WWE canceled plans for Liv Morgan

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WWE canceled plans for Liv Morgan

In recent weeks, one of the athletes who has most left her mark on the rings of the WWE blue show has undoubtedly been Liv Morgan, current Friday Night Smackdown champion and winner of the company's Money in the Bank Ladder match.

After beating the old champion, Ronda Rousey with cunning, not once but twice, both with her collection and in the edition of SummerSlam which aired last Saturday, Liv consolidated her status as champion, with the WWE who, however, revealed through some internal sources what must have been the plans for his beautiful blonde, before the collection of the briefcase.

Apparently, in fact, before his arrival at Smackdown, after the title victory, Liv should have worked alongside AJ Styles and Finn Balor, when the two faces were still opposed to Judgment Day, as a female character to be opposed to Rhea Ripley.

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According to Dave Meltzer in one of the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletters, it seems that Liv Morgan should have been one of the main antagonists of Raw's Judgment Day, before the management changed their plans, investing her as champion, for the release of the scene by Sasha Banks.

In her speech, Meltzer explained: "Originally, that was supposed to be Liv Morgan's place, but now she's on a different show. But yeah, in theory, there should have been a woman who was supposed to take the fight against Rhea Ripley and I think Rey should have been put in.

some way or shape. I mean, eventually, the storyline should have gotten there - Rey did a promo, you know, saying how we were former champions and so you know, Edge and Rey could have been put together too, with Dominik getting into the fight, I think that's how it would go."

With Finn Balor moving to the side of the villains, therefore, Rey and Dominik should have been joined by Liv Morgan, with the two teams of three that would have been formed by Finn Balor, Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley on one side and with the Mysterios and Liv Morgan on the other, if only the WWE had not then upset all its programs on the main roster.

Megan Morant caught up with Liv in an exclusive interview after the event. The champ was in extreme pain but was proud of her efforts in retaining the title against Rousey. "Not gonna lie, I'm in so much pain right now.

I don't know that you walk into a match with Ronda Rousey and come out the same but I did exactly what I said I was gonna do and I left with my championship. So I guess I'm okay," Morgan said.