WWE brought Extreme Rules to Philly, and fans packed the house to see everything go down. Of course, with so much on the line, something like a title can easily change hands.

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Liv Morgan gave it her all against Ronda Rousey at Extreme Rules, but their match ended her reign as SmackDown Women’s Champion. This was quite a match that erupted into a fight, many weapons were used and this was quite a show for the Philly crowd.

In the end, Ronda Rousey did not pin Liv Morgan, nor did she make her tap out. Rousey locked her legs around Morgan’s neck and didn’t let go until Morgan was unconscious.


Liv Morgan had a smile on her face the entire time. As we previously noted, she discovered that bit of masochism lives within her. It appears that WWE could be building that into her character.

When Liv Morgan woke up, she smiled as Ronda Rousey left with the title. Only time will how much of this story there is left to unfold.

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