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Natalya vs. Liv Morgan
The bell rings, and they shake hands before Natalya takes her down with a headlock takeover. Morgan tries to turn her over for a pin, but only gets a two count. Morgan applies a head-scissor, but Natalya kips up and bounces around the ring. They lock up, and Natalya rolls her up for a one count. Natalya sarcastically claps for her. Natalya tells her to show her what she’s got. Natalya gets away from a lock up and goes for a handshake, but Morgan slaps the hand away. Natalya counters a takedown, but Morgan hooks a side headlock. Natalya gets out and goes for a clothesline, but Morgan bends. Morgan kicks her in the thigh before sending her to the corner. Morgan hits a running back elbow before sending her to the corner. Natalya avoids a second elbow and slams her on her tailbone. Natalya steps on her head and hits a low dropkick for a near fall.
Natalya sends her to the corner, but Morgan goes for a slingshot. Natalya catches her and puts her on the apron. Natalya then kicks her in the face. Natalya then takes her down on the apron with a discus clothesline. Morgan falls to the floor. Natalya gets her back in the ring. Natalya hits a snap suplex and does a surfboard stretch. Natalya stretches her, but Morgan won’t give up. Natalya sends her to the corner, but Morgan counters into a roll-up for a near fall. Natalya goes for a tailbone slam, but Morgan hits a double knee facebuster for a two count. Morgan dropkicks her in the back and gets out of a roll-up attempt. Natalya quickly hits a wheelbarrow facebuster for a near fall. Natalya sets up for a Sharpshooter, but Morgan counters into a roll-up for a two count. Morgan quickly hits a step-up enzuigiri. Natalya avoids a clothesline and rolls her up. They trade roll-ups before Morgan gets the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Liv Morgan
— WWE (@WWE) April 5, 2020
Blah match with Natalya and Liv Morgan. Commentators seemed tired, so there was a lot of empty air. Did this match need to happen? Probably not. #WrestleMania
— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) April 5, 2020