Logan Paul Off WWE TV, Liv Morgan On Her Abusive Childhood

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Logan Paul has other responsibilities and will be off WWE TV for months. Also, Liv Morgan speaks on her abusive family and upbringing.

Logan Paul Off WWE TV

Logan Paul signed a contrast with WWE in July and it is long-term. Right away, he feuded with The Miz.

They have history dating back to WrestleMania 38. The Miz and Logan won their match, but then the former WWE Champion turned on his partner.

At SummerSlam, Paul got revenge by defeating The Miz. Also, his performance was well received by almost everybody.

After such an impressive win, it seems Logan will be off TV for a bit. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted how he is preparing for a proposed boxing match in December.

Oddly enough, WWE is letting Logan go forward with the match. Usually, WWE does not let talent work another sport out of fear of injury and competition.

If WWE does want to make Logan Paul champion, he needs to dedicate more TV time. Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns have the star power to skip events for months at a time.

Liv Morgan On Her Abusive Childhood

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At the moment, Liv Morgan is on-top of the mountain. She might not have wrestling in her family or make the most money, but she captured the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

Morgan won the Money in the Bank briefcase for a future title shot over the next year. Instead, she successfully cashed-in on Ronda Rousey two hours laters.

It seemed like Liv would never get her chance to be champion, despite being a favorite. Typically, the same few superstars win the title.

It was not all good for Morgan. While speaking to BT Sport’s Ariel Helwani, Liv Morgan went over her troubled childhood.

“Some I haven’t spoken to in years, but most of my family lives in Florida now,” said Morgan. “I’m really close with three.” 

“I have a good relationship with my mother, but yeah, I take care of them. I guess growing up and being in my environment, I understood really soon, like, this isn’t what I want in my life.” 

“It was just very violent and chaotic, not a conducive environment to grow, so, I kind of knew like, I’m going to save my family. That’s kind of how I based my whole entire life, like, what can I do to get us out of this situation?”

Seeing WWE Changed Liv Morgan

“So when I saw WWE for the first time, I fell in love, and I was like, this is it. I’m not some hero, but I just always knew that’s what I was going to do.” 

“That was my purpose. It was like, I’m going to save my family. I’m going to break this cycle of drugs, abuse and police at my house almost every single night. I was like, this is not going to be my life, and I’m going to also change their lives.”

Those are some very raw comments from Morgan. 

So far, she is making best of the opportunity. She debuted on the main roster as part of the Riott Squad.

The other two members were eventually released, leaving the youngest on her own. Morgan has really shined the past year, always giving it her best.

Hopefully, she is not a paper champion and she gets a few more months with the title.

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