WWE News

Liv Morgan On If WWE Wanted Her To Portray Sister Abigail

Liv Morgan Article Pic 1 WrestleFeed App

• Liv Morgan On If WWE Wanted Her To Portray Sister Abigail

During a recent interview with Sportskeeda, RAW wrestler Liv Morgan was asked if WWE wanted her to portray the role of Sister Abigail, or if she was interested in playing that role.

Below is what Liv said:

“I think it’s very flattering fan fiction. I was never — you know, respectfully — hoping to be Sister Abigail. I was never pushing to be Sister Abigail. I went away for a while and I’m finding myself and I’m exploring myself. I have all these thoughts and emotions, and I’m trying to let people know without literally saying it.

[The fans] just, kind of, wanted me to return so bad. I think that that was — they felt that was it. They felt that that was it. That was what I was going to be doing. That’s a very flattering fanfic, but all it is is fanfic.”

WATCH: Liv Morgan’s Buns Exposed:

WrestleFeed App Ad By WWF Old School 2

You can download our official WrestleFeed mobile app to check out more Wrestling news & Divas content. Tap here to download.

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 1, 2000) – ECW Anarchy Rulz 2000

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 1, 2000, Extreme Championship Wrestling aired ‘ECW Anarchy Rulz 2000’ LIVE on PPV from the Roy Wilkins Auditorium in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Despite the roster being kind of thin already around that time, with many of ECW’s former stars already working for the WWF, WCW or XPW at this point, this pay-per-view still received largely positive reviews by the critics.

The results of the show can be found here:

Danny Doring & Roadkill defeated The Bad Street Boys

Kid Kash defeated EZ Money

Joel Gertner defeated Cyrus

Da Baldies defeated Balls Mahoney & Chilly Willy

#1 contender: Steve Corino defeated C.W. Anderson

ECW World Tag Team Championship: The F.B.I. (c) defeated The Unholy Alliance

ECW World Television Championship: Rhino (c) defeated Rob Van Dam

ECW World Heavyweight Championship: Jerry Lynn defeated Justin Credible (c)

        
To Top