Madcap Moss took a scary bump during his match at WWE Elimination Chamber.
On Saturday, February 19, Moss faced Drew McIntyre in a Fall Count Anywhere Match. During the bout, Drew picked Madcap up for an Inverted Alabama Slam but on his way down, Moss landed right on the top of his head (as seen in the photo above). Happy Corbin pulled Moss out of the ring and had McIntyre chase him around for a minute so his partner could regroup. Madcap continued the match but would eventually lose after getting hit with a Claymore Kick.
Fightful has learned that Moss was said to have seemed okay coming through the curtain and was telling people throughout the day he was fine. WWE will, however, keep a close eye on it.
We're told that Madcap Moss "seems fine" going through the curtain. Good news, but I'm sure they're going to do plenty to make sure of that.— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) February 19, 2022
McIntyre praised Moss after the match for his toughness, saying that he has the potential to be something special, he just needs the proper guidance.
Do not sleep on @MadcapMoss, he is one TOUGH SOB -- He just needs some proper guidance and a career awakening like I had & he'll be something special. Now I have my eyes set on you @BaronCorbinWWE#WWEChamber pic.twitter.com/pWtkC0PcLp— Drew McIntyre (@DMcIntyreWWE) February 19, 2022
You can read every Madcap Moss joke told on WWE programming this year by clicking here.