Madcap Moss’ First Match Following His WWE Released Confirmed

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Madcap Moss is set to work his first match since being released from WWE last year.

Madcap, also known as Riddick Moss, played football at the University of Minnesota from 2008 to 2012 before signing with WWE in October 2014 following a tryout the previous year. Before being called up, he competed in NXT through 2019, where he appeared in the 24/7 Title segments. Later, he formed an alliance with Baron Corbin. They split in 2022, and Moss became a singles star.

Prior to his release, he appeared on WWE television alongside his wife, Tenille Dashwood, who was also released in late 2023, along with several others.

Moss’ first post-WWE match is set. He will wrestle under his real name, Mike Rallis, against fellow former WWE star Chris Masters for the Stu Hart Heritage Championship at Bret Hart Presents Australian Stampede on Saturday, April 13 in Victoria, Australia.

Moss made the announcement via Twitter/X, as shown below: