Triple H Mocks Dominik Mysterio’s Looks Amidst Liv Morgan Storyline

The storyline between Liv Morgan and Dominik Mysterio went to a whole different level after Morgan kissed Mysterio a few weeks ago. Many fans feel Mysterio has a lot of charisma since he was involved with both Morgan and Rhea Ripley in their respective storylines. With that said, Triple H mocked Mysterio’s looks recently as well.

Over the past few weeks, Liv Morgan has persistently pursued Dominik and this kept on intensifying on each subsequent episode of Monday Night RAW, especially when she wore ‘Dirty Dom’ t-shirt.

While speaking on the Pat McAfee show, Triple H shared his thoughts on Liv Morgan’s current storyline with Dominik Mysterio. Triple H decided to take a shot at Dominik Mysterio’s looks as he stated that Mysterio doesn’t look like the kind of person women would necessarily like, but acknowledged he has good hair.

“And Dom, when you look at him, it’s not like you look at Dom and go like, this is the guy that all the chicks dig. He does have good hair though.”



Dominik Mysterio also finally approved of Liv Morgan wearing his t-shirt. Nonetheless, it remains to be seen how WWE will continue to book Morgan and Mysterio’s storyline in the coming weeks as fans are definitely invested in what will happen next.

Are you in agreement with what Triple H had to say about Dominik Mysterio? Let us know in the comments section below!

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