On the latest episode of Monday Night Raw that aired last night in the United States, Liv Morgan had a great team performance with Bianca Belair and Asuka, with the three defeating Sonya Deville, Rhea Ripley and Becky Lynch.
It was the former Riott Squad who pinned the WWE officer, making the whole WWE Universe happy and returning again among the most prominent women of the company, where she deserves to be. At the show, however, one fan, in particular, caught everyone's attention, as he stood in the front row with a very special sign for one of her favorite wrestlers to support her during the match.
Liv Morgan appreciates all of her fans throughout the WWE Universe, and she recently went out of her way to be kind to one individual.
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This fan, who is called Stephen Davidson according to his social media, posted a tweet complaining to WWE, which pulled his billboard from him: "So, @WWE just got my @YaOnlyLivvOnce billboard after I spent $ 600 for this front-row seat.
And he didn't tell me why. It took a long time to do it and I just wanted to support you, Liv Morgan. I'm sorry." At that point, Liv Morgan herself intervened and shared the tweet again by writing: “Thank you very much!
I love you and I appreciate it. Next time we're in town, contact me… I'll offer you tickets." This is a beautiful gesture from Liv Morgan who is sure to keep her word when WWE returns to tour Greensboro, North Carolina.
WWE for some reason took away the billboard from the fan who had only written on the piece of cardboard: "Liv $ old This Seat!", Or that thanks to her that front-row seat was sold because the fan wanted to see it live.
Of course, there was nothing wrong with the writing, but for some reason, the WWE was bothered by something. However, Liv also shared a screen of the episode with the fan who has the sign on Instagram, with the words: "Damn right!" Kairi and Liv worked together several times throughout their careers and became close throughout that time.
Sane initially returned to her native country in 2021, when it was revealed that she was continuing to work for WWE as an ambassador in Japan. However, her contract expired a few weeks ago, which means that the inaugural Mae Young Classic winner is now free to wrestle outside the company. For now, it looks like she's returned to her original home, Stardom.