Mace and Mansoor, the two members of Maximum Male Models’ stable, have received positive feedback from the backstage during recent WWE live events.

According to a report from WRKDWrestling, there is hope that the duo’s character work will pick up steam with the live crowds.

While they haven’t wrestled on TV in months, the Maximum Male Models (
@MACEtheWRESTLER/@suavemansoor) have gotten a positive response backstage during house events, with those behind the scenes hoping that the team’s character work picks up steam with the live crowds. #WWERaw

Despite not working many TV matches in recent months, Mace and Mansoor have been drafted to stay on RAW, alongside Maxxine Dupri, who has appeared in the past two episodes. However, there has been no sign of Mace and Mansoor on RAW.


The duo has not worked a standard tag team match on a main TV show since January, when they lost to Cruz Del Toro and Joaquin Wilde on SmackDown. They have also competed in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal on the WrestleMania 39 go-home edition of SmackDown. While off TV, Mace and Mansoor have worked non-televised live events, taking losses to Hit Row, Braun Strowman, Ricochet, and Alpha Academy.

The Maximum Male Models stable began on SmackDown in April 2022 but was moved to RAW in February. The storyline was reportedly a “pet project” of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, who was leading creative at the time before temporarily retiring in the summer of 2022.

The positive response to Mace and Mansoor from backstage during live events is a promising sign for the duo. It remains to be seen if they will receive more TV time to showcase their characters, but the hope is that they will pick up steam with the live crowds.

What are your thoughts on Mace and Mansoor’s recent positive feedback from backstage during WWE live events? Do you think they deserve more TV time to showcase their characters and talent? Leave a comment below.

Steve Carrier

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