WWE saw how some of its superstars decided to stay home during the pandemic. Everyone had personal reasons for being very careful and not wanting to take the COVID-19 home. Now another superstar has been revealed who declined to return to the recordings.

Kevin Owens, Roman Reigns and Sami Zayn decided not to risk the coronavirus. Owens eventually returned to WWE television, but Reigns and Zayn are still absent. Riddick Moss also stays at home for the same reasons.

WWE superstar Riddick Moss refuses to return to work

During the most recent edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, journalist Dave Meltzer revealed that Riddick Moss has stayed home, to protect himself and his family from the coronavirus. Moss doesn’t have the virus, but there are concerns that keep the former WWE Champion 24/7 at home. This is what Melzer said:

“Riddick Moss who is still with the company, but has disappeared. It’s something related to cOVID-19 that I know of, not that he has it. He is one of the talents like Sami Zayn who made the call that he is not going to work right now. “

There were many confirmed positive coronavirus cases in WWE. This during the entire round of swab tests that the company carried out. So far, Renee Young, Kayla Braxton, Adam Pearce and Jamie Nobel are the only ones to report testing positive. No other WWE superstar, or worker, has revealed that he tested positive for the disease.

As for Riddick Moss, he hasn’t appeared on TV since the company started working at the Performance Center, which is a considerable time. We have to see what the future holds for him, when everything returns to normal.

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