WWE Superstar, Mad Cap Moss spoke with Travis Sams about all things Mad Cap, Happy Corbin, and more ahead of Smack Down coming to the Ford Center on November 5th!

WWE Friday Night SmackDown At The Ford Center Info

Friday Night SmackDown will be televised from the Ford Center in Evansville on November 5th. Tickets for the event go on sale Friday, September 17th at the Ford Center Box Office and Ticketmaster.com.

All of your favorite SmackDown Superstars will be in attendance including, Drew McEntire, Charolette Flair, The Usos, Jeff Hardy, Sasha Banks, and "The Tribal Chief" Roman Reigns. You never know what will happen on Friday Night SmackDown. A couple of other Superstars you can expect to see are Happy Corbin and Mad Cap Moss.

I had the chance to speak with Mad Cap Moss about Smackdown at the Ford Center next week earlier today. Not only is this guy a WWE Superstar and former 24/7 Champion, he is also "the funniest guy in WWE" if you ask him. Not only did we discuss what you can expect from Mad Cap Moss and Happy Corbin, but we also talked about his comedy, who he thinks is one of the funniest people in WWE, Happy Corbin's amazing grilling abilities, and what the future might hold for Mad Cap Moss and Happy Corbin.

Check out the full Mad Cap Moss interview below:

Speaking of the Ford Center, they announced this week a change in their mask policy. Effective immediately, masks are no longer required when attending a show. They are "recommended." You can find out more about that by clicking here.

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An Evansville resident recently posted a question in the "I Grew Up in Evansville, Indiana" Facebook group asking other members to share any hidden or little-known facts about our city not many residents would know. The answers were wide-ranging, covering everything from our manufacturing history to our place in Civil War, to a couple of popular landmarks still standing today that were the first in the entire state of Indiana. No matter how long you've lived here, chances are there will be a few things on this list you didn't know about the city we call home.

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SEE: 15 Animals You Cannot Own in Evansville

I got the idea for this after seeing an article by Michelle Heart with our Townsquare Media sister-station, 107.9 Lite-FM in Boise, Idaho. She had discovered several animals residents in that city can't own based on city codes she found online which got me thinking about whether Evansville had any regulations that were similar. Obviously, they did or this article wouldn't exist. Chapter 14, Article 3, section 42 and 43 spell out a lengthy list of exotic animals you can get in trouble owning if local officials find out. You can see the entire list on the city's website. These are the 15 I found to be the most interesting.