Happy Corbin is regularly featured on Friday Night SmackDown. Corbin plays an obnoxious heel who takes joy in the misery of others. Also, he loves to flaunt his riches on WWE TV.

Corbin recently appeared on the Out of Character podcast to talk about his feud with Madcap Moss. He also revealed if he’s bothered by losing too many matches on WWE TV and that he wouldn’t want to pick a fight with Moss in real life.

“I think that it doesn’t bother me as long as I have credibility. I think if you’re just a guy who goes out and loses and nobody cares, then it’s something you have to fix. But I have credibility. Like, there’s 90% of the audience that’s watching go. I wouldn’t want to fight him in real life. He would destroy me. Then there’s always 10% of idiots that think they could stand a chance.

“But my job is to go out there and just kind of be that big bully. I mean, how many movies does the bad guy actually win in? Very rare. I think that’s just the world we live in. People want to see guys overcome and achieve great things. So I don’t ever mind it when it’s elevating someone or doing something to benefit our show. My number one priority is our show, Smackdown.


“As a whole, how does this whole entire show go? How do I fit into the show? How do I make this show better? How do I get more people to watch this show and watch what I do, and if it’s to irritate people so they can watch Madcap Moss hit me with the chair and stomp on my head with a chair and almost kill me with steel stairs, and that gives them joy, I’m all for it. But I have to have the credibility behind it and I have that. I mean, I have WrestleMania wins, I have these amazing achievements that give me credibility.”

Corbin lost the No Disqualification Match against Moss at Hell in Cell earlier this month. Moss finished the match by crushing Corbin’s neck in a steel chair. We’ll have to wait and see what’s next for Corbin.

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Manik Aftab

Manik Aftab serves as a news writer at Ringside News. He has covered pro wrestling and sports entertainment for a variety of publications, including Sportskeeda Wrestling, The Sportster, and WrestleZone. Outside of his professional duties, Manik likes to indulge in fiction, thrillers, comics, manga, and anime.

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