claim the coveted Andre the Giant Trophy.

As the number of participants dwindled down, Kane eliminated Bo Dallas and Darren Young. Then, in a career-defining moment, Corbin eliminated The Big Red Monster to claim the biggest victory of his young career.

Corbin joins the ranks of Cesaro and Big Show, who won 2014 and 2015’s prestigious competition, respectively. What’s next for the NXT standout after his big win on The Grandest Stage of Them All?

DALLAS — In any over-the-top rope challenge, it’s a safe bet to predict a heavyweight competitor will win. But at WrestleMania 32, it was an unlikely young up-and-comer – NXT Superstar Baron Corbin – who stood last in the ring, shocking the WWE Universe.

View Battle Royal photos

With surprise formidable entrants Shaquille O'Neal, Diamond Dallas Page and Tatanka all vying for a win, it was the six-foot-eight, 275-pound Corbin who made a name for himself on The Grandest Stage of Them All by eliminating Kane.

Equally shocking was how the bout started out, when NBA great Shaq stunned the WWE Universe and match participants as he charged to the ring. Decked out in Tapout gear and ready to show off his strength and athleticism, Shaq quickly relived a Raw guest star moment with Big Show when he engaged in a staredown with the giant. After the two seven-footers sized each other up, The World’s Largest Athlete made a quick statement by eliminating Fandango, while Shaq dispatched Sandow.

Realizing what was unfolding, the ring full of competitors quickly teamed up and used their combined strength to eliminate both major threats. Then it was every Superstar for himself, in an all-out-war to see who would claim the coveted Andre the Giant Trophy.

As the number of participants dwindled down, Kane eliminated Bo Dallas and Darren Young. Then, in a career-defining moment, Corbin eliminated The Big Red Monster to claim the biggest victory of his young career.

Corbin joins the ranks of Cesaro and Big Show, who won 2014 and 2015’s prestigious competition, respectively. What’s next for the NXT standout after his big win on The Grandest Stage of Them All?