Liv Morgan Discusses What She Sees Herself Doing After Wrestling

Liv Morgan talks life after wrestling.

Morgan is enjoyed her best career year in WWE having won the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship at WWE Money in the Bank and now finding herself as the new Queen of Extreme. While her in-ring run doesn't appear to be winding down, she has plenty of avenues to explore after wrestling.

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"I have not started a business, but I have enrolled in classes to eventually become a realtor, eventually a broker, have my own brokerage," said Morgan on Twin Talk with Haley & Hanna Cavinder. "It definitely took a backseat to my training. I'm having a quarter life crisis of 'I'm not doing enough with my life,' so I picked up all these things. Real estate was one of them and I still want to follow through and finish with that, but I also opened up a soap business, and that's doing really well, and I have a lot of fun with that. I've been taking acting classes, I've been auditioning a lot, and have kind of being dipping my hands in all these little pots to see what I can do."

Asked what she sees for herself after her in-ring career is over, Liv said, "Immediately, day after retirement, I'd like to be doing movies. I've been lucky enough to have some opportunities within WWE. I was in Chucky season two and I got killed by Chucky, which was a dream and amazing. It was so cool. I never get starstruck over anyone, but when I saw Chucky, I was so starstruck. I was able to participate in this movie called The Kill Room with Uma Thurman and Samuel L Jackson, which has yet to be released. I've had these opportunities, luckily while I've had WWE and their platform. Hopefully, one day, if I ever part ways, I mean, I will wrestle forever, I kind of have my foot in the door with acting, a little bit, and I hope to be able to do more of that. Then, my soap business, I have to expand that. Real estate is always in the back of my mind and that's something I hope I can full on at the end of the day, regardless of any of these things."

No official release date has been given for "The Kill Room." Fans can learn more about Liv Morgan's soap business by clicking here.

Morgan is currently on the WWE SmackDown roster and is aligned with Tegan Nox. They will challenge Damage CTRL (IYO SKY & Dakota Kai) for the WWE Women's Tag Team Titles on Friday's WWE SmackDown. Fightful will have live coverage of WWE SmackDown beginning at 8 p.m. ET on Friday.

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