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Madcap Moss Reportedly Suffered No Damage At Elimination Chamber

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Astonishingly, Madcap Moss has reportedly avoided any damage from his nasty bump at WWE’s Elimination Chamber event.

Madcap Moss was wrestling Drew McIntyre in what seemed like a standard Falls Count Anywhere match at WWE’s 2022 Elimination Chamber event last Saturday, 19 February, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia when he suffered a freak, albeit accidental, head bump. The accident occurred when McIntyre performed his inverted Alabama Slam manoeuvre, with Moss landing directly on his head.

Amazingly, the former Riddick Moss suffered no damage from the bump, as revealed in a new report courtesy of Fightful Select. According to the report, Moss’ test results showed that he feels completely fine, meaning he’ll require no time off from WWE programming.

It had previously been reported by Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp – and reiterated at the end of this new report – that there is no heat on Drew McIntyre for the incident, and that the former two-time WWE Champion is largely considered a safe worker.

Coming backstage following his loss to McIntyre, Moss is reported to have apologised to Vince McMahon, Drew, and backstage agents, with everyone involved going over the spot to ensure a similar accident doesn’t happen in the future. The inverted Alabama Slam has been a staple of McIntyre’s moveset for years.

Officially signing with WWE in early 2014, Madcap Moss was rechristened as such in October 2021, having returned the month prior as the new associate of Happy Corbin. Prior to this, he had been a one-time 24/7 Champion, enjoying a 41-day reign in early 2020.