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SmackDown Live Star Breaks Major Record, Triple H Reveals The NXT North American Championship

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• Baron Corbin Comments On The Difficulty Of Getting To The WWE Main Roster

During a recent interview with Sky Sports, Baron Corbin talked about being arrogant & thinking it would be easy to get to the main roster when he came in and wrestling being physically demanding.

Below are the highlights:

On being arrogant & thinking it would be easy to get to the main roster when he came in:

“Honestly, I was a little bit arrogant because I came in and thought it was going to be easy and that I’d be on television in a year, no problem. Then you realize how many different things it takes to become a successful superstar, and it really is a rude awakening. I thought it would take a year, but it was three and a half years later that I got called up. It is not easy. I didn’t realize how much detail went into it all and it was a rude awakening for me and it was humbling.”

On wrestling being physically demanding:

“I would challenge anyone who thinks that what we do isn’t taxing on your body. People see what we do and think it would be fun to try but I would challenge anyone to do what we do and show them how physically demanding it is. It deserves a lot more respect. The cool thing is that people have come in from UFC or from the NFL thinking that it’s going to be easy. It instantly demands respect from them and it’s really cool to be a part of seeing the realism of how much this can hurt set in.”

• Triple H Reveals The NXT North American Championship

Below is a video of Triple H revealing the NXT North American Championship (which will be up for grabs in a ladder match this Saturday night at NXT TakeOver: New Orleans):

• SmackDown Live Star Breaks Major Record

SmackDown Live Superstar Carmella has now held the Money in the Bank briefcase for 281 days. She has broken Edge’s record of holding the Money in the Bank contract for the longest time before cashing-in, 280 days.

        
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