Happy Corbin Would Have Loved To Save First End Of Days Kick-Out For A Bigger Moment

Happy Corbin speaks about his finisher being kicked out of.

Happy Corbin has spoken about the End of Days finally being kicked out of. 

The WWE Superstar's finisher had never been kicked out of onscreen until WrestleMania 38 earlier this year, when Drew McIntyre survived the manoeuvre en route to victory.

In an appearance on Out Of Character with Ryan Satin, Corbin explained:

"Wasn’t my call, let’s just say that. [...] I would have loved to have saved that for a bigger moment for me, and something that selfishly would have benefited me, but I think that 100 percent benefited [Drew] and where he’s going.

"I think for me, I would have loved to save that for a big match with Roman Reigns or a moment where maybe I’m getting an opportunity to win a world title and we can use that prior to winning or something like that. [...] I think it made a special moment for him and hopefully he appreciates that, and hopefully he knows what it meant to me, and it got an unbelievable reaction when he did.

"That’s the first ever, and so hopefully now, maybe just one person in all of history will kick out of it - who knows? But yeah, that broke my heart. I mean that was hard because that was kind of my thing. I don’t have a list of titles. I have a lot of amazing accomplishments from King of the Ring to ‘Constable’ to Money in the Bank [...] but to me, that was something that I held that was special, and I think people also thought it was special, and it’s unique nowadays to have a finish nobody’s kicked out of. But it made it nearly ten years so, that’s pretty awesome."

H/T to POST Wrestling.

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