WWE Star Liv Morgan Harrassed In Airport [VIDEO]

Liv Morgan stands as WWE SmackDown Women's Champion at WWE Clash At The Castle 2022

It can be argued that there is a time and a place for asking a WWE Superstar for their autograph.

In a fan video uploaded to social media, SmackDown star Liv Morgan is approached by multiple individuals while walking through an airport. Morgan is swamped by autograph hunters hoping for their photos to be signed by the former SmackDown Women’s Champion.

WWE Superstar Liv Morgan Bothered By Multiple Fans For Autographs

As seen in the video below, Morgan happily complies with the request and signs multiple photos of herself.

Reactions to the video have been mixed. While some have praised Morgan for taking the time to sign the multiple items while in public, others have criticised the individuals for harassing the Superstar while outside of a WWE setting.

Liv Morgan’s popularity amongst the WWE Universe has grown exponentially in the past 12 months. Morgan’s first major opportunity came in July at the Money in the Bank Premium Live Event. In the opening match of the show, Morgan would win the briefcase in the Money in the Bank ladder match, becoming the 6th different female superstar to be in possession of the contract.

Later that evening, the briefcase holder would go on to defeat Ronda Rousey and become the new SmackDown Women’s Champion.

Following a loss back to Rousey at the Extreme Rules event, Liv Morgan would continue her quest for gold in 2023. Morgan entered the Women’s Royal Rumble match in the number 2 spot, being the last woman eliminated in the Battle Royale. The match was won by Rhea Ripley, who will go onto WrestleMania to face Charlotte Flair.

Morgan has one final chance to compete for a singles championship in April. The runner up of the Women’s Royal Rumble will compete inside the Elimination Chamber on Saturday February 18th, with Asuka, Raquel Rodriguez, Nikki Cross, Natalya and Carmella all locked inside the structure. The winner will go on to challenge the Raw Women’s Champion at WrestleMania.