Liv Morgan believes the dancers of Raw Underground aren't taking the women's evolution a step back.
Morgan was one who actually wanted to see the dancers return this week when they ultimately did not, even going to Twitter to ask for the dancers back next week. Afterwards, someone commented to Morgan that they felt the dancers were a step backwards in WWE's women's evolution. Morgan argues that it doesn't, writing on Twitter that having women proudly dancing doesn't change anything and wants all women to feel empowered.
We have come so so far in the evolution.. And with no signs of slowing down I don't think it is in any danger. Showing beautiful women proudly dancing (believe it or not, huge money making profession --)doesn't hurt anything. Empower all women https://t.co/rcuuyhiVbU— LIV Morgan (@YaOnlyLivvOnce) August 11, 2020
Elsewhere, Vanessa Borne said she would love to manage the dancers, something that Morgan agrees would be great.
Even better, let me manage these ladies.— VANESSA BORNE (@VanessaBorneWWE) August 12, 2020
I know a thing or two about 8 counts and body movement.. https://t.co/1BqXeNh7wf
Although there weren't dancers on Raw Underground this week, there was still a female presence with Shayna Baszler making an appearance.