Liv Morgan has consistently lived up to the title of SmackDown Women’s Champion. Even though fans found her SummerSlam match against Ronda Rousey bit lackluster, she redeemed herself at the Clash at the Castle pay-per-view in Cardiff.

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During the SmackDown Women’s Title match, Shayna Baszler tried to narrow down attacks on Morgan’s injured left arm. Morgan turned it around and delivered a running powerbomb from the second rope. She then secured a clean victory, and the match received a lot of praise from fans.

The SmackDown Women’s Championship took part in the press conference after Clash at the Castle. Her dress in the event was a tribute to WWE Hall of Famer Sherri Martel, which is notable and amazing to hear.


Sensational Sherri rocked the white dress during her appearance in SummerSlam 1992. While Morgan gave her a tribute, it appears she’s never seen the event. She admitted to this during the event.

Press at the conference reacted to this by doing some light mocking and gasps in disbelief, with even Seth Rollins questioning her. Morgan made her case by stating that the event took place before she was born. In case you planned on Googling this later, Liv Morgan was born on June 8th, 1994, about two years after that historic SummerSlam event.

Morgan simply laughed and promised “I’m gonna go back and watch it tonight.” It would be the perfect tribute to watch SummerSlam 1992 as Morgan just had a big win at the pay-per-view.

We’ll have to see how much longer Liv Morgan is able to hold onto her SmackDown Women’s Title. She escaped Shayna Baszler in Cardiff, and now she has something to watch on her flight back to the USA.

What’s your take on Liv Morgan not watching SummerSlam 1992? Sound off in the comments!

Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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