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Now that is awesome. Wrestlers are a lot of things at once but for many fans, they are nothing short of heroes. You can find fans who absolutely love the wrestlers they cheer for every week and it can be a special moment if one of them ever gets to meet a star. That was the situation this week in one of the cooler things that you will see in wrestling for a good while.

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This week on SmackDown, Rhea Ripley defeated Liv Morgan. Following the match, a Morgan fan was seen crying at ringside. The fan, a nine year old girl, was then brought backstage where she was able to meet Morgan. The two hugged, with Morgan telling her that she couldn’t leave a fan crying out there like that after a match. Morgan also said when the girl turned eighteen, they could become the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions.

That was great. Check out the meeting, the match and one of Morgan’s best career moments:

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Opinion: Is there anything better in wrestling than something like that? This took all of a few minutes for Morgan but for the girl, it was probably one of the coolest things that she has ever done. Seeing Morgan lose crushed her but Morgan herself was there to pick things back up. Wrestlers do not always get the respect that they deserve, but something like this should earn Morgan quite a bit of praise.

What did you think of the clip? What is next for Morgan in WWE? Let us know in the comments below.

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