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Liv Morgan Says Alexa Bliss’s “Artsy, Dark” Character Is “Inspirational”

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Liv Morgan has praised Alexa Bliss’s current dark, demonic character that has spun off from her relationship with The Fiend saying it perhaps lets others see what they can do with their personas.

Bliss had been somewhat under the spell of The Fiend for several months, interfering on his behalf in his storied rivalry with Randy Orton. Bliss famously threw a fireball at Orton before later seemingly making The Viper emit an oozy black liquid from his mouth.

Things took a turn at WrestleMania 37 when The Fiend faced Orton in a match on Night 2. The Fiend entered by way of a giant jack-in-the-box with Bliss turning the crank and releasing Bray Wyatt from his box. In the end, it was Alexa Bliss who cost The Fiend the match when she distracted him by sitting in the giant box with the black oozy liquid streaming down her face.

Since then Bliss has said she discovered she didn’t need The Fiend after all and has introduced a doll called Lily who seems to be controlling Bliss’s dark side. Such a story in wrestling will always attract an array of opinions and the main event segment on Raw where Lily appeared to be haunting Bliss’s current rival Shayna Baszler was polarising, to say the least.

One WWE Superstar who is a fan of Alexa Bliss’s current character is former Riott Squad member, Liv Morgan. Speaking exclusively to Stephanie Chase of Digital Spy, Morgan gave her thoughts on Bliss’s on-screen antics.

Morgan said:

“I love what she’s doing. It’s creative, it’s artsy, it’s dark, which are all things that I am drawn to. I definitely think maybe it makes others broaden their mind as to what we can and are able to, get away with. It’s inspirational in that aspect showing us we can think outside the box maybe a little bit more than we had anticipated.”

Liv Morgan became the last remaining Riott Squad member left in WWE when her tag team partner Ruby Riott was released from the company on the 2nd of June. Since then Morgan has faced Carmella twice on SmackDown with the women currently sitting at one win apiece.

Credit: Digital Spy