As the temporary General Manager of Monday Night Raw, Baron Corbin has been on the warpath in recent weeks.
With Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre behind him, nobody was getting ahead of him and his power trip.
When the trio took out Braun Strowman on Raw weeks back, it led to the announcement of a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match at the eponymous pay-per-view.
If Corbin was to win, or Strowman didn't show up due to his recent surgery, the Lone Wolf would become the permanent General Manager of Monday nights.
But despite all the rumours, the Monster Among Men did indeed appear, albeit in a shoulder sling, and even though he was in his wrestling attire it looked like Strowman had no intent of competing.
So Strowman got the help of several stars that had been wronged under the dictatorship of Corbin to help lay him to waste, and when the likes of Finn Balor and Bobby Roode had roughed him up, the acting GM tried to walk away from the beating.
But he was met by a surprise on the stage - in the form of a returning Kurt Angle.
The former Raw GM's last appearance had been a humiliation at the hands of McIntyre in the Raw main event on November 5, and little had been heard since.
The Olympic gold medalist repeatedly struck Corbin with a steel chair until he got back into the ring, and he was put away by Strowman after several finishing moves were hit by the gang of stars who had grew sick and tired of his leadership.
With Vince McMahon returning to Raw this evening, there's every chance he will name a permanent replacement for Corbin.
Angle has reportedly been training for a return to the ring, so you'd think going back to his GM role would be out of the question.
With the viewership on Monday nights sinking to new depths in recent weeks, the mystique around a new authority figure may just draw a few more eyes back to the product, alongside the return of the Chairman of the board.
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