WWE Superstars can go through all sorts of character changes during their time in the company. These instances of evolving help keep a character fresh, but they also need to be carefully considered before pulling the trigger on anything. That is where Vince McMahon’s final decision comes into play.

Madcap Moss is now a babyface and feuding with Happy Corbin. Following a recent attack from Corbin, Moss was kayfabe injured and many expect change for his character after he returns.

Ringside News was told by a tenured member of the creative team that, “there have been pitches about Moss since he started the gimmick.” As of this writing, “Vince [McMahon] has not signed off on any of them.”

Moss could certainly play another role in WWE. He was able to take the ball and run with it when given a character that just cracks bad dad jokes all the time. One would think that his next steps will receive the same “all or nothing” attitude.


Riddick Moss was a 24/7 Champion and enjoying the spotlight until he was pulled from television during the pandemic. He stayed out of action, but for good reason. In July, 2020, Moss revealed, “I was having a blast. Then COVID came and everything shut down, especially for me with my personal situation with my brother having cystic fibrosis and living with him.”

Now that Moss is back on WWE television it appears that he is doing everything he needs to stay there. Only time will tell what’s next for him, but there is no shortage of ideas if Vince McMahon will approve one.

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