At Money in the Bank, Liv Morgan used an injured Ronda Rousey as collateral to cash in on the Smackdown Women’s Championship. At SummerSlam, a healthy Rousey might end Morgan’s reign as champion but things might not go her way too, or we can Ronda turn heel finally. Recently, Liv Morgan has been in a happy place. Since 2015, her development as a beginner wrestler has been well-documented, and many people assumed she would stay that way rather than becoming a champion. She was able to claw and scrounge her way to the top of the female roster, disproving the critics.
Liv’s success till now can change
If the WWE puts a lot of time and effort on Liv, she may be a draw for the company. Her in-ring work has improved dramatically, she can deliver a punchline, and fans adore her. It’s just that WWE has no need for her. They had her in a fantastic stable with Riott Squad, but when they split the group up, it was obvious that Ruby was the star and Sara & Liv were the supporting cast members. They even had an exciting moment when Liv stopped the wedding of Lana and Lashley to confess her affections for Lana. But it simply feels like people keep pulling away from her, no matter how much they put into her. When it’s time to fire the gun, they just give her enough to get started, and then can take everything back leaving her as an after thought.
Money In The Bank cash-in
Liv Morgan defeated six other female superstars to win the women’s Money In The Bank ladder match at the WWE Money in the Bank 2022 premium live event. Following Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair, she was the third woman to successfully cash in on her contract against former champion Ronda Rousey and become the first to pin the Baddest Woman on the Planet.
Here’s our story of which WWE moment meant the most to Liv Morgan: The MITB Victory Or The Cash In?
Reports say that Ronda Rousey is on her way to turn ”Heel”
If Ronda wins at SummerSlam, she has to win this one in a different fashion as a lot of the WWE Universe are a bit tired of her current character, most of the reports say that they want her to go ”Heel”.
According to reports, Rousey intended to give the championship to a successful female athlete like Liv Morgan. The most recent information indicates that she would not go soft on the former champion while defending the title in the rematch at Summerslam 2022. The reign of the current champion is widely believed to be coming to an end with a match on July 30, although that may not be the case.
There is a slight possibility of Charlotte Flair’s return as well
In the midst of all the rumors, Charlotte Flair, who hasn’t competed since May’s WrestleMania Backlash, might make a huge comeback. The Queen is anticipated to make her comeback this summer and then challenge Liv Morgan, the current champion, for the blue brand championship.