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Liv Morgan Comments On Making History At SummerSlam 2022

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• Liv Morgan Comments On Making History At SummerSlam 2022

In the co-main event of WWE SummerSlam 2022, Liv Morgan retained the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Ronda Rousey.

The finish of this match was controversial. Ronda was on her back and had Liv trapped in the Armbar.

Due to Ronda’s shoulders being on the mat, the referee began counting the pin and at the same time Liv tapped out.

However, the referee didn’t see Liv’s tap and awarded the victory to Morgan via pinfall.

Rousey wasn’t happy about this and attacked both Liv & the referee after the match.

With this win, Liv has made history by becoming the 1st woman to pin Ronda twice in WWE.

During a backstage interview, Morgan had the following to say about retaining her Title:

“Not gonna lie, I’m in so much pain right now. I don’t know that you walk into a match with Ronda Rousey and come out the same but I did exactly what I said I was gonna do and I left with my championship. So I guess I’m okay.

I did it because this is exactly what I said that I was gonna do. I said that I love this more, that I want this more, that I need this more.

So I went there and I did what was needed to be done and I survived Ronda Rousey. I’m still SmackDown Women’s Champion.”

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• Old School WCW Celebrity Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 60th birthday of Old School WCW Celebrity Kevin Greene.

NFL Legend Kevin Greene used to play as a Linebacker and as a Defensive End for several teams, including the Los Angeles Rams, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Carolina Panthers.

At The Great American Bash 1996 PPV, he teamed up with fellow NFL Superstar Steve McMichael, who turned on him and joined The 4 Horsemen.

Greene ended up working 3 more pay-per-views for World Championship Wrestling: Slamboree 1997, The Great American Bash 1997 and Bash At The Beach 1998.


July 31, 1962 – December 21, 2020

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