Ahead of his WrestleMania 38 match with Drew McIntyre this weekend, Happy Corbin joined WWE After the Bell to talk about his cooperation with Madcap Moss. The former Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner spoke about how blessed Moss is and why he believes he has a bright future in pro wrestling. Corbin said:
It’s amazing because you’re seeing a joe who I truly believe has commodity special. With his athletic capability, his physicality, he looks phenomenal indeed in his little suspenders and films. I would not look as good in that outfit as he does but I suppose there’s a commodity special to him and he’s getting a real chance to shine.
He was over ahead when he was on RAW, kind of working with the the24/7 title, mixed in that RAW Underground and you didn’t get a chance to see the personality, you didn’t get a chance to see what he’s truly able of. I suppose this part, being in the ring with guys, he beat Kofi in a mates match, Kofi’s a former World Champion, and also having pay-per-view matches at Day One and also Jeddah with Drew McIntyre.
Those are openings where he’s in the ring with an established star and he gets the occasion to learn and if you can learn in those situations, it’s a tired old thing off in the ring you learn but you do. You really do learn being in the ring with those guys and I’ve watched him grow immensely with his personality and comfortability in the ring as well as his capability and psychology there. He’s learning the detail and the detail is what I suppose separates the true star in what we do. You look at a joe like Randy Orton who has every nanosecond detail you can imagine in there, that’s why he’s one of the topmost players in the world.
Happy Corbin isn’t the only person who has sung Moss’praises the once several months, with Paul Heyman calling the former NXT megastar an unborn main eventer. Moss has had a veritably important several months, having a mate’s match with Drew McIntyre at Elimination Chamber where he hit his head poorly on a failed Alabama Slam. Happy Corbin spoke about his experience from that night and what Madcap Moss said to him after the mishap.
I watched it be and I was five bases from it and when I watched his head literally go straight into the oil, first of all, I was in shock,” Corbin said. “ As an athlete, the worst thing you can see is someone additional hurt, it scares us all. We put our lives on the line whether it be on the football field or a wrestling event, it doesn’t matter, your life’s on the line. So that was intimidating, you don’t ever want to see anybody get hurt. Also, I’ve all these other effects going on, he’s megahit, I’m like okay, number 1 he might be dead, number 2 he’s presumably got a broken neck or a bad concussion so in my brain I’m going okay, how do I finish the match in this place? I don’t know how to finish this, the process, what can I do, what can I do? I pull him out of the ring, check on him because he’s moving, so we’ve to find time for him to recapture where he’s at because in my mind he should be concussed.
I don’t know how, but that man has the strongest neck in the world because no concussion, nothing was broken. In my mind, he was going to get stretchered out. When the camera cut to me and I fall on my knees, it was 100 legal because I’m going okay he’s going to get stretchered out, how do I save this. Latterly he didn’t indeed realize it. I was like dude, are you good? This is crazy, you landed on your head.’ He’s like‘ was it that bad?’ (I said)‘What do you mean, go watch the renewal.’He saw the renewal and he’s like I feel squeamish after ( seeing it).