Angry Liv Morgan Girl trends due to WWE Raw, Liv comments

Dec 7, 2021 - by Marc Middleton

“Liv Girl” or “Angry Liv Girl” has been trending worldwide on Twitter after last night’s WWE RAW main event, which saw RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch retain her title over Liv Morgan.

A young fan was shown cheering for Liv during the Morgan vs. Lynch match, apparently with her father in the crowd. She was later shown looking sad or disappointed after Morgan lost the match, and that immediately led to comparisons to Miz Girl on Twitter.

Morgan responded to video of the young fan and wrote, “I love her”

WWE United States Champion Damian Priest also commented on the young fan.

“That little girl cheering for @YaOnlyLivvOnce is every. And all of us,” he wrote.

The “Angry Liv Girl” is being compared to “Angry Miz Girl” from 2010. Those memes were born after The Miz cashes in his Money In the Bank briefcase to win the WWE Title from Randy Orton on the November 22, 2010 RAW show. After the win, the camera panned the crowd to catch fan reactions, and the reaction of a 10 year old girl stood out. The fan named Caley would go on to win the 2010 Slammy Award for WWE Universe Fan Reaction of the Year, and become a fan of The Miz.

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4 Responses

  1. Michael V says:

    Sounds like her dad coached her well to be able to get onto TV like this. “Here, make a face so that we can get you trending on social media…”

  2. What? says:

    Or…and hear me out here…a company that’s been producing television for decades knows when and at what angles to have the cameras going to try to recapture an 11-year-old meme. Between a father taking his daughter to a wrestling show and a company rolling in profits but releasing stars left and right to “cut costs,” whose motives are likely to be less pure?

  3. Michael V says:

    Or… ringside crew in cahoots with dad. This way WWE gets something trending, dad’s kid has something to pathetically show friends fifteen years from now. Al Bundy Syndrome kicks in. Do you remember who I used to be for, like, five seconds (which have already long since expired).

  4. What? says:

    Yeah, I’m not getting Braun Strowman “tag partner” vibes off this one. But to quote Hillary Clinton in a much more appropriate context than the original one, “what difference, at this point, does it make.”

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