Does Liv Morgan revolutionize her look?



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Does Liv Morgan revolutionize her look?

A possible radical change of look to give a further signal of its current change of course. Liv Morgan has been one of the most talked about protagonists in the WWE women's division for months, following her cash-in of the briefcase at Money in the Bank (just minutes after she got it) and the consequent victory of the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship.

The new champion managed to successfully defend her title against Ronda Rousey at SummerSlam, but the dispute ended in a sea of ​​controversy: the former member of the Riott Squad has in fact succumbed to the submission of her rival, moments before the referee counted the pin since Ronda Rousey's shoulders were on the carpet.

After SummerSlam, it seems that fans have turned against Liv Morgan, more and more at the center of the chants "You tapped out" during the segments of her. The rejection of the public represents a big change for Liv Morgan, who normally receives a positive reaction from fans.

But the reaction Liv is getting from her fans may not be the only thing changing for her, at least looking at her social media profiles. Here, in fact, a radical change seems to emerge for the Liv Morgan that we have always known.

A real revolution in her aspect of her, which could perhaps be more or less directly the confirmation of her approaching change of attitude (perhaps a turn heel).

Backstage News on Liv Morgan

In the course of the day of August 15th, in fact, Liv Morgan published a modified photo of herself with dark hair, and a few minutes later she published a further post telling fans to stay tuned.

This last message is a response to Fiona Nova, actress, director and champion of LGBTQI + rights. A battle that Liv Morgan herself has often embraced, which is why many personalities who love her away from the WWE ring are expressing some perplexity about her transition to "bad"

Whether or not Liv Morgan will make the change to her look on the weekly shows remains to be seen, but it sure makes sense if WWE decides to go in a darker direction with her character now that fans have begun to contest her.

And the feeling is that this is destined to go on and potentially get worse in the face of a sudden black hair. Recently, the RAW Superstar spoke to Wrestling Inside the Ropes about her moniker. "The real background is that when you arrive at Performance Center when it's time to create your character, you send in like a list of names, right? And I must have sent in like three different lists of names (...) All the names that I picked, they thought it was so bad," admitted Morgan.