Baron Corbin has been part of the company for ten years now, and the company can fully depend on him for performing any role needed. He gets a lot of heat and is very good at what he does. That being said, he doesn’t believe “go away” heat exists. Corbin also doesn’t rule out turning babyface at the end of his career.

Corbin eventually changed into Happy Corbin and has been one of the most hated heels in WWE. He still manages to keep himself relevant even now thanks to his skills as a heel.

While speaking on “Bleav in Pro Wrestling,” Happy Corbin made it clear that he is not against turning babyface in his career.

“I’m torn because it would be cool to finish this career and say I was never, ever a good guy. I was never on that side of the game. And to irritate people really does bring me joy,” Corbin said with glee in his voice. “I think a lot of it stems from everyday life. When I go to the airport and the guy forgets to take the seven water bottles out of his bag and his laptop, and now I’m waiting in TSA behind this idiot. I’m going, ‘Dude, have you never flown before?! You can’t have all that?” 


Happy Corbin competed against Pat McAfee at WWE SummerSlam this weekend but was not able to win the match. We’ll have to see what the future holds for Happy Corbin now.

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