Happy Corbin really doesn’t like WWE’s newly-extended color commentator Pat McAfee.

He doesn’t like how he “lucked” into his job, his popularity, or the fact that constantly calls him “Brokeass Corbin” despite having known each other going back over a decade thanks to their shared time as training camp competitors with the Indianapolis Colts in 2009. So naturally, with a match between the duo already booked for SummerSlam, the duo would spend their time doing their jobs, working on their crafts, and preparing for the big day in Nashville, right?

Well, maybe that’s been the case for McAfee, but Corbin has made it his mission to attack his former friend at every turn, beating him down when the camera’s turned off at the end of Money in the Bank to the point where the former All-Pro needed to attend a post-show UFC event in a neck brace, and again on the penultimate edition of Smackdown before SummerSlam, where the former King of the Ring kicked the collegiate kicker out of his seat and continued their brawl all the way to the backstage area.

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How did Pat not see that one coming? Like Corbin would have had to be standing right next to him? Oh well, it’s not always about how a fight starts but instead how it ends, and it’s clear this one is going to reach its conclusion at SummerSlam… that is, unless Madcap Moss’ former friend shows up at foe’s show on Sirius XM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio and delivers a serious beatdown. After everything that has already gone down, I wouldn’t put it past him.