Liv Morgan has reflected on her recent return to action at the Royal Rumble.
After spending six months on the sidelines, Liv Morgan made her highly-anticipated return at the Royal Rumble. The former Women’s Champion entered the women’s Rumble match at number 30 and eliminated Zoey Stark and Jade Cargill before being thrown over the top rope by the winner Bayley.
Appearing on The Bump, Morgan said she was proud of her comeback while very much enjoying the fact she eliminated Cargill who was making her WWE in-ring debut.
“I think I love it for me. I think I love it for me because that means I didn’t digress,” Morgan said. “I had half a year off and I came back and I jumped right into kind of where I left off. And I eliminated Jade [Cargill]. She wasn’t ready for Liv.”
Morgan went on to discuss her own history in the match and how the Royal Rumble matches themselves have evolved.
“I went from the fastest elimination in history to sharing the record of longest Royal Rumble time with Rhea last year,” Morgan said. “This match has evolved tremendously in a lot of ways. What I noticed the most this year compared to the first year is that [with] Rumble matches, we love bringing back legends. We love representing the ‘NXT’ women, but this year, we have such a stacked roster filled with so many talented women that need to be showcased that unfortunately, [also] fortunately. there were no legends to showcase because we had so many incredible women ready to be seen.”
Liv Morgan Coming For Revenge
During the same appearance, Liv Morgan set her sights on getting revenge on the woman who put her out of action. Back in July, Morgan was attacked on Raw by Rhea Ripley, with the beating serving as the storyline reason for her absence.
Reflecting on the attack by her former tag team partner, Morgan said getting revenge is all she thought about while on the shelf.
H/t to Wrestling Inc