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Dominik Mysterio Reacts To Latest Liv Morgan Encounter

Dominik Mysterio is confused about his latest encounter with Liv Morgan.

The pair had quite the encounter on this week’s episode of Raw, in multiple segments. She visited him in the Judgement Day clubhouse, leaving him her hotel room key. Liv Morgan called the younger Mysterio a “Gorgeous man”, before leaving him witht he rest of the group.

She also said she wouldn’t be “afraid to call him Daddy”, which was a clear shot at Rhea Ripley.

Liv Morgan then interfered in Dominik Mysterio’s match later in the show. She was knocked off the apron, landing on Dominik and sitting on top of him, before brawling with Zelina Vega.

The storyline between the two is heating up. She previously admitted to wanting to take everything from Rhea Ripley, which includes Dominik Mysterio. He is resistant to her charms, and has expressed his confusion about the events on Raw in a recent Twitter post.

The former WWE Tag Team Champion posted a GIF on Twitter of Gordon Ramsay shouting “What the fuck is going on?”. He added the caption “#LifeOfDirtyDom”, which a heavy implication that he was addressing Liv Morgan.

Dominik Mysterio is clearly uncomfortable with Liv Morgan’s tactics, but appears to be coming round a bit. He was not thrilled with her liking every single one of his Instagram photos, and the storyline will likely end up with an explosive match against Rhea Ripley at some point down the line.

Liv Morgan: Being Killed By Chucky Was A Dream Come True

Dominik Mysterio isn’t the only man in Liv Morgan’s life. Chucky the doll is a big part of it too, as hse is a huge fan of the horror film character. She appeared on the Chucky TV show in the second season.

Liv Morgan spoke with Chris Van Vliet about her appearance on the show. She shared that she loves Chucky and had WWE reach out to the creator to get her a role on the show.

“I never thought, ever in my life, that I would get to be on the Chucky series and get murdered by Chucky so gruesomely. It was such a pipe dream come true, something that I genuinely did not think could ever conceivably happen. And it was so graphic, I didn’t even think we’d allow it to happen.”

“I grew up just loving Chucky. Like I loved wrestling, I love Chucky, and so I saw that they were working on a series and asked WWE, ‘Do you think we can reach out and see if there’s any kind of way that I can be involved, even if it’s just like being on set and just watching?’ WWE reached out to Don Mancini, the creator of Chucky, and I had a Zoom call with him that week. He wrote me into the show, and it was just as easy as that. I had such a great experience; they treated me like family. It was cool. I love Chucky. We have a great relationship despite the murder.”