Raw: Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley are getting better



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Raw: Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley are getting better

Omos vs Apollo Crews. Vince Omos then has a face to face with Commander Azeez but thinks well to escape from the Commander's gaze. The dream match that we all dream of between the two who debuted on Raw Underground is only postponed.

Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley have become an unlikely team in recent weeks as they fought to punch their tickets to WrestleMania. Now it will be Queen Zelina & Carmella defending the titles against the teams of Liv Morgan & Rhea Ripley and Sasha Banks & Naomi at WrestleMania 38.

Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley have become an unlikely team

If they don't do it at Wrestlemania it will be just to not steal the show from Lesnar and Reigns, but I wouldn't rule out seeing a clash between the two at the Showcase Of Immortals.

And on this last statement, unfortunately, I'm serious. Austin Theory came out to face United States Champion Finn Balor in a non-title match on WWE RAW. The Prince unleashed on him early and hit a big Sunset Flip to set the tone of the contest.

Theory went for the ATL early, but Balor countered it and hit a big stomp on the apron. The two incredible athletes continued to trade some top moves and kept the action ticking. A fan shared a video on Twitter where Liv Morgan almost got saved from a fatal leg and head injury.

The caption for the post was, “Her legs during this spot my god 😭” The plot was that Liv Morgan was supposed to climb the top rope and Doudrop had to push her from the top rope. While Doudrop pushed Liv, her left boot got stuck on the top rope.

If Liv was stuck in there for more time, her leg might have been twisted and also her head would have banged hard on the steel floor. However, it was Liv’s night of not getting seriously injured. Doudrop who quickly saw Liv hanging ran towards her and moved her left foot from the top rope.

It is because of Doudrop, a major injury was avoided from happening. This injury would have kept Liv out of action for an entire year. In the sports entertainment business, the concept of a heel and babyface was brought in to create the difference between the good guys (babyface) and the bad guys (heel), so that the audience knows whom to cheer for.

However, ever since Becky came back to WWE at the SummerSlam PPV, she has been portraying a heel character in which she disses her opponents and the crowd as well.