WrestleMania Backlash is two weeks away, WWE's first Premium Live Event since the 38th Showcase of Immortals. As the name of the event says, this show will feature several WrestleMania rematches, but there are also some unreleased meetings, like the one announced in the last few hours.
In fact, during the last episode of Talking Smack, the final showdown between Happy Corbin and his former sidekick Madcap Moss was officialized. Madcap Moss teamed up with Corbin last September and the two waged a long rivalry against Drew McIntyre that culminated at WrestleMania 38.
Tensions between the two began to take hold after Moss's defeat against Elimination Chamber's McIntyre, but their relationship exploded when Happy Corbin also suffered a defeat to the Scotsman at the Grandest Stage of Them All while Moss lost out.
won the 2022 edition of the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal. The split occurred during the post-WrestleMania episode of SmackDown, when the former Riddick Moss rebelled against Corbin during the Happy Talk, sparking a strong reaction from the audience.
During the latest installment of the blue show, Madcap Moss was attacked by his former ally after defeating Angel and the fight for WrestleMania Backlash was enshrined in a post-episode interview, which aired this afternoon on Talking Smack.
Update on WrestleMania Backlash
This is the updated WrestleMania Backlash 2022 card: SmackDown Women's Championship: I Quit Match: Charlotte Flair vs Ronda Rousey Winners Take All Tag Team Unification Match: RK-Bro vs The Usos Seth Rollins vs Cody Rhodes AJ Styles v Edge We recall that WrestleMania Backlash will air exclusively on the WWE Network on the night between 8 and 9 May and additional matches are planned that will in all probability be announced in the Raw and SmackDown go-home shows prior to the event.
Omos is reportedly slated to face Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania Backlash, with WWE going in that direction. The Colossus has been on a path of destruction since his split with AJ Styles. The only speed bump in his way has been Bobby Lashley, who beat him at WrestleMania 38.
After The Show of Shows, MVP betrayed The All Mighty and sided with the Nigerian superstar. ''Bobby Lashley made the professional decision to move on. He had his WrestleMania moment without me and that's fine. I get that. It's business.
So I made a business decision too. I've decided to move on to bigger and better things. Omos is 7 foot 3, nearly 400 pounds. He's bigger than Bobby, stronger than Bobby, and I dare say, smarter than Bobby,'' said MVP.