He might not be happy anymore. Tonight, on Smackdown, it was announced that Madcap Moss and Happy Corbin would renew their rivalry at the 2022 Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. However, the match will now be a No Holds Barred match.
When Madcap Moss stepped out from under Happy Corbin’s shadow by winning the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, no one would have known that the venom between the two Superstars would become this potent.
Since turning on each other, Happy Corbin’s show “Happy Talk” has turned into “Angry Talk,” with trophies being stolen and sneak attacks becoming the norm. This led to a showdown at WrestleMania Backlash, where Madcap Moss prevailed by defeating Corbin with a sunset flip.
Enraged with his loss, Corbin then gruesomely attacked Moss on the May 13 edition of SmackDown. With Moss’s head trapped in a steel chair, Corbin used the Andre the Giant Battle Royal Trophy to devastating effect, throwing the trophy down on Moss’s neck, thus sending Moss to the hospital with a cervical contusion.
When Moss returned to the blue brand from injury, he made it clear he was out for vengeance against his former partner. Moss and Corbin faced off in a rematch, where little time passed before Moss got to a steel chair, delivering brutal repeated blows to the back. When WWE Officials came down to quickly de-escalate the situation, Moss was livid, even striking a few of them. With the vitriol and animosity this palpable, it was no surprise WWE Official Adam Pearce then sanctioned a No Holds Barred Match between the two for WWE Hell in a Cell.
I feel that this match should be on SmackDown next week and that Ricochet versus Gunther for the Intercontinental Championship should be on the pay-per-view. That being said, Moss has done some incredible work over the past few months and cut a great promo on the show tonight. This should be a great way to end the rivalry!
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