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So after more than one year, Laycool finally broke up. I guess we were all waiting to see this in the end, and, as expected, Layla turned face in the process.
Despite being so annoying most of the times, we have to admit that they were the only relevant Divas on the show. They were involved in most Divas rivalries and they even dominated the division for a while.
And even though they teased their split more than one time, they always annoyed us by making up and going on with their gimmicks.
However, things began to change in their last month. McCool started saying that she's tired of Layla because she hasn't shown any improvement. Of course, I completely disagree with her, but I know that it was part of the storyline.
In the end, things blew between the BFFs as McCool finally attacked Layla, who was trying hard to keep their friendship alive.
After few encounters, including a match on Smackdown, the two agreed to meet in a no-disqualification and no-count-out match. McCool added a "loser leaves WWE" stipulation to make the match even more interesting. During this time, fans started getting behind Layla since she was one being oppressed in this rivalry.
Before the match, Layla apologized to the other Divas backstage and further pushed her face status. The Divas even wished her good luck.
After a somehow good match in Divas terms, Layla was able to win and keep her spot on the show. Her victory was met with a loud ovation by the fans.
It will be interesting to see what the British Diva will do now that she's on her own.
Before I go on, I'd like to note that my debut article was about Laycool's co-championship win. It was written nearly one year ago. Two months later, I wrote another article about them after chaos occurred between both Divas. In both articles I expected them to split soon—I never expected them to last this long.