Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez are the reigning WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, but an injury might have stopped them in their tracks. It seems that Liv Morgan is out of action, which came at a very bad time.

Sean Sapp noted behind Fightful’s paywall that Liv Morgan is injured. She was scheduled for a meet & greet at a Cricket Wireless store today, but she was replaced by Dolph Ziggler.

It was reported that Liv Morgan was injured during her WWE Women’s Tag Team Title match against Damage CTRL. Liv and Raquel Rodriguez were able to win that match, but it took a toll on Morgan.

Liv Morgan was scheduled for a Cricket Wireless meet and greet on Monday morning, but was replaced by Dolph Ziggler. WWE sources told Fightful that was because Morgan was injured in her tag team title defense alongside Raquel Rodriguez against the team of Damage CTRL.


It was also noted that, “we haven’t heard of the severity of the injury or  where the spot happened. However, Liv Morgan was slated to team with Raquel Rodriguez on Monday’s Raw to defend the tag team titles against Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville. We’re told that match is set to change. We haven’t learned as to what will become of the Women’s Tag Team Titles.”

At this time, Liv Morgan’s match hasn’t been promoted on social media today and isn’t listed on the official WWE Raw preview. Only time will tell how bad her injury is, but we’re hoping for the best.

We will have to see how WWE handles this situation. Obviously, it’s never a good thing to have a champion go down with an injury. WWE has seemingly had issues with their Women’s Tag Team Titles for a while now.

What’s your take on Liv Morgan’s injury status? Sound off in the comments!

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