Dutch Mantell takes a shot at Happy Corbin

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Dutch Mantell takes a shot at Happy Corbin

In the latest episode of 'Happy Talk', Happy Corbin blamed Madcap Moss for his defeat to Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 38. Corbin attacked Moss hard and the confrontation was inevitable. McIntyre's 'Showcase of the Immortals' victory ended Baron's unbeaten streak, who hadn't lost a single televised match since he became Happy Corbin.

During his WWE career, the 37-year-old from Lenexa won the United States Championship once (holding it for 70 days), as well as winning the 2017 edition of Money in the Bank, the 2019 edition of the King of the Ring and the 2016 edition of the André the Giant Memorial Trophy.

Host of the 'Smack Talk' show on Sportskeeda, former WWE manager Dutch Mantell expressed his sincere opinion on Happy Corbin.

Dutch Mantell slams Happy Corbin

“WWE has made Baron Corbin take a very specific direction, which I don't agree with.

The public has always hated Corbin. I preferred him when he was poor and desperate. I don't like Happy Corbin at all” - admitted Dutch Mantell. Dutch then commented on Cody Rhodes' return to WWE: “I'm afraid it won't have the desired effect.

He will get a lot of attention in the first 3-4 weeks, but what happens next? From the fourth week, his character is likely to start suffering. All the buzz around him will be gone and the already established superstars will take over.

This is my fear. Cody is a very good wrestler, but he is nowhere near the level of his father Dusty. Rhodes is definitely a good fit for WWE, but I don't think he's tipping the scales that much." An opinion on the retirement of Triple H could not be missing: “We are obviously all sorry that a legend of his caliber will retire, but it is up to everyone sooner or later.

If he's been having a really bad time in the last few months, his condition was quite delicate. If he had played another match, he could have died in the ring”. On the latest episode of SmackDown, Happy Corbin blamed Madcap Moss for his loss at WrestleMania and asked him to tell a series of jokes, none of which made the former US Champion laugh.

Instead, Moss made a "joke" that signaled his disdain towards Corbin and his treatment of him. The crowd chanted for Madcap Moss as he got into a brawl with his partner. The brawl led to Moss standing tall, marking the first time he had turned face since May 2015 - when he made his in-ring debut on NXT.