Liv Morgan recently appeared on Corey Graves’ After The Bell podcast and discussed her and Raquel Rodriguez’s journey to becoming the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions. Liv expressed her desire to make the tag team division more consistent and stable, and to make sure that the titles have a home that is ready to defend every single week.

Morgan acknowledged that there will trial and error but she and Rodriguez are committed to making their team work and representing the championship to the best of their ability. She emphasized the importance of having a stable tag division, particularly for the women, and that they are honored to be the champions and want to show the WWE Universe that the titles have found a home with them.

“There’s ebbs and flows and there’s going to be some trial and errors, but I would love for the tag division to be more consistent and more stable. That’s exactly what Raquel and I are aiming to do. I am 100% all in on Raquel and making our team work and making sure that we are reigning and defending champions. I know it’s so cliche. Everyone wants to be defending champions, but for the women and for these titles specifically, it’s important that they have a home that is ready to go every single week.”

“We have been going to both shows since after WrestleMania and that’s not anything that we do begrudgingly We are so prepared and proud and ready, even if we’re tired, to do what we have to do, to show the WWE Universe that these are stable and these are consistent and they found a home with Raquel and I. We are honored, honored, honored to be the champions and we just want to represent that to the best of our ability.”


Morgan and Rodriguez won the Women’s Tag Team Championships on the May 3, 2021, episode of WWE RAW, defeating Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler. They have since defended their titles against various teams on both RAW and SmackDown, showcasing their skills as a cohesive unit.

The WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships were introduced in 2019, and the division has seen its ups and downs since then. However, with Morgan and Rodriguez’s dedication to making the division more consistent and stable, it’s possible that we may see more exciting tag team matches in the future.

What are your thoughts on Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez’s desire to make the WWE Women’s Tag Team Division more consistent and stable? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

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