Is awesome. In an era of indy darlings actually getting noticed and pushed, Corbin stands out as a truly notable new WWE-built talent. And I'm not done fanboying yet, so here's a thread to discuss him, seriously, in terms of what you want to see. Following a neat rub at WM, Corbin has been passed a torch. The Torch of Giants! At around 6' 8" and roughly 270 lbs, the guy is big, but without being so big he becomes unwieldy in the ring. And that's not all folks: this monster actually has a personality. And unlike the generic monster who talks about how big or scary he is, Corbin's line of dialogue runs on an entirely different thread: Pay attention to me. Give me a chance. Let me show you that I can hang with the best. Go back to ROH you indy geeks, because it's my turn. It's taken time to surface, but Corbin is a craggy and vicious man, salty about his misfortunes in NXT, and this frustration then manifests in the ring. The character is very heel but is now rather over. I personally would like Corbin to capture the title before main roster, but failing that, good uppercard feuds would be fine. His beef with Regal is a good bit though. It's not often we see heel wrestler struggling to earn the respect or opportunity from a face GM, and it can work as a storyline. So what next? Who next? Where would you like to see this character in 5 years?