Seth Rollins and Liv Morgan have both blacked out their Twitter and Instagram profiles following their losses at Extreme Rules.
Both Rollins and Morgan suffered major losses during the October 8 WWE premium live event.
In the second match of the night, Rousey scored a technical submission victory over Liv Morgan to win back the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Morgan had won the SmackDown Women’s Title from Rousey at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view in July, after cashing in her Money in the Bank contract.
Morgan appeared to be smiling before passing while trapped in Rousey’s hold at Extreme Rules. WWE continued to tease a Morgan character change with an intriguing backstage segment following the bout.
In the main event of the premium live event, Seth Rollins came up short against Matt Riddle in their fight pit bout. The match was notably officiated by UFC legend Daniel Cormier, who had brief altercations with both Rollins and Riddle during the bout.
Cormier has shared his thoughts on the bout, explaining why he confronted Rollins inside the cage.
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Both Seth Rollins and Liv Morgan have gone dark on their Twitter and insta profile!!!!! 🤔 🤔#SethRollins #LivMorgan #ExtremeRules pic.twitter.com/RgXwnXerPF
— Shikhar (@its_me_shikhar) October 9, 2022
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