After last night’s Extreme Rules one of the surprises to come out of Chicago that night was the return of Layla. Not only did she return, but she became the new Divas champion by defeating Nikki Bella. This week is a Layla edition of “Remember When?”
Do you remember when Extreme Expose ruled the ECW scene?
It was back in January 2007, after Kelly Kelly had broken up with her boyfriend Mike Knox, she announced that she was bringing back her striptease segment called “Kelly’s Expose.” When she came down to the ring, she brought along some friends. Those friends were (then 2006 Diva search winner) Layla and Brooke (TNA’s Miss Tessmaucher). For the next few months these lovely ladies would grace ECW with their presence and show off some dancing for the audience.
The groups foundation would begin to crack once the Miz came to ECW via the 2007 WWE Draft. The Miz ended up buying Extreme Expose’s contracts, they became his valets, and Kelly started to become distant from the group. They would officially disband when Brooke got released in November 2007.
Now that Layla is back in WWE and is now the Divas champion, the question is what’s in store for the champ? I guess we’ll have to wait and see.
Here’s the debut of Extreme Expose
Wish the show would have been called something different. I also hope NXT loses the “Redemption” sub-title and become a third brand which is already is with Regal bringing in new FCW talent.
WWEECW was really…weird. On Are You Serious? They showed a video of the Zombie character they had in order to appease SyFy network. His mic skills consisted of making zombie noises.
Yeah I remember.
Extreme Pose was…hot, lol.
Damn PG era.
I always thought Luna Vachon would be a really crazy bang. Not saying I was interested obviously but….she seemed unstable.
Highlight of the fake ECW for me like. This and Mike Knox’ beard.
I do…I remember how much I didn’t like it lol.
Mike Knox reminded me of Marc Mero trying to cover up Sable every week.
Ah yes, Extreme Pose—the longest running filler on ECW. Nothing like watching girls dance off beat when something more meaningful could’ve been in their time slot.