Liv Morgan has taken WWE by storm in 2020 – which is a stark contrast to The Riott Squad star’s 2019. As documented recently in Liv Forever – the critically-acclaimed WWE Network documentary which followed the 26-year-old’s journey thus far in WWE – Morgan spent a lengthy spell off of television before being brought back into the fold.
“Paul Heyman, he’s so revolutionary in this business, he’s one of the best characters, one of the best to speak on the mic, the best advocates, so he definitely wanted to see me succeed and gave me opportunities so that I can succeed – which I am so grateful for.
“He definitely had a lot of tips and tricks along the way. But yeah, it was a cool experience.”
The Riott Squad star would also open up about her same-sex relationship storyline with Lana.
“Me personally, I would love to touch on that story again, because I think it’s so important just to show not different people but, you know, ‘Hey, maybe I love this girl,’ you know, like, I think it’s important just to show that. But I don’t think you ever can ever say never in WWE. I think anything and everything is open to being visited again. Is that happening? I have no idea. But would I like it? For sure. But it was a very crazy experience.”