Liv Morgan, who was responsible for Rhea Ripley’s shoulder injury, has broken her silence following Becky Lynch’s claim of the vacated WWE Women’s World Championship on RAW this week.

The Women’s Battle Royal on Monday Night RAW saw top WWE female stars compete to determine the new WWE Women’s World Champion after Rhea Ripley’s injury-related absence. Becky Lynch, Natalya, Chelsea Green, Liv Morgan, Shayna Baszler, and Nia Jax were among the competitors seeking to fill the championship vacancy.

The match came down to the final three contenders: Nia Jax, Liv Morgan, and Becky Lynch. During a fierce confrontation, Jax managed to knock Lynch out of the ring, temporarily removing her from the action. However, Lynch quickly rejoined the fray, reigniting the battle for the title.

In the final moments of the Battle Royal, a combined effort from Liv Morgan and Becky Lynch led to Nia Jax’s elimination. The ultimate showdown between Morgan and Lynch concluded with Lynch hitting her signature Manhandle Slam on Morgan at the apron, sending her out of the ring and securing the WWE Women’s World Championship for herself.


Unsurprisingly, many fans were absolutely livid that Liv Morgan didn’t win the match. Morgan took to Twitter following her shocking failure and she made it clear her Revenge Tour is far from over.

”It’s on.”

We’ll have to wait and see what direction WWE takes with Becky Lynch as the Women’s World Champion. Perhaps Liv Morgan will be the one to dethrone Big Time Becks at Backlash on May 4th.

Were you sad to see Liv Morgan not become the new Women’s World Champion? Sound off in the comments section below!

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