Liv Morgan Comments On Recent WWE Leadership Changes Following Vince McMahon Retirement
What does Liv Morgan think about the changes?
The past few days have been filled with changes for WWE since Vince McMahon announced his retirement as WWE CEO and Chairman. The 76-year-old has been replaced by his daughter Stephanie McMahon as Chairwoman, while she is sharing CEO duties with Nick Khan.
Triple H has also seen his power increase within WWE and along with his new position as Executive Vice President of Talent Relations, The Game has been appointed head of WWE creative.
Fortunately for the new leadership, the prevailing feeling within WWE is one of excitement following all of the changes, Liv Morgan said to The Mirror.
"We were all shocked. And it felt sudden. But we all owe so much to Vince. So if he felt like it was time, then it was time. We're also excited to be working with Stephanie and Nick [Khan, the other co-CEO). Stephanie was born into this business, so there's literally no one better for the job than her. We're all so excited and we're just ready to go to work. We're all just ready to take it to the next level," Morgan said.
She also said about Triple H's appointment as head of WWE creative: "We're excited. We're in great hands."
Liv is currently one of WWE's featured performers as SmackDown Women's Champion and she will defend her title at Saturday's SummerSlam pay-per-view when she goes one-on-one with Ronda Rousey.