Now without the SmackDown Women’s Championship, Liv Morgan’s career trajectory may be about to take her down a different avenue.
It may be time for a change in the career of Liv Morgan.
Having lost the SmackDown Women’s Championship to Ronda Rousey via submission at Extreme Rules, the former Riott Squad member teased debuting a new darker persona. Upon backstage reporter Megan Morant finding her backstage after the matter, Liv Morgan all but confirmed a move away from her current schtick.
Sitting by herself in a darkened area of the Wells Fargo Center, Morgan refused to answer any questions, seemingly doleful over her loss of the blue brand’s Women’s Championship.
— WWE (@WWE) October 9, 2022
Having won the championship from ‘The Baddest Woman on the Planet’ at Money in the Bank by cashing in the very briefcase, Liv Morgan reigned as SmackDown Women’s Champion for 98 days. Successful defences came against Rousey and Shayna Baszler during this period.
2022 has been a banner year for the 28-year-old. Liv Morgan started the year off with a valiant effort against defending Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch at Day 1, with her success being fleeting ever since. A Money in the Bank victory and subsequent successful cash-in was Morgan’s biggest achievement to date.