Madcap Moss: Brock Lesnar took me aside and gave me advice

Madcap Moss has been in the WWE system since 2014, but only made the main roster in 2020. Injuries limited his time on television, but he was involved in a major storyline with Baron Corbin (Happy Corbin ) in 2021 and 2022.

Moss shared the ring with Drew McIntyre, GUNTHER, New Day, The Usos and many other WWE and wrestling veterans.

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Speaking on WWE Die Woche, Moss was asked who he went to for advice in the locker room.

“It’s hard to pin down just one guy. There’s a wealth of knowledge and experience in this locker room that I’m really willing to listen to anyone who has something to say and learn from anyone. Sometimes it’s people who don’t have any experience that can give you advice. Maybe they’re not trying to give you advice, but just the way they give you their opinion, you say, “Oh, I I never thought of it that way.” I learned early on that there are a lot of opinions and you have to listen to everyone, especially those who have a lot more experience than you. Anyway, two legends, who have endless experience, maybe have totally different opinions. You have to do what you think is right. That’s something I’ve always tried to do. he said.

Moss continued, revealing that Brock Lesnar had taken him aside in the past and given him advice.

“To be able to share the ring and the locker room with a guy like Randy Orton, every chance I get, I’ll choose his mastermind. As much as he’s a threat, a machine to destroy, I actually got Brock Lesnar pulls me to the side. We both went to the University of Minnesota and certainly when he gave me advice, I listened. Those are just a few examples. There’s a lot of guys in the locker room that I respect and listen to, “ he said.

Moss is currently on the WWE SmackDown roster while Lesnar is now on WWE Raw.

Moss last wrestled on the September 30 episode of WWE SmackDown, teaming with Ricochet in a loss to Solo Sikoa and Sami Zayn.

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