Two-WWE Women’s Titles, what’s up with that?
Sure, the WWE Divas Title is pointless because there are not enough solid women wrestlers to give proper attention to two singles belts. But the two WWE Women’s Titles in question are the ones worn by Layla-El and Michelle McCool over on SmackDown.
Then-Women’s Champion Beth Phoenix was pinned by Layla-El during a handicap match on SmackDown. Later on, Michelle McCool named herself the co-Women’s Champion because by virtue of the handicap rules the team of Lay-Cool defeated Beth Phoenix as a unit, thus becoming dual-WWE Women Champions. Moreover, thanks to the influence of “SmackDown’s Special Consultant” Vickie Guerrero, Lay-Cool have been able to take turns on defending the titles: Layla-El against Kelly-Kelly at WWE’s Money in the Bank PPV, and Michelle McCool against Tiffany on SmackDown.
But the fun and games are finally over because SmackDown’s General Manager Teddy Long have given Lay-Cool an ultimatum: either decide who the Women’s Champion is; or be prepared for him to decide for them.
TNA Knockout Tag Team Titles. what’s up with that?
Madison Rayne and Velvet Sky defeated the teams of Sarita and Taylor Wilde and Angelina Love and Tara in a three-way match to win the vacant-TNA Knockout Tag Team Championship. Lacey Von Erich was also recognized as a champion with the three defending the titles under the Freebird rule. But against who?
Angelina Love is on a quest to become TNA Knockout Champion, while Tara may-or may not-be gone from TNA. Taylor Wilde and Sarita split, with Sarita turning heel, while Wilde remained a fan favorite. Hamada is left without a partner as Awesome Kong was released from TNA due to a dispute with Bubba The Love Sponge. The only possible teams that Von Erich and Sky could defend their championships against are make-shift ones amongst: Daffney, Hamada, Sarita, and Taylor Wilde. Other than that, the TNA Knockout Tag Team Titles are worthless.