Impact Wrestling Preview (8/11) – No Disqualification – Havok and Naveah vs. Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz
This is one of the matches Impact Wrestling Preview is really looking forward to watching.
Over the last few weeks, Nevaeh and Havok lost their singles matches when one or the other wasn’t there to stop either Kiera Hogan or Tasha Steelz from interfering.
Still, both Nevaeh and Havok nearly pulled out the wins, so it was only a matter of time until these four amazing competitors faced each other in a tag team match.
Fear is a powerful influencer
From the very start, Hogan and Steelz seemed intimidated by Nevaeh and Havok, as they backed down every chance they could until they were faced by them in the ring.
Their matches quickly became must see as Steelz and Hogan stood their ground and gave about as good as they got.
But two weeks ago was different as we got to see a fun tag team match until Hogan hit Havok with a steel chair.
Unfazed, Havok continued to dish out her brand of mayhem, hitting with the piledriver that was the reason for the steel chair’s introduction.
This brings up the question as to how will Steelz and Hogan pull out a win tonight.
It definitely won’t be easy, and we expect Nevaeh and Havok to walk out with a much deserved win given their history with Steelz and Hogan.
To be honest, this has been an awesome feud and has spurred talks about the Knockouts Tag Team Championship to be reactivated.
For that to happen, we think Havok and Nevaeh need to win this one.
The fact it’s no disqualification should help them in that, as they’ll be able to tap into their dark sides. But so will Steelz and Hogan. This is going to be a fun one.
Impact Wrestling’s Knockouts division is arguable the best in the business, so it’s only fair they bring back their tag team championships.
It’s safe to say these two teams will be the backbone of the tag team division, but we expect that Impact is working to add more talent.
We think they’ll do this through signing more talent or doing cross promotions with AEW (All Elite Wrestling) or OVW (Ohio Valley Wrestling).
New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) is another possibility as the professional wrestling world is starting to look like a version of the old territory system in rising out of the ashes.
This will lead to plenty of opportunities for new matchups and cross promotion, and give us a whole new experience to watch and enjoy.
The groundwork has been laid, and Havok, Nevaeh and Steelz and Hogan are on the cusp of an awesome moment, and Impact Wrestling Preview can’t wait to see what happens.
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