Liv Morgan Shows Backside In Britney Outfit Photo

Liv Morgan posted photos where she shows a backside view in her Britney Spears outfit from WWE Elimination Chamber.



Lana was one of the highlights of the women’s division in WWE as she was in a tag team with Naomi, Liv Morgan is prominent as well, and both played an embarrassing role in recent WWE firings. Several WWE Superstars were released by the company on April 15th as part of the COVID-19 budget cuts. Among the Superstars released included Peyton Royce, Billie Kay, Chelsea Green, Mojo Rawley, and others. Carmella and Lana recently modeled black lingerie together in photos. 

Lana was also released earlier last year alongside Braun Strowman, Aleister Black, and Buddy Murphy, among others. Lana took to her Instagram and uploaded a reel, showing off a couple of stunning outfits while asking fans who her character Holly is in her new film called ‘WifeLike.’

Guess who the character “Holly” Is from the movie “WifeLike”?!? Coming this year to theaters & @paramountplus

Former WWE Superstar Lana spent most of her career in the company being paired up with AEW star Miro, who used to be known as Rusev in WWE. The two are married in real life as well and it seems Lana was punished by the company for something that was not her fault at all. We will have to wait and see if Lana will ever make her debut in AEW or not.

In other news concerning Lana’s former champion-holding hubby, Miro, during a recent appearance of ‘The Kurt Angle Show,’ the former TNT champion described the differences between All Elite Wrestling and WWE. Credit to Wrestling Inc for the following.

“Big differences, first, the creative,” Miro said. “There are no writers, we just have Tony that writes certain things. But on a day-to-day basis, you’re pretty much in charge of your writing. If you have a promo, yeah, Tony may have a suggestion, but usually, it’s going to be on you and what do you want to say.

Miro would then say the following

“The matches, yeah, we have producers, or agents, or coaches as we call them, but they’re not going to be on every match and they’re not as hands-on as WWE is. They’re not going to tell you ‘Oh, they dived in the last match so you can’t do dives before that,’ the control level, it’s all about peer-to-peer. There’s not going to be a middle man, there’s not going to be a man on top that tells you what you can and can’t do.


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Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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