WWE Duo Call Out Megan Thee Stallion & Cardi B – “Make It Happen”

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Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B have become household names as hip hop megastars, and now WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez want them to make the transition to sports entertainment.

Stallion and Cardi B have teamed together before in the world of music, courting controversy with the release of their sexually charged 2020 hit WAP.

Cardi B has made no secret of her wrestling fandom, name-dropping Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka in her song Hot Sh*t in 2022. She’s also revealed in the past that her favorite wresting theme belongs to Eddie Guerrero, and expressed her admiration for Edge and Lita as a “sexy a** couple.” While it’s unclear if she has aspirations to step inside the squared circle herself, both Alexa Bliss and Bianca Belair have expressed interest in working with the star if she were open to making a celebrity appearance.

Stallion, meanwhile, was shown pictured alongside Belair in 2021 just weeks before Belair lost the SmackDown Women’s Championship to a returning Becky Lynch at SummerSlam.

Liv Morgan And Raquel Rodriguez Want To Face Cardi B And Megan Thee Stallion In WWE

Thanks to a shocking heel turn from Trish Stratus, Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez became the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions on the April 10th episode of Monday Night Raw. Now, speaking in a new interview with Billboard, the duo made it clear that they want to face the WAP artists inside the squared circle.

“I would love to see Cardi and Meg The Stallion. I think Meg would be incredible. They’ve also been so active with us on Twitter and just responded to different things. Those two would be interesting to see in the ring. Us versus Cardi and Meg. Make it happen.”

Morgan made it clear that she had no intention of going easy on the music stars, even proposing matches that would allow for the use of weapons if the blockbuster bout were to take place.

“I’m not gonna go easy on them, though. They look like they could take the titles: an Extreme Rules Match, Last Woman Standing Match. Let’s do all of it.”

Fellow hip hop megastar Bad Bunny has proven that crossover success is possible, successfully defeating Damian Priest in a highly-acclaimed San Juan Street Fight at Backlash on May 6th.