Madcap Moss Facts: All You Need To Know About WWE SmackDown Superstar

Madcap Moss is one of the new Superstars on the WWE SmackDown roster. He is not so popular right now, but looking at his incredible physique and pro wrestling skills, it should not be a surprise if he becomes one of the most well-known WWE Superstars in the coming days.

Moss made his main roster debut in early 2020 as an ally of former WWE Superstar Mojo Rawley. He won the WWE 24/7 Championship and successfully defended it against Ricochet. Soon after, Moss got injured and returned as a sidekick for Happy Corbin.

He eventually turned on him and beat Corbin in the Last Laugh match. Madcap Moss is destined to achieve success in WWE, but in this article today, we will look at some interesting things you need to know about the rising star.


1. Madcap Moss Age

Moss was born on October 11, 1989. As of July 2022, he is 32 years and 9 months old.

2. Height

As per the WWE records, the height of Moss is approximately 6 feet and 3 inches. He weighs 245 pounds, which almost equals to 111 kgs.

3. Madcap Moss: List of Championship wins

Moss is a former WWE 24/7 Champion. He won the championship in 2020. He is yet to win another title on the main roster, but he won the 2022 Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal. He had a chat with Goldberg earlier this year as he revealed:


“We got to hang out for about a weekend and talk, and he kind of passed on some knowledge to me and definitely some stuff that I try to emulate in my performance today.”

4. Real name

WWE gives a different screen name to the pro wrestlers appearing on their shows. The same is the case with Moss, whose name in real life is Michael Carter Rallis.

5. Football career

Before making it to the WWE, Moss tried his luck in the world of football. He played for the Minnesota Golden Gophers Football team as an outside backliner.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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