Lay-Cool

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LayCool (sometimes stylised Lay-Cool or called Team LayCool) was a villainous professional wrestling tag team. The team worked for WWE and were featured primarily on the SmackDown brand but frequently appeared on the show Raw while they were champions and were also part of the second season of NXT, mentoring the male wrestler Kaval, who won the competition.

They first began teaming together in mid 2009 but did not become a proper team until the end of the year. The two were portrayed as narcissistic and vain bullies, constantly espousing their own perfection while ganging up on others and attacking their looks. They were a successful team, having won both women's titles available in WWE, the WWE Women's Championship (which they retired) and the WWE Divas Championship; both titles they claimed to hold as a tag team though this is not officially recognised. The group did court some controversy, however, receiving criticism from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter for what it considered the most disgusting promotional tactic regarding a storyline in which they criticised Mickie James' supposed weight issues.

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LayCool (sometimes stylised Lay-Cool or called Team LayCool) was a villainous professional wrestling tag team. The team worked for WWE and were featured primarily on the SmackDown brand but frequently appeared on the show Raw while they were champions and were also part of the second season of NXT, mentoring the male wrestler Kaval, who won the competition.

They first began teaming together in mid 2009 but did not become a proper team until the end of the year. The two were portrayed as narcissistic and vain bullies, constantly espousing their own perfection while ganging up on others and attacking their looks. They were a successful team, having won both women's titles available in WWE, the WWE Women's Championship (which they retired) and the WWE Divas Championship; both titles they claimed to hold as a tag team though this is not officially recognised. The group did court some controversy, however, receiving criticism from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter for what it considered the most disgusting promotional tactic regarding a storyline in which they criticised Mickie James' supposed weight issues.

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