Madcap Moss has revealed that he has gotten some advice in WWE from some big names including Brock Lesnar.
Over the last two years, Madcap Moss has become a bit of a breakout star in WWE from when he was an ally of Baron “Happy” Corbin to when he turned on Corbin to become a babyface. It took Moss several years to really break through because he was originally signed by WWE in 2014.
During an interview with WWE Die Woche, Moss was asked about who he goes 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 that locker room that I’m really willing to listen to anyone that has anything to say and learn from anyone. Sometimes, it’s people that don’t have any experience that can give you some advice. Maybe they aren’t trying to give you advice, but just the way they give you their opinion, you go, ‘Oh, I never thought about it that way.’ I learned early on that there are a lot of opinions, and you need to listen to everyone, especially the ones that have a lot more experience than you.”
“At the end of the day, two legends, who have endless experience, maybe have totally different opinions. You have to do what you feel is right. That’s something I’ve always tried to do. You really have to feel it and it has to feel right to you, whatever you do.”
The 2022 Andre the Giant Battle Royal winner Moss expanded on his point saying future WWE Hall of Famers like Randy Orton and Brock Lesnar have given him advice.
“To be able to share the ring and the locker room with a guy like Randy Orton, anytime I get a chance, I’ll pick his brain. As much as he is a menace, destruction machine, I’ve actually had Brock Lesnar pull 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 couple of examples. There’s a lot of guys in the locker room that I respect and listen to.”
Moss was in action on the October 28th episode of Smackdown when he lost to Karrion Kross in what was a very physical match.