WWE Monday Night RAW Recap: Liv Morgan Suffers Injury During Tag Match

During the Sept. 24 episode of WWE's Monday Night RAW, Liv Morgan of the Riott Squad suffered an unidentified injury during a six-woman tag match after taking a kick to the head from Brie Bella.

The match was between Morgan, Sarah Logan and Ruby Riott, and Natalya and the Bella Twins when early on in the bout Brie went to deliver Yes! Kicks to the blue-tongued firecracker. After a few kicks to the chest, Brie inadvertently struck Morgan in the head twice causing Liv to collapse.

It was apparent that something was wrong and Brie helped her through the sequence and got Liv to her corner so she can be tagged out.

Oops. Brie Bella just legitimately kicked Liv Morgan in the face#RAW pic.twitter.com/XWH0Zxv7Ab

— GIFSkull - The Original - ANTI-DMCA - #Verzuz (@GIFSkull) September 25, 2018

Dr. Chris Amann was seen tending to Liv Morgan on the outside, as Sarah Logan and Ruby Riott continued the match. Shortly after the incident, Morgan returned to the ring to help perform a six-woman suplex before rolling out.

Monday Night RAW would go to commercial and when it returned, play-by-play commentary Michael Cole explained that Morgan was sent to the back to be checked on. Ruby Riott and Sara Logan would continue the fight in a handicap match, and eventually win.

Later that evening, Brie Bella would release a statement on Twitter to let Liv Morgan know that she was thinking of her.

"Every match on #Raw is an opportunity for us to entertain our fans. Our intentions as WWE Superstars is to win the match, never injure our opponents. Thinking about @YaOnlyLivvOnce tonight," the tweet read.

Every match on #Raw is an opportunity for us to entertain our fans. Our intentions as @WWE Superstars is to win the match, never injure our opponents. Thinking about @YaOnlyLivvOnce tonight. ❤️ -B

— Nikki & Brie (@BellaTwins) September 25, 2018

While it appeared that Liv Morgan suffered a concussion in the match, it hasn't been confirmed by the WWE or other sources. We will update the story once more information is provided.