Gionna Jene Daddio (born June 8, 1994) is an American professional wrestler and actress[5] currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the Raw brand under the ring name Liv Morgan.

In 2014, Daddio signed a contract with WWE and was assigned to the WWE Performance Center, later appearing in NXT under the Liv Morgan name. She was promoted to the main roster in 2017 and was paired with Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan to form the stable The Riott Squad. 

She was promoted to the main roster in 2017 and was paired with Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan to form the stable The Riott Squad. After the stable disbanded in 2019, Morgan became a singles competitor. After a few months of her singles run, she reunited with the returning Riott, who had been out of action for months with a shoulder injury, to reform the Riott Squad, now as a duo rather than a trio due to the release of Logan. Morgan and Riott performed together until Riott's release in 2021

At Saturday night's Money in the Bank pay-per-view, Liv Morgan picked up the biggest win of her career to date.

Morgan won the women's Money in the Bank ladder match, defeating Becky Lynch, Lacey Evans, Raquel Rodriguez, Alexa Bliss, Shotzi, and Asuka. The Money in the Bank briefcase guarantees Morgan a shot at the Raw or SmackDown Women's Championship at any point within the next year.

 However, following WrestleMania 34 in April 2018, brand-exclusive pay-per-views were again discontinued. While the eponymous match was originally only for male wrestlers, the 2017 event featured the first-ever women's version and the events since have featured two

It appeared that Lynch was poised to win the match after taking out Asuka and knocking over two ladders that Rodriguez, Shotzi, Evans, and Bliss were on. But Morgan set up a ladder next to the one Lynch was climbing and stopped her from retrieving the briefcase. Lynch tried to push over Morgan's ladder, but Morgan put her foot on the top rope and used it to get the ladder back in place. Morgan then knocked Lynch down and grabbed the briefcase.

The women’s Money in the Bank field consisted of Becky Lynch, Lacey Evans, Liv Morgan, Alexa Bliss, Raquel Rodriguez, Asuka and Shotzi. Whereas the men’s Money in the Bank field consisted of three frontrunners, the women’s field came with much more parity. Even though Becky Lynch led the field, listed at +150 to win, WWE’s storyline of Lynch’s mental lapses and string of losses made her a very risky and vulnerable favorite.

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Morgan was interviewed backstage after her Money in the Bank win. Morgan said she's never wanted anything more than to be champion. When asked if she's decided when and who she's going to cash in on, Morgan said WrestleMania is sounding pretty good -- but she just wants to celebrate for now.