Now we know it’s not just Morgan who’s hurt.
Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer has reported that both Morgan and her tag team partner, Ruby Riott, were affected by a “very bad spot” near the end of last week’s Women’s Tag Team championship match on SmackDown. He noted that the women were supposed to be back in action this week, but that WWE has stopped pushing them both for the time being.
This article discusses the injuries that resulted from a WWE Women’s Tag Team title match on the May 12 SmackDown and the vacating of the titles held by the injured wrestlers, Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez. It also reports that both Morgan and her tag team partner, Ruby Riott, were affected by a “very bad spot” in the match, and that WWE has stopped pushing them both until they are healed. important, it’s certainly unfortunate that both Dakota Kai and Liv Morgan had to suffer injuries.
Two NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions, Liv Morgan and Dakota Kai, suffered injuries in a match on May 12, with Morgan’s injury believed to be less serious than Kai’s. Sources reported to Fightful Select that Kai’s injury may be more serious and Liv Morgan may require surgery. Unfortunately, both women have been injured and the importance of the Women’s Tag Titles has been discussed. cagesideseats.com/wwe/2023/5/20/23731286/wwe-womens-tag-team-championship-curse-liv-morgan-injury-bayley-reaction-magic”>cagesideseats.com
Dakota Kai has reportedly suffered a torn ACL. Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer has confirmed her injury and she is scheduled for surgery tomorrow. Reports suggest that the injury occurred when Kai was trying to protect her injured tag team partner, Liv Morgan, from further injury. This injury is the latest in a series of injuries to befall the Women’s Tag Team Champions, causing some to speculate whether or not they are cursed. Reports also suggest that Kai had surgery for a torn ACL back in 2019. Liv Morgan has undergone shoulder surgery, while Dakota Kai’s injury is reportedly worse. Both professional wrestlers are expected to be out for a while. Learn more by reading the article at Cageside Seats and Pro Wrestling Sheet.