Backstage Heat On Natalya After Recent WWE House Show Incident

11 months ago by Sanchez Taylor

Backstage Heat On Natalya After Recent WWE House Show Incident WWE

There is reportedly backstage heat on Natalya following a recent house show incident involving Liv Morgan.

At this past weekend’s live event in Sacramento, California, Natalya appeared to break character following her match against Liv Morgan and Ronda Rousey, no-selling Morgan’s finisher after the three-count before shouting at Morgan and walking off.

Per Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, there is heat on Natalya, and Liv Morgan could also possibly be getting heat for the incident.

Discussing the situation, Meltzer said:

“It was a surprise, especially from her. There was an issue. It had nothing to do with Liv Morgan, at all. From what I heard… I know Natalya’s getting heat. I think Liv Morgan’s been getting heat over (it).

“Whatever it was, I don’t know exactly what the situation was, I know there was a situation, I know that it was cleared up immediately that night and it’s over and done with. But it did happen, she was mad. But it had nothing to do with Morgan, or any heat (between) her and Morgan. If you watch the clip, that was the conclusion you would come to, but it wasn’t that.”

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Natalya commented on the incident in a now-deleted tweet, which you can read right here.

Liv Morgan was reportedly receiving huge reactions from fans over the weekend, following her SmackDown Women’s Title win earlier this month at Money in the Bank.

Morgan will defend her gold at SummerSlam against Ronda Rousey. Check out the updated card for the July 30 event at this link.

Morgan currently has the 11th best TV win percentage of the WWE women’s roster for this year. Stay up to date with WWE win/loss records for 2022 using our tracker at this link.

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