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Braun Strowman vs. Baron Corbin (Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match)

Braun Strowman vs. Baron Corbin (Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match)

Though Braun Strowman has been sidelined with an injury, Baron Corbin has made it clear that their match at WWE TLC will go on as planned. According to Corbin, he will become the Permanent General Manager of Monday Night Raw if and when The Monster Among Men is not medically cleared to compete.

It was supposed to be a showdown of redemption for Strowman. After The Lone Wolf cost Strowman his match for the then-vacant Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar by striking him in the back with the title, Strowman immediately went looking for payback.

Concerned with beating her brother Shane McMahon and SmackDown LIVE at Survivor Series, Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon agreed that if Strowman helped Team Raw win the Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Elimination Match at WWE’s fall classic (without touching Corbin prior to the contest), then he would “Get These Hands” on Corbin and would receive a Universal Title Match against Lesnar.

After Strowman fulfilled his side of the bargain, however, Stephanie cited lawyer difficulties as the reason why she couldn’t give Strowman exactly what he wanted on Raw. Instead, she created a match between Strowman and Corbin for WWE TLC. If Strowman won that contest, he’d finally receive his Universal Title opportunity against Brock Lesnar at Royal Rumble. If Corbin walked out with a victory, though, he would become the permanent General Manager of Monday Night Raw. And if he didn’t, he would lose all authority. That match was scheduled to be a Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match.

Things took a drastic turn, however, when Corbin, Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley unleashed a three-on-one assault on Strowman that shattered the fierce Superstar’s elbow. Now, it seems The Monster Along Men’s misfortune may just work to Corbin’s advantage.    

Don’t miss WWE TLC on Sunday, Dec. 16, at 7 ET/4 PT, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.

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Though Braun Strowman has been sidelined with an injury, Baron Corbin has made it clear that their match at WWE TLC will go on as planned. According to Corbin, he will become the Permanent General Manager of Monday Night Raw if and when The Monster Among Men is not medically cleared to compete.

It was supposed to be a showdown of redemption for Strowman. After The Lone Wolf cost Strowman his match for the then-vacant Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar by striking him in the back with the title, Strowman immediately went looking for payback.

Concerned with beating her brother Shane McMahon and SmackDown LIVE at Survivor Series, Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon agreed that if Strowman helped Team Raw win the Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Elimination Match at WWE’s fall classic (without touching Corbin prior to the contest), then he would “Get These Hands” on Corbin and would receive a Universal Title Match against Lesnar.

After Strowman fulfilled his side of the bargain, however, Stephanie cited lawyer difficulties as the reason why she couldn’t give Strowman exactly what he wanted on Raw. Instead, she created a match between Strowman and Corbin for WWE TLC. If Strowman won that contest, he’d finally receive his Universal Title opportunity against Brock Lesnar at Royal Rumble. If Corbin walked out with a victory, though, he would become the permanent General Manager of Monday Night Raw. And if he didn’t, he would lose all authority. That match was scheduled to be a Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match.

Things took a drastic turn, however, when Corbin, Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley unleashed a three-on-one assault on Strowman that shattered the fierce Superstar’s elbow. Now, it seems The Monster Along Men’s misfortune may just work to Corbin’s advantage.    

Don’t miss WWE TLC on Sunday, Dec. 16, at 7 ET/4 PT, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.