Madcap Moss

Madcap Moss Discusses How He Believes His Character Will Fall Under The Triple H Regime

Madcap Moss believes he has arrived at the right place at the right time. The WWE Superstar recently was asked how he thinks his character will fare under Chief Content Officer Triple H’s new creative direction. I think it’s actually good timing because, naturally, it fits quite well with what Triple H likes, said Moss.

This is a combination of talking with him and watching the shows, whether NXT or now SmackDown. I believe the persona can have all of these various layers. Madcap continued, No matter what kind of character he can be, no matter how entertaining he can indeed be, he’s ended up getting be able to get in that ring and throw a punch & kick a few ass, so if he can’t, nobody really cares about him.

Moss was a standout on SmackDown, particularly during his feud with Happy Corbin. Moss believes that as long as he has layers of entertainment & asskicking, he’ll be able to blend right in with Triple H’s new creative regime. Naturally, I began to trend in that direction, Moss explained, and I believe he is the right person to bring that forward. Bully Ray was a big fan of Madcap Moss, lauding his performance against Corbin in a No Holds Barred match. Moss defeated Corbin in the June match at WWE Hell in a Cell.

Madcap Moss Dating Former WWE Superstar 

Madcap Moss is now on a bit of a roll since moving away from Happy Corbin earlier this year, winning eight of his last ten televised matches. But, whereas things are good in the ring, life appears to be even better outside of it. Impact Wrestling Knockout Tenille Dashwood posted a picture of herself and Moss at a bar on Instagram and Twitter Tuesday afternoon, implying the two were now a pair.

Dashwood stated in both posts, I’ve finally found my captain. Many people are familiar with Dashwood from her six-year run in WWE as Emma, where she, along with Paige, played an important role in the development of NXT’s women’s division. She left the company in 2017 and continued to work on the individual circuit as well as Ring of Honor’s Women of Honor division prior to actually joining Impact Wrestling in 2019.

Dashwood and Moss did work together for nearly three years in WWE after Moss joined the company in 2014, once Dashwood was in NXT. Dashwood lately won gold in Impact with tag team partner Madison Rayne. The duo, known as The Influence, beaten Cassie Lee & Jessica McKay in March to win the Impact Knockout’s Tag Team Championships; they would hold the titles until they were overthrown by Taya Valkyrie & Rosemary at Slammiversary in June.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.