Amid a sea of fives, sixes and the occasional seven, one Superstar alone can be rated The Perfect 10. At least, that’s how Tye Dillinger views the playing field of NXT, the place where the calculating ring veteran plies his well-honed trade. Endlessly confident, the silky-smooth Dillinger thinks nothing of stopping a bout mid-match to grade his own performance. (Hint: It’s always 10 out of 10.) Armed with an encyclopedic knowledge of holds and the discipline needed to apply them flawlessly, it’s hard to argue that Dillinger is anything less than perfect.
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Sep 26, 2017

Tye Dillinger vs. Baron Corbin

Out comes Baron Corbin first. Tye Dillinger is out next. The music interrupts and out comes WWE United States Champion AJ Styles for commentary. Corbin is distracted by Styles, which allows Tye to attack from behind before the bell rings. Fans pop as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and Corbin has been in control. Dillinger rolls him up for a 2 count. Corbin goes right back to work. Corbin with a chokeslam backbreaker for a 2 count. Corbin wastes some time talking trash to AJ. Tye turns it around and covers for a 2 count. They end up on the floor and Corbin blocks, pushing Tye into the ring post. Tye moves and Corbin hits the steel steps shoulder first. Tye brings it back into the ring for the Tye Breaker but Corbin slides out and goes to the floor. Corbin ends up dumping AJ’s water on him. Tye comes out but Corbin launches him over the announce table, into AJ. The referee counts as Corbin returns to the ring. Dillinger crawls but gets counted out.

Winner: Baron Corbin via Countout

After the match, Corbin immediately knocks Tye off the apron with a big boot. AJ hits the ring but Corbin retreats to the ramp. Corbin takes the mic and talks trash. He says AJ knows he can’t retain his title one-on-one against Corbin. Corbin goes on and says he wants AJ at Hell In a Cell, promising to take the title. Corbin drops the mic and walks off.

Sep 19, 2017

Out comes WWE United States Champion AJ Styles as we see what led to this match. AJ takes the mic and fans chant his name. AJ says first, Kevin Owens has no idea what he’s done after what he did to Vince McMahon last week. Owens beat up the man responsible for AJ being in WWE and the man responsible for the WWE Universe being here tonight. AJ was happy to hear it would be Owens vs. Shane in Hell In a Cell. AJ is confident that Owens won’t make it out alive. AJ addresses Mr. Shortcut Baron Corbin now and starts talking about some of his recent failures. AJ says Corbin will fail when he steps into the ring with The Phenomenal One. AJ says Corbin can huff and puff but he will never blow down the house that AJ Styles built. The music hits and out comes Baron Corbin.

Corbin hits the ring and we get formal ring introductions from Hamilton. Corbin decks AJ before the bell rings. Corbin unloads in the corner as the referee tries to get him to stop. Tye Dillinger runs out for the save and takes out Corbin’s knee. Tye unloads and sends Corbin out of the ring. Referees run down to break up the fight. Corbin scrambles back into the ring and sells an ankle injury. AJ is slow to recover in the corner as well. Corbin clutches his ankle. AJ attacks Corbin and applies the Calf Crusher. The hold is broken as Corbin rolls to the floor and the referee talks to AJ. Corbin clutches his ankle on the floor as the referee checks on him and AJ’s music plays.

Sep 12, 2017

WWE United States Championships
Tye Dillinger vs. AJ Styles

The bell rings and they go at it. They run the ropes and trade counters. Dillinger with a neckbreaker early on. AJ comes right back with a dropkick. They end up tangling on the apron and Dillinger shoves AJ into the ring post. AJ falls to the floor and is down as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and Dillinger has control of AJ in the corner but AJ fights out with a powerbomb. More back and forth now. AJ misses a pele kick but comes right back and drops Dillinger. Dillinger dumps AJ to the apron. AJ rocks Tye and goes for a Phenomenal Forearm but Baron Corbin runs down and jumps on the apron. AJ hits Corbin with the forearm instead. Dillinger takes advantage and covers for a 2 count. AJ blocks the Tye Breaker but Tye blocks the Styles Clash. Tye hits the Tye Breaker without exposing his knee. AJ kicks out at 2. AJ ends up applying the Calf Crusher for the win.

Winner: AJ Styles

After the match, AJ stands tall as we go to replays. AJ waits as Tye limps to his feet. AJ raises the title and extends his hand for a shake. Tye shakes and AJ backs out of the ring but Corbin pulls him to the floor. Corbin launches AJ over the barrier. Tye comes out but Corbin drops him as fans boo. Corbin hits AJ with End of Days on the floor. Corbin tells AJ that he will be the opponent for next week’s US Title Open Challenge. Fans boo as Corbin drops the mic.

Sep 11, 2017

Sep 5, 2017

Tye Dillinger vs. Baron Corbin

We go to the ring and United States Champion AJ Styles is out for commentary. Baron Corbin is out next. We see what happened last week during the US Title Open Challenge. Tye Dillinger is out next.

The bell rings and Corbin goes to ringside to talk trash to AJ. Tye takes advantage and dives through the ropes, taking Corbin out on the floor. Dillinger goes to work and unloads on Corbin. Corbin comes back into the ring but Tye follows and keeps control. Dillinger clotheslines Corbin over the top, back to the floor. We go to commercial with Dillinger standing tall.

