FIFA World Cup, USA vs Wales: What message does WWE Liv Morgan give ahead of the Group B match?

USA vs Wales is the next match in the FIFA World Cup 2022, and several WWE Superstars including Liv Morgan sent messages to support their team. The former SmackDown Women’s Champion, who hails from New Jersey, is naturally an ardent USMNT fan.

The Miracle Kid signed with WWE in 2014. Three years later he found main roster success as part of the Riott Squad, with his faith paying off in a major way.

Liv Morgan won the SmackDown Women’s Championship at Money in the Bank 2022. She is currently on her road to redemption against Ronda Rousey, who defeated her for the title at the Extreme Rules premium live event.

Morgan occasionally breaks character on social media. World Cup Week 1 was no exception as she returned to her bubbly, bright personality to address the men’s team. His prediction for the USA v Wales match, although repetitive, clearly expresses his belief:

Xavier Woods joins Liv Morgan in chanting. Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair, Bobby Lashley and Ricochet also showed their support for the USA, while other superstars supported their home countries.

Ridge Holland and Butch love England, while Bobby Roode believes Canada will win their first FIFA World Cup this year.

Ludwig Kaiser discusses in depth why Germany will lift its fifth cup. Rey Mysterio and Raquel Rodriguez supported their native Mexico, while Asuka gave a thumbs up to Japan.

The 2022 edition of the FIFA World Cup began in Qatar on 20 November and will end on 18 December. The hosts lost to Ecuador by two goals in the opening match on Sunday.

When will the USA vs Wales in FIFA World Cup 2022 start?
USA vs Wales 2022 FIFA World Cup Group B match will take place today at 2PM Eastern, 1PM Central and 11AM Pacific at the Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium. The USMNT is back on the main stage in 2018 after missing the previous edition.

The United States are favorites for victory against the Welsh national team, with both sides keen to take points at the FIFA World Cup after England’s 6-2 victory over Iran today. However, their recent record against European opponents is poor.

The North American side, however, is undefeated in head-to-head games against Wales. They have played twice, with the former winning one match and the other ending in a draw.

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