Baron Corbin: Bio
A former NFL player whose aggression got him booted from the game, Baron Corbin has found the perfect outlet for his rage in WWE, and the perfect target for it in, well, anyone and everyone who crosses his path.
Less a Superstar than a force of nature, The Lone Wolf made his mark on The Grandest Stage of Them All when he eliminated Kane from the third annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal to win the bout and stake his claim as the legendary giant’s heir apparent. He hasn’t stopped since then, wrecking rivals like AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose and Sami Zayn, and winning the Money in the Bank Ladder Match and the United States Championship.
Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon empowered Corbin as Constable of Monday Night Raw in an effort to ensure that General Manager Kurt Angle makes the right decisions for the brand, and The Lone Wolf was soon promoted to Acting Raw General Manager after McMahon sent The Olympic Hero away on a vacation. Corbin wielded power over his fellow Superstars with glee, but was finally knocked out of power at WWE TLC where Braun Strowman led a cadre of Raw competitors — including Finn Bálor and Angle himself — to defeat Corbin and end his reign of terror.
Corbin wasn't done playing spoiler for Angle quite yet, though. Selected to be Angle's opponent in The Olympic Hero's Farewell Match at WrestleMania 35, The Lone Wolf shocked the WWE Universe by pinning the WWE Legend in his last stand.
Corbin likes to proclaim that he spells the End of Days for anyone who dares to fight him. At the end of the day, that might just land him the Universal Championship.