Friday, 6 October 2017

AJ Styles vs. Baron Corbin Hell in a Cell 2017 United States Championship Match

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AJ Styles vs. Baron Corbin Hell in a Cell 2017 United States Championship Match

AJ Styles has said that Baron Corbin is a Superstar who accepts alternate routes and wastes open doors. All things considered, The Lone Wolf was quite direct with The Phenomenal One about what he needs next: a match at WWE Hell in a Cell for the United States Title.

Corbin is falling off a coldblooded summer by any measure, yet the previous Mr. Cash in the Bank didn't let a fizzled offer for the WWE Championship prevent him from following one of SmackDown LIVE's most prevalent Superstars. For quite a long time, The Lone Wolf intruded in AJ's issues, meddling in The Phenomenal One's arranged United States Open Challenge title protection against Tye Dillinger on the Aug. 29 release of the blue brand before the opening chime could ring.

AJ Styles vs Baron Corbin Hell in a Cell 2017 United States Championship Match


Weeks after the fact, Corbin brutally assaulted AJ and Dillinger after Styles effectively protected the star-radiant title in a session against The Perfect 10. In any case, before the score could be settled in a one-on-one title confrontation amongst Styles and Corbin on Sept. 18, Dillinger rose for some payback of his own, fighting with The Lone Wolf and keeping the match from consistently beginning.

Styles has stayed champion through the greater part of this, however his remarks about The Lone Wolf's hard working attitude and productivity at long last drove the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal victor off the edge following a session with Dillinger one week later. Corbin assaulted Styles mid-coordinate and, in the wake of discarding The Perfect 10, expressed beyond all doubt that Styles couldn't guard the title against him one-on-one, prompting the test at WWE Hell in a Cell.

As such, no easy routes were taken, and Corbin now has his match. What he does with the open door is dependent upon him.