Liv Morgan Wants USA Network To Kill Her Off

Liv Morgan sends a deathly request to WWE's Raw network...

Liv Morgan

Liv Morgan wants USA Network to kill her off.

On Chucky.

Not WWE Raw.


Speaking with Complex, Morgan talked about the Chucky-inspired attire she wore to face Carmella on the 25 October episode of Raw, saying that she has always enjoyed the demonic doll character:-

"Well, I’ve always loved Chucky. I’ve done a lot of different interviews and podcasts pertaining to horror movies and some just Chucky specifically. I’ve always loved the movie. I’ve always been a fan. I’ve been so excited for the new Chucky series on USA Network. I love it. I don’t know if you watched it?"

Liv continued, diving deeper into the show:-

"The tone, the themes. They’re so good and it gives you that old school, typical Chucky vibe that you love. It kind of gives you a little bit of everything with the current-day theme. It’s really cool. You should try to catch up whenever you can. But yeah, I’ve always loved Chucky and because of the series, I thought it’d be cool to do Chucky-themed gear, which led into my Halloween costume. It’s been a theme of events."

The current Raw Women's Title contender then said that while she is currently focused on chasing Becky Lynch above all else, she'd love to dip her toes into acting at some stage, with being killed off on Chucky's second USA Network season seemingly on her to-do list:-

"It’s something I thought about more recently than ever. I’m definitely interested. I feel whenever the timing’s right, the perfect opportunity will appear. Right now, I’m so focused on my work in WWE and winning that RAW Women’s Championship, but I definitely have goals for the future. I’d love to be in Season 2 of Chucky. I’d love to be killed off in a little cameo."

Chucky's eight-episode USA Network run concludes on 30 November. Whether or not a second season will be announced remains up in the air.


Morgan, meanwhile, lives on on Raw every week.

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