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Update on Liv Morgan WWE hiatus

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WWE star Liv Morgan has provided an update on her goals amid her wrestling hiatus due to injury.

Liv Morgan hasn’t wrestled since she and Raquel Rodriguez dropped their WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship to Chelsea Green & Sonya Deville on the July 17 edition of Raw.
Rhea Ripley later brutalised Morgan on the July 24 episode, providing a storyline reason for her wrestling hiatus.
Prior to this, Morgan had been spotted with her arm in a sling, indicating that she’s recovering from a legitimate injury.
Speaking with Muscle and Health, Morgan discussed her focus on fitness and nutrition, noting that she has been using her time off to hone her diet so she can make her return in the best shape of her life.

Discussing the preparations she’s making, Morgan said:
“I’m actually out injured right now and aside from healing up, my focus has been on my nutrition, so it’s been really exciting honing in on that.
“I want to come back in the very best shape of my life, so right now, I am eating clean, tons of fresh fruits and veggies. I’m basing my carb intake on the amount of physicality and energy I expend each day. I do believe life is about balance, though, so I still order a cheeky little dessert with dinner sometimes.”

When asked about risks involved with wrestling, Morgan noted that she wouldn’t call injuries the ‘dark side of the sport’.
Explaining why, she said:
“I wouldn’t necessarily call it the ‘dark side of the sport’ because injuries are something we all know are possible (maybe even likely) before we even step foot into the ring for the first time.
“I am super aware of the risks, but it’s just part of the business. When compared to all the amazing opportunities that come with being a WWE superstar, it really doesn’t feel that prevalent.
“I’ve had a long and healthy career for the last 9-years of my life. In fact, my first injuries didn’t occur until this year. It’s been unfortunate, but it’s the name of the game. Luckily, we have a world-class medical team on call to keep us healthy and in tip-top condition.”

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