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WrestleMania 10 Diva Tag Team Match Made Official

The WWE Divas were officially been added to the WrestleMania card tonight as WWE.com posted an official preview of the match. Yesterday, the information leaked after programs for the show began circulating at Axxess.

Read the preview below:

Nine of the most talented Divas from Raw and SmackDown — and Vickie Guerrero — will collide on The Grandest Stage of Them All when Mickie James, Kelly Kelly, Eve, Gail Kim & Beth Phoenix team up to take on Women’s Champion Michelle McCool, Divas Champion Maryse, Layla, Alicia Fox & Vickie at WrestleMania.

The seeds of this multi-Diva melee were planted as far back as Feb. 26 when Vickie helped McCool defeat Mickie to reclaim the Women’s Championship on SmackDown. From there, the egotistical Consultant continued to ally herself with the duo of LayCool while irrtiating every Diva on the SmackDown roster. The biggest offensive, however, came two weeks ago on Raw when McCool, Layla and Vickie made an uninvited appearance on Monday night and brutally attacked Gail, Eve and Kelly.

Vickie’s tyrannical behavior continued as she challenged Beth Phoenix to a match on Smackdown. Of course, the WWE Universe found out she had a trick up her sleeve when she announced the bout was now a 5-on-1 Handicap Match. Thanks to the help of McCool, Layla, Alicia & Maryse, Guerrero was able to do the inconceivable and pin The Glamazon.

Vickie would not get away that easily, though. After Mickie, Gail, Eve and Kelly came to Beth’s aid, the powerful SmackDown Diva was able to get her hands on Guerrero and tear her pants off. As the SmackDown Consultant waddled up the entrance ramp in her “Excuse Me” undies, the WWE Universe exploded with laughter, but everyone knew her sinister mind was already plotting a comeback.

With tempers raging in the Divas locker room, the WWE Universe can expect fireworks when these sexy, smart and powerful women step in the ring on Sunday, only on pay-per-view.

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