The promising “Lone Wolf” has a bright future in WWE, no doubt. But his latest achievement comes from out of the ring in shape of one of the most bizarre awards I’ve ever come across

The Revolver Music Awards exist to give the deserved attention to the greatest in rock and heavy metal. But strangely enough, the awards aren’t all about the musicians. One of their awards is to celebrate the “Most Metal Athlete”. Corbin isn’t the first WWE talent to have this award, as WWE COO and occasional Wrestler Triple H previously won this award back in 2013.

A strange award indeed, where wrestlers with no singing experience or exposure can win big in the music business. It certainly shows how much of an impact WWE have on the music industry, as well as everywhere else too.

Congratulations Baron Corbin!

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