Liv Morgan is currently in the best phase of her WWE run. She has been with the company since 2014 – and used to primarily feature as a part of The Riott Squad – along with Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan. For nearly half a decade, Morgan was seen as a Tag team competitor. But in 2019, the stable disbanded, kicking off Morgan’s singles run.
While she has never won a title in WWE so far, towards the end of 2021 – Morgan kicked off the biggest feud of her career. She challenged Becky Lynch for the Raw Women’s Championship and was extensively pushed by the company. But Liv Morgan isn’t the only one who has treaded on this path. Current NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose had a similar journey.
Mandy Rose too kicked off her career as a Tag Team Superstar – who was often seen performing on the main roster alongside the likes of Sonya Deville and Dana Brooke. Although she consistently performed on the main roster – she was never really pushed a massive Superstar. But things started looking up for her when she was moved to the NXT roster.
Liv Morgan recently appeared for an interview with My Mom’s Basement with Robbie Fox where she shared her opinion on Mandy Rose’s NXT run. She acknowledged and appreciated the massive growth that Rose has shown in the last few months.
“I love, I absolutely love Mandy Rose as NXT Women’s Champion, I think she’s doing so phenomenal. I think she has grown so much too, just in the last couple of months. Being put in this position of, you know, you’re like the top b**ch you’re the head b**ch in charge. You know this is your division. And so, I think that this is cool, I enjoy watching it and it feels refreshing,” mentioned Morgan.
Liv Morgan is a top contender to win the Royal Rumble
Although Morgan failed to capture the Raw Women’s Championship from Becky Lynch on two occasions – she still has massive heat and could go the distance in the coming months. On the upcoming episode of Raw, she will be colliding against Bianca Belair and Doudrop in a Triple Threat match to determine the No.1 Contender for the title.
Liv Morgan’s current push is such that she could well go on to win the Women’s Royal Rumble match. The match will feature 30 Superstars with the winner earning the right to main event Wrestlemania. If the company really does put faith in her – we could well see her become the Champion, no later than Wrestlemania 38.
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