WWE Money in a Bank 2015: Worst Matches in History of PPV
June 5, 2015 - WWE
Layla was in a center of a biggest run of her career, one-half of a LayCool group with Michelle McCool that would go on to browbeat women’s wrestling for good over a year during a spin of a decade.
WWE’s answer to Mean Girls, they frequently poked fun at, ridiculed and flustered their associate Divas.
At Money in a Bank 2010, they attempted to do a same to Kelly Kelly, who they referred to as “Smelly” as if they were in second class again.
Kelly, a many renouned Diva in a company, had spent a whole initial half of 2010 traffic with a dishonourable twin and during a Jul pay-per-view was hellbent on delivering a blow they could not redeem from by holding a Divas’ championship.
With Tiffany by her side, it looked like a once-impossible could finally happen.
But it did not.
Kelly and Layla wrestled an awful match, one that would not even fly on Raw or SmackDown, en track to a British-born champion’s successfully influence of her title.
A black symbol on a careers of both ladies, there was no in-ring chemistry and too most daze during ringside involving McCool and Tiffany, while Kelly was not scarcely prepared for a run during a title.