|By Marc Middleton | July 15, 2012 | Comments|
Layla, Kaitlyn and Tamina Snuka vs. Beth Phoenix, Natalya and Eve Torres
We go to the ring and out first comes the WWE Divas Champion Layla followed by her partners Kaitlyn and Tamina Snuka. Their opponents are out next - Beth Phoenix, Natalya and Eve Torres.
Natalya starts off with Tamina and they go at it. Natalya drops her with a shoulder and poses. They run the ropes and Tamina slams Natalya then hits a clothesline. Kaitlyn tags in and hits a backbreaker on Natalya for a 2 count. Natalya runs to the corner and hugs Beth before tagging her in. Beth and Kaitlyn meet in the middle of the ring. Beth slaps her. Kaitlyn slaps back and Eve is tagged in. Kaitlyn drops Eve and then hits Natalya. Kaitlyn with a crossbody on Eve for a 2 count. Kaitlyn runs into an elbow and Eve drops her coming out of the corner. Eve with a 1 count. Eve with a headlock now. Beth comes back in to work on Kaitlyn some more. Beth runs and leaps at Kaitlyn but she moves. Layla tags in and goes at it with Beth. Beth with a crossbody out of the corner for a 2 count. Beth ducks a kick and presses Layla high over her head. Layla slides down for a roll up but Natalya breaks it. Kaitlyn comes in and takes out Natalya. All 6 Divas are going at it now. It comes down to Tamina superkicking Beth. Layla takes advantage and drops Beth for the win.
Winners Layla, Kaitlyn and Tamina
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