Liv Morgan

Liv Morgan Discusses How The Locker Room Reacted To Vince McMahon’s Retirement 

Liv Morgan, the SmackDown Women’s Champion, revealed how the WWE locker room has responded since Vince McMahon’s retirement. As previously stated, the former WWE CEO announced his departure on Friday, July 22nd, following alleged misconduct. There have been many backstage responses to Vince McMahon’s retirement and also his backstage behaviour since the news came.

Morgan revealed to the Mirror that everyone was surprised but excited to operate with Stephanie and Nick Khan. As previously stated, it was announced on Monday that Paul Levesque would take over all creative duties for WWE. We were all taken aback. And it was unexpected. But Vince is responsible for so much of our success. So if he thought it was time, it was time. We’re also looking forward to collaborating with Stephanie & Nick.

Stephanie has been born into this industry, and there is truly no one better suited for the job. We’re all very ecstatic and can’t wait to get to work. We’re all excited to take things to the next level. Morgan will defend her SmackDown Women’s championship against Ronda Rousey at SummerSlam on Saturday, July 30. The premium event will be held at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.

WWE Money In The Bank

Liv Morgan will never forget this year’s WWE Money In The Bank after winning the Money In The Bank suitcase and skillfully cashing it on the same night, but which one of those wins means more to her genuinely? Morgan recently attempted to determine this while speaking with us, but it was not an easy decision. Morgan stated, I want to say winning the championship because, you know, it’s bigger. They’re so even.

I don’t remember, because Money In The Bank was already amazing for me, so to cash in same night and become champion was all like, ‘Ooh.’ I’m still sort of trying to come to terms with it. So I’m not sure which felt quite special, bigger, or greater to me. Morgan’s WWE career began with the SmackDown Women’s title as her first championship. Morgan cashed in the suitcase to end Ronda Rousey’s reign after Rousey successfully defended her title against Natalya.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.