Some people just like big grippy tyres, nowt wrong with it- I tend towards over-grippy fronts just because too much grip causes tiredness but not-enough grip causes bleeding
But I'm not sure it's ideal for you. Like, today I rode my 2 Butchers up to the top of innerleithen and the drag was fine because I knew I was coming back down slippery messy off-map trails and downhill trails. But if I was only doing trailcentre stuff the rear would be a bit much. More suitable than what you have but you can probably do better still.
I dunno... Advantage or Ardent 2.25 rear? Eskar is a good rear but discontinued. Getting something quicker on the rear makes a big difference, Minion/Advantage will roll pretty comparably to Butcher/Butcher while replacing only one tyre. And then you can experiment with your maxxpro as a front- it's not as sticky-grippy but it's still damn grippy.
All Controls are 2bliss, just not everyone puts it in the description. Spesh are big on tubeless-readyness.