Ruby Soho is now with AEW and she is fitting right in there, but she left some dear friends behind in WWE. Liv Morgan and Ruby Riott were incredible close as Riott Squad stablemates, and it seems that Ruby still stays in constant contact with her.

While speaking to Robbie Fox on My Mom’s Basement, Liv Morgan revealed that Ruby Soho still gives her that confirmation and validation that she needs as a supportive person in her life.

Ruby Soho might not be in WWE anymore, but she is still paying close attention to the company’s television programming, especially when she’s watching Liv.

“Ruby, throughout my friendship with her, everyone has self-doubts and moments where they just don’t feel their best. The constant pain with me was, I don’t feel good enough, I secretly don’t feel good enough. Ruby would always be like, ‘You don’t even know how good you are. These people don’t know how good you are.’ She would be so supportive and so good for my self-confidence and my self-belief. Still, now, I have moments where I’m lacking confidence or self-esteem and I just talk to Ruby and I’m like, ‘Dude, I’m going through it right now.’ She’ll give me that confirmation and validation that I’m not really looking for, but hearing it from her, it puts me at ease.”

“I believe in her so much and I’m like, ‘Okay.’ She’s been so supportive every week. She texts me before all my segments like, ‘I’m watching you, good luck, I love you. You’re the best.’ I’m like, ‘Yes. Ruby is watching. I got this, I’m the best. She said so, so it’s real.’ She just helped me believe in myself a lot and just know that I might be the sh*t.”

Ruby Soho was likely very proud of Liv Morgan’s win over Carmella at Extreme Rules. It might have been a kickoff show match, but that win in front of those Columbus fans is just what Liv Morgan needs to continue her momentum in WWE.

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Thanks to Fightful for the quote

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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