On the March 2nd episode of RAW, Liv Morgan defeated Ruby Riott after she had a confrontation with Sarah Logan, special match referee and former member of the Riott Squad, who made a quick count, then knocking Ruby out of the ring, before suffering a knee in turn by Sarah.
On March 8th, at Elimination Chamber, Liv takes part in the Women’s Elimination Chamber match to determine Becky Lynch’s Raw Women’s Championship contender No.1 at WrestleMania 36, but was eliminated fourth by Shayna Baszler.
Speaking with the New York Post, she revealed what she did during her nine months away from WWE: “Just figuring out what I wanted from me.
I was in the Riott Squad and I was very, very immature and I was loud. You know, I needed attention.
I needed people to look at me, so I dyed my hair pink and made my tongue blue.
I did all these things that definitely made me stand out, but were they really me? Is that really who I was at the core of the character?
I don’t think it was, especially being with these two other women.
And now I’m by myself. It was just finding myself on my own.
So I spent nine months, a lot of self talk, a lot of watching old footage of myself and just finding out who this grown woman is now”.
Mick Foley is known as the hardcore legend. He is a legendary WWE wrestler and one of the promotion’s highest risk-takers. He is well-known for being tossed off the top of a Hell in a cell by The Undertaker. Foley is no longer an active wrestler, but he keeps himself busy in the wrestling industry.
He was with TMZ Sports recently. They spoke to him about which one of his characters did he like the most. “Favorite gimmick? I’m going to go with Corporate Dude Love, where I got to dance with Mr. McMahon,” Foley shared.
“Yeah, well, that’s the first time I’ve ever given that answer, but today’s answer: Corporate Dude Love. Had a couple epic matches with ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, too.” Foley’s most famous character was arguably Mankind.
He even teamed up with The Rock for a time and had a few awesome matches with him. “Yeah, Mankind as a whole,” Foley said. “Especially the ‘Latter Day Mankind’ that teamed up with a little known entity named Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.
We did some great things together.” There are many wrestlers that copy Mick’s style, but none could ever match him. Besides working for WWE, foley has also worked for Impact Wrestling. He is yet to work for All Elite Wrestling, a promotion that may end the WWE one day. Foley is one of the most popular WWE Hall of Famers that are still associated with WWE.