There is no denying that IMPACT’s Knockouts division is growing leaps and bounds. With all the signings as of late it is leading many fans to believe that the Knockouts may eventually get to point of reviving the tag team championship. That title lasted roughly four years and retired in 2013.
Based on that theory, two new teams are forming for this week’s IMPACT. Knockouts newcomers Tasha Steelz and Kylie Rae have partnered themselves with two established women in the company. Steelz found someone who is just as badass as she is in The Hottest Flame Kiera Hogan.
Steelz recently made her in-ring debut against Rae which ended in a loss for her.
The two would bump into the other newly formed team of Kylie Rae and Susie. This is what has produced this upcoming tag team match between the four. It is unknown if these teams will stand the test of time, but it is clear that each Knockout finds a connection with who they are teaming with.
In addition to the possible rejuvenation of the tag team gold, another team has come forth. Known as the Killer Death Machines on the indie scene, they have announced their partnership in IMPACT. For several weeks since she was seen at Rebellion, Nevaeh has been watching Havok from afar.
Havok has been dealt with losses since. This past week, however, Nevaeh finally made moves as she interrupted during Havok’s match with Kimber Lee. The two would celebrate their unity that is widely known on the indie circuit. They are currently the Guardians of Rise Champions for the RISE promotion.
What do you make of the upcoming tag team match between Kiera Hoga & Tasha Steelz vs. Susie & Kylie Rae? Do you think these teams will stick together and that we may be seeing a start of the return to the tag team championship?
What are your thoughts? Leave them below and follow up with Diva Dirt after this week’s IMPACT to see how the Knockouts continue to progress.