Back from the break and Corbin works Tye over in the corner, going out and coming back in with a big clothesline for a close 2 count. Dillinger ends up turning it around and stomping away in the corner as fans count along. Tye looks to put Corbin away but Corbin turns it around. They go to the floor and Corbin sends Tye into the barrier. Corbin brings it back into the ring and talks trash to AJ, who is standing at the announce table. Corbin goes for a slam but Tye counters and rolls him up for a close 2 count. Corbin ends up nailing a cheap shot to the throat while the referee’s view was blocked. Corbin with a big shot in the corner before laughing at Tye. Corbin nails End of Days for the win.

After the match, Corbin stares AJ down. AJ steps away from the table and talks trash to Corbin, holding the title up at him.

Winner: Baron Corbin

Later, AJ Styles approaches Tye Dillinger backstage. AJ says the US Open Challenge will only be open to Tye next week so they can give the fans what they want to see. Tye agrees and AJ wishes him good luck.

Aug 29, 2017

AJ reminds us how he Kevin Owens lost the chance to challenge for the title as long as he holds it. AJ kicks off the Open Challenge to the rest of the roster. The music hits and out comes Tye Dillinger. Baron Corbin confronts him on the stage and they argue. Corbin shoves Tye and Tye shoves him back. Tye heads to the ring but Corbin tries to stop him again. Tye leaves Corbin down at ringside.

WWE United States Championship
Tye Dillinger vs. AJ Styles

The bell rings and they go at it. Tye blocks an early Phenomenal Forearm attempt and goes for the Tye Breaker but AJ counters that. AJ drops Tye into the Calf Crusher and gets the win.

Winner: AJ Styles

After the quick match, AJ celebrates as Corbin pulls Tye to the floor and launches him into the barrier. Corbin tries to come in after AJ but AJ hits him with a forearm. Corbin throws a fit at ringside as AJ stands tall.

Aug 8, 2017

Tye Dillinger and Sami Zayn vs. The Usos

Tye starts off with Jimmy Uso and unloads on him with offense. Sami tags in and goes for an early Helluva Kick but Jey Uso pulls his brother to safety. The Usos regroup on the floor as we go back to commercial already.

Back from the break and Jimmy is down with Sami. Jey tags in and stops Sami from tagging. Tye finally gets the tag and unloads on Uso. Tye stomps away in the corner as fans count along. Jey rolls to the floor for another breather with his brother. Tye runs the ropes for a dive but Jey meets him at the ropes with a big shot. Sami runs the ropes and leaps out onto both of The Usos. Sami rolls Uso back into the ring to Dillinger, who plants him for a close 2 count. Jimmy drops Sami on the floor with a shot to the jaw. Tye goes to the top but Jey cuts him off. Jey climbs up for a superplex as Jimmy tags in, Tye fights them both off and goes after Jey off the top but has to roll through. Tye goes for the Tye Breaker on Jey but can’t hit it as Jimmy kicks him. They double team Tye and take out his knee before Jey applies the Tequila Sunrise. Tye taps out.

Winners: The Usos

After the match, The Usos stand tall as Sami helps a limping Tye out of the ring. We go to replays. The Usos take the mic and wonder where the champions are. They mock The New Day again and promise to become the new SmackDown Tag Team Champions at SummerSlam. Big E’s voice rings out as The New Day makes their entrance. It’s actually just Big E, who comes out to the stage and dances a bit. Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston attack from behind and unload on The Usos in the ring. Big E joins them and the triple team begins as fans chant for the champs. Woods brings two steel chairs in as the attack continues. They scoop Jimmy for a shot into a steel chair but Jey pulls him to safety from the floor. The Usos retreat as The New Day stands tall in the ring.

Jun 24, 2017

Vancouver, British Columbia:

Baron Corbin defeated Tye Dillinger

May 21, 2017

Tye Dillinger vs. Aiden English

Fans start booing as Aiden English makes his way out with a mic and a spotlight. English sings and takes a shot at Chicago as the boos continue. English goes to perform an encore but Tye Dillinger’s music interrupts and out he comes to a pop.

The bell rings and we get some stalling. Fans boo English and pop for Tye. They lock up and go at it. English takes Dillinger down first. They tangle and trade holds but Dillinger gets the upperhand and taunts English as a “10” chant starts. English decks him and takes it to the corner. English mounts Tye in the corner and talks some trash but it backfires. English ends up pulling Dillinger into the top rope as Tye was arguing with the referee. English runs back in with a neckbreaker as he keeps control of Tye. English wastes some time but launches himself into Tye in the corner. English poses as fans boo and we take a break.

Back from the break and English is still in control, keeping Tye grounded in the middle of the ring. Fans try to rally for Tye. English with knees before taking Tye back down. English sings while he has Tye grounded. Tye fights out and gets a 2 count. Tye with an atomic drop and chops. Tye kicks English in the face and nails a flying forearm. Tye with more offense as the crowd pops.

Dillinger mounts English in the corner and unloads as fans count to 10. Dillinger drops the knee pad but English rolls to the floor to escape. English ends up suckering Tye in and dropping him over the top rope. English goes to the top but Tye brings him to the mat. Dillinger goes back up but misses a top rope splash. English drops Tye on his face for a close 2 count. English gets frustrated and starts crying like he did a few weeks ago. English talks some trash and scoops Tye for a slam. English goes back to the top but misses on the way down. Tye side steps as English charges and hits the Tye Breaker for the win.

Winner: Tye Dillinger

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