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Liv Morgan says WWE is 'in great hands' with Triple H running creative

Morgan also spoke about Vince McMahon's departure, Nick Khan, and Stephanie McMahon.
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Liv Morgan is confident that WWE is "in great hands" following the recent management changes stemming from Vince McMahon's departure. 

Morgan was interviewed by the Mirror on Monday shortly after news broke that Triple H had been named the new head of WWE creative. 

"We're excited. We're in great hands," she said.

Regarding Vince McMahon's departure from the company, Morgan said that it felt sudden but she's excited to be working with Nick Khan and Stephanie McMahon. 

"We all owe so much to Vince. So if he felt like it was time, then it was time. We're also excited to be working with Stephanie and Nick [Khan, the other co-CEO). Stephanie was born into this business, so there's literally no one better for the job than her," Morgan continued.

"We're all so excited and we're just ready to go to work. We're all just ready to take it to the next level."

Morgan won the SmackDown Women's Championship earlier this month at Money in the Bank in Las Vegas. She also spoke about what winning the title has meant to her.

"It was breath-taking to do something that I've been working my whole entire life for. It was fulfilling and just weird at the same time," she said. 

"The response from the fans and seeing how excited and happy they were just meant so much to me. I really wanted to give them something to believe in and I feel like throughout my career sometimes the fans believed in me so much when I felt like I wasn't giving them anything to believe in. So I really wanted to do that for them."

"My first ever accolade, my first ever big win. So it was just incredible."