WWE: 10 Bold Predictions for Kelly Kelly's Divas Championship Reign

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WWE: 10 Bold Predictions for Kelly Kelly's Divas Championship Reign

Kelly Kelly was signed to a contract with WWE in 2006 and debuted on the ECW brand in June 2008. Her initial character was a flirtatious, naïve women who performed strip teases for the audience on a weekly basis. This segment was known as Kelly’s exposure. Eventually she was joined by Layla and Brooke Adams and the segment was renamed Extreme Exposure. Many fans did not expect Kelly to become much in her WWE career.

During the 2008 WWE draft Kelly was moved to the Raw roster on July 7th. She went on to feud with Beth Phoenix and Jillian Hall whilst on the Raw roster. In 2009 she won a battle royal to determine the number-one contender for the WWE Divas championship but was unsuccessful in her championship match against Maryse.   

Kelly later went on to be drafted to the SmackDown brand in 2010. She often teamed up with Tiffany and wrestled against the duo of Laycool. In November 2010 Kelly become the mentor for WWE Next rookie Naomi who went on to become the runner up of the series, but it was her rivalry with Vicki Guerrero in 2011 that got the fans talking about her. Kelly started showing passion, desire and determination, and the fans noticed.  

She was then drafted back to Raw as a part of the 2011 WWE supplemental draft. Kelly Kelly went on to win the Divas Championship on the June 20 edition of Raw when the fans voted for her to face the then champion Brie Bella. It was announced on Raw that Kelly will defend her championship against Brie Bella at the Pay-Per-View Money in the Bank on July 17th. Could Kelly’s reign as champion be cut short or will she go on to reign the championship for several months? In this slideshow I will make ten bold predictions for the current Divas champion. 

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