Liv Morgan has her post-WWE career planned out

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Liv Morgan

Liv Morgan, WWE star is seemed to be preparing for a new journey outside the squared circle. She recently took to her social media account and apparently has a plan B for her career.

Liv Morgan is preparing a backup option for her career

Liv Morgan

Liv Morgan, the former member of the Riott Squad took to her Twitter handle and posted a picture. The image featured some books on Florida real estate, and she was in front of a computer screen displaying the Bob Hogue School of Real Estate.

The fans might have been wondering about the Tweet until she explained it.

The caption read, “We all have the power to do anything we want to do. I am excited and nervous (that’s okay!) to start this new journey”

Check out the Tweet below:

The 26-year-old still has ample time in her career as a wrestler. However, no wrestler can continue their job for a lifetime and it is wise to have a plan B in a career.

Liv Morgan has her post-WWE career planned out - THE SPORTS ROOM

The profession in Real Estate might be a good option for her after she bids goodbye to the squared circle.

Liv Morgan thanks and appreciates WWE

Liv Morgan, the New Jersey native had also thanked her employer, WWE for providing her with the opportunity and live her dream of being a WWE superstar. She took to Twitter and posted, “I love u @WWE thank u for taking a chance on me”

Check out the Tweet below:

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Liv Morgan was spotted at the Joe DeFranco’s gym in New Jersey back in 2014 and was offered a contract for WWE’s developmental territory, NXT. After a few brief appearances, she repackaged her gimmick and made her debut, however in a losing effort. She saw her first victory when she defeated Aliyah.

Morgan turned heel in 2017 and on an edition of Friday Night Smackdown, made her main roster debut along with Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan as a part of The Riott Squad. She had a decent run with the stable.

Liv Morgan has her post-WWE career planned out - THE SPORTS ROOM

In 2019, she started her singles’ run in WWE after the stable was disbanded due to the Superstar shakeup. She had turned face and was involved in the Bobby Lashley-Lana storyline with Rusev.

She had also worked a match with Natalya at Wrestlemania 36 pre-show. Currently, she has reunited with Riott Squad member, Ruby Riott and was drafted to SmackDown during 2020 WWE Draft.

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