‘Roman Reigns’, ‘Dave Meltzer’, ‘Jhon Cena’ help Baron Corbin through GoFundMe created on UK site


WWE set up a GoFundMe website for Baron Corbin on the latest episode of WWE SmackDown

Baron Corbin’s fall from grace over the last couple of years has been steeper than a cow’s face. Corbin who was ‘King Corbin’ in 2019, is currently broke.

He turned up on the recent episode of Friday Night SmackDown looking completely downtrodden and crestfallen.

Corbin had his car towed off a while ago and was also on the verge of losing his home and moving into his in-laws’ home.

Baron Corbin has an actual website for his GoFundMe
Baron Corbin shared details of his GoFundMe on SmackDown (WWE)

He then revealed the GoFundMe site created by the WWE for his welfare. Kevin Owens and Big E then arrived, Owens stunned an already broken Corbin which left him more dejected.

Owens and Big E then volunteered to donate at least $5000 to his GoFundMe, even as a distraught Corbin walked off. The GoFundMe site had a target of $100,000.

The site created by the WWE for Corbin had a legion of WWE fans all around the world amused.

A real GoFundMe website for Baron Corbin sees donations from ‘Jhon Cena’ and others

It now looks like someone has created a real GoFundMe website for the fallen Baron Corbin. A user named Cory Storm has been organizing this fundraiser from the United Kingdom.

With a target of $100,000, this GoFundMe has currently raised $185 dollars from 10 donors, so far.

Baron Corbin GoFundMe Website
A screengrab of Baron Corbin’s GoFundMe website created by his fans

Even more amusing are the names of the donors. Popular journalist Dave Meltzer donated $5, while WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns and legendary WWE Superstar ‘Jhon Cena’ donated $10 each.

Baron Corbin GoFundMe website
Screengrab showing donations received from Roman Reigns, Dave Meltzer and ‘Jhon Cena’

So, what are you waiting for? Jump in and show some love for Baron Corbin.

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