On the most recent episode of Chris Jericho's 'Talk Is Jericho' podcast, Corbin revealed that he had purchased The Big Show's Florida mansion. What makes the purchase even cooler is that the home is where another legendary WWE big man used to rest ... in peace.
WWE.com released the following statement: "Baron Corbin isn't just the latest Superstar to hold the Money in the Bank contract, he's also the third Superstar to inherit a unique heirloom — and no, we don't mean the Most Metal Athlete award, either.
As The Lone Wolf revealed to Chris Jericho on this week's episode of "Talk is Jericho," he recently purchased a house previously owned by Big Show, who had himself bought the property from none other than The Undertaker.
"It was built for a big man," quips Corbin of the cavernous abode. "Everything is way taller than it should be."
So, by the transitive property, does that mean Corbin literally owns The Undertaker's yard now? Roman Reigns might have a few thoughts for the local zoning board official on that one."
Baron Corbin is riding high in the WWE these days. With his recent Money In The Bank win, Corbin has been anointed as one of the next big superstars to carry the company. Unless Corbin goes the way of Mr. Kennedy or Daimen Sandow, it shouldn't be too long before he's cemented at the top of the card.
Corbin will also get a shot at running with the big boys when he challenges Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at a WWE SmackDown live event in Detroit, Michigan, on July 29th. The two behemoths will almost literally tear down the house as this will be the final WWE event at the Joe Louis Arena.
We ran a poll on our podcast's Twitter asking fans who they thought would have the biggest career in the next five years between Corbin, Big Cass, Luke Harper and Enzo Amore. So far, Corbin is the runaway favorite.
Who will have a better career in five years?— Over The Ropes (@CBOverTheRopes) June 29, 2017