Liv Morgan
Liv Morgan. Image Credits: Twitter

WWE SmackDown star and a former WWE SmackDown Women’s champion Liv Morgan who recently spent more than an hour in the Women’s Royal Rumble match talked about her WWE Smackdown Women’s Title from last year and discussed the amazing journey following it.

This feud started back in the Money in the Bank pay per view event. Ronda Rousey was holding the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship and she defended her title against Natalya that night. Liv Morgan also won the Money in the Bank ladder match earlier that night and she decided to cash in her contract on Ronda.

Liv Morgan
Liv Morgan. Image Credits: Twitter

Liv Morgan Discusses Winning The Smackdown Women’s Title

After Ronda successfully defeated Natalya, Morgan came out to cash in her contract. She successfully cashed in her contract to win the Championship and this was her first Championship in WWE. She held the championship for the next three months pretty strongly and she won all the matches while holding the Championship.

At the Extreme Rules pay per view event, Morgan went on to defend her Championship against Ronda in an Extreme Rules match. This time Morgan failed to achieve the victory as she lost the competition and Ronda won the WWE SmackDown Women’s championship for the second time.

Liv Morgan
Liv Morgan. Image Credits: Twitter

It was a good championship run over all and we hope there are more title runs waiting for her. She spent over one hour in the Royal Rumble match and it had been really an excellent performance. She also became the finalist of the Royal Rumble match of this year.

Liv Morgan who recently spent more than an hour in the Women’s Royal Rumble match spoke to Busted Open Radio where she talked about her WWE Smackdown Women’s Title from last year and discussed the amazing journey following it. She said;

Liv Morgan

“I’ve really appreciated the journey. I had so many times where I doubted if I would get to become champion, or kind of be, you know, the martyrs of the women’s division. And so, I felt like I knew always, all along, that the journey was going to be worth the outcome.”

“You know, five-year-old little Liv would have died [to be in this position], and so, yeah, I felt like I just owed it to myself to see how good I could possibly be,” Liv said. It’s hard to deny that Liv hasn’t done just that and pushed herself to her physical peak, as proven by her progress in the ring.”

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