Liv Morgan
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Liv Morgan had a good start in 2023 as she became the women’s tag team champion and had the goal of going back to the singles picture. But on the July 17th episode of Raw, she and Raquel lost the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship to Chelsea Green & Sonya Deville. It happened just 15 days after the pair won the tag team titles for the second time in their career.

On both occasions, the pair’s tile run came to a sudden end due to injury reasons that Liv Morgan was dealing with for a long time. She was thereby out for a long time with a shoulder rupture before coming back to TV at Women’s Royal Rumble 2024. This return also came in a delayed manner since the blonde star power of the female roster got arrested in an accident.

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Overcoming all the odds, Liv Morgan was finally back on WWE programming and she decided to go after Rhea Ripley to reclaim her glorifying days. This has been a try from her side to recreate an impressive resume under the WWE banner. The former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion stated that she has years left to continue building her legacy.

Speaking on WWE’s The Bump, Liv Morgan revealed that she has been dealing with imposter syndrome in WWE,

“My biggest hurdle was just feeling like I never had the credentials to fulfill what I needed to do here. I came from nothing. … I’m not a generational superstar. I don’t have a crazy sports background. I just loved WWE with every fiber of my being, so I always just felt imposter syndrome, like there’s no way I’ll be good enough.”

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Liv Morgan wants to inspire door-next girls to achieve their dreams

Liv Morgan pointed out the fact that she knows the agony of the outsiders in the WWE since she faced it, first-hand. This is the reason she doesn’t get herself accustomed to the superstardom. Rather, the New Jersey native loves to portray the character of a simple girl where her followers can be inspired by her to chase their dreams,

“I want you to know that I was literally you. I just hope that they look at me and feel that, really. And not just like, ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah. I can never be that.’ It’s like, ‘No, I promise you. You really, really can.'”

As mentioned above, Liv Morgan returned during the Women’s Royal Rumble match went down in January. For the second year in a row, Morgan was the last person to be eliminated from the 30-woman melee. Then she again came up short in the Women’s Elimination Chamber match that essentially sidelined her from going into WrestleMania 40.

Arindam Pal

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