Top female WWE star Liv Morgan has been dubbed the “meanest nice girl” after posting Artificial Intelligence-generated images of her in different get-ups for fake high school yearbook photos.

Morgan, 29, has been missing from WWE shows for the last few months due to suffering a shoulder injury. And it has left fans clamouring for her, as she is arguably one of the most popular stars in the company.

In her latest Instagram post, Morgan showed what appear to her from several alternate universes, with a series of AI-generated images of potential high school yearbook photos. Captioning them “here's to the senior yearbook photos I never took”, the images shows a very young-looking Morgan dressed in a range of different outfits, from a school uniform to 90s beanie hat and t-shirt attire, to gym gear with dark brown hair, and even biker chick clothes.

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Fans, as would be expected, loved it, with one calling her the “meanest nice girl ever”. Another wrote: “Some of these are giving cruel intentions vibes.”

And even WWE colleagues waded in, with Kayla Braxton telling Morgan that the pictures of her as a brunette were “vibeee”, while Natalya called her a “little beauty”. However, long time on-screen rival Sonya Deville – also currently out with a long term injury – simply put: “Babahahahahha.”

Morgan, whose real name is Gionna Daddio, told the Daily Star last year of her love of British wrestling fans. She said: “The UK crowd is the best – the best. The best chants, I'm so ready to hear the chants – they're so funny, so great and they crack me up.

“Sometimes they're a little bit vulgar and a little bit mean, but I'm so here for it and I love it.”

Since debuting in WWE's NXT brand in 2014 under the name of Marley, Liv has always been a fan favourite. Her time in NXT was spent mainly as an underdog who the fans constantly rooted for, and it remain the same when she joined the main WWE roster as part of The Riott Squad in 2017.

But it was when the group – which featured current All Elite Wrestling star Ruby Soho (then Ruby Riott) and Sarah Logan – split in 2019 that she grew into her own, becoming WWE Smackdown Women's Champion once, and holding the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships on two occasions with Raquel Rodriguez by her side.

She was ranked as the 17th best female wrestler in the world by Pro Wrestling Insider in 2022.

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