The Koloff Dynasty Want To Prove They’re A Top Tag Team
There is a dangerous tag team waiting to make an impact in wrestling, with a legendary manager in their corner. Neal Koloff, formerly known as Jeff Lewis Neal along with Aleksandr Koloff, the former Tyson Alexander Dean are now known as The Koloff Dynasty. They are of course led by Nikita Koloff, a man who has held many titles including the NWA National Heavyweight, United States and Tag Team Championships.
He might have retired from the ring in 1992 after being injured by Vader in WCW, but he never stopped showing up. Now, he’s taking two unknown indy wrestlers under his wing.
Neal & Aleksandr Speak On Working Under Koloff
During an interview with BodySlam.net writer Cassidy Haynes, they would speak about working under a legend like Koloff.
“We have been working with Nikita for over a year now and the knowledge that we have picked up from him, not just from a training perspective but a psychological perspective on the business and life itself has been really amazing. There’s only one place for us to go, and that’s to the top. We feel that with everything that Nikita has given us and taught us, we know that it’s also from Ivan. All we want to do is make the both of them proud and we know we will never let them down.”
They are looking to prove they are one of the best tag teams in the world, but they need a platform for this.
The Koloff Dynasty Needs A Home
While they seemed primed to join the National Wrestling Alliance starting at the 2020 Crockett Cup, the NWA has been all but shut down in the face of COVID-19. However, a promising team managed by a legend like Nikita Koloff could find a new home easily.
While All Elite Wrestling’s tag division is jam packed, there is always Impact Wrestling. They might have regained Motor City Machine Guns, and gained teams like Heath & Rhyno and The Good Brothers, another fresh team would further boost a lacking tag team division. Being involved at Talk’n Shop-A-Mania might help bridge the gap into Impact Wrestling.
There is all New Japan Pro Wrestling, who could use a throwback tag team for their tag division in the United States, though Koloff has little legacy in the promotion. Koloff worked for All Japan Pro Wrestling during overseas tours instead, and that wasn’t frequent either.
Where do you see The Koloff Dynasty going? Do any major promotions need this tag team? Let us know what you think in the comment section down below.
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