Moss has been going through the motions for years with WWE. This is the first time in years that he’s finally receiving the big breaks he deserves. The blue brand star will perform in Minnesota, which is his home state when WWE will take their show to the Target Center.
The SmackDown star was part of an interview with Chip Scoggins of the Star Tribune, where he talked about his recent run. He also shared his excitement about coming home to perform for his home crowd.
I’m really starting to hit my stride and having the time of my life. I’m very, very excited to be there. I think it’s going to be one of the most memorable nights of my life. I’m really excited to be able to show Minnesota what I have done with myself since being away for 10 years.
Moss also opened up about his struggle to present his personality in the realm of pro-wrestling. The former college football player said that he learns from the legends in WWE, which has been an asset to his performance.
You do have to get out of your own head and let your personality come through. There are times when that’s been difficult for me. Most wrestlers will probably tell you that when they have found their voice is when they can kind of be a version of themselves.
Madcap Moss and Happy Corbin have been at it for a while, and we will see who has the last laugh with their Last Laugh Match. No matter who emerges victorious, it’s a fact that Moss feels right at home at WWE SmackDown, where he’s finally flourishing.
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