by Neil Murray

ICW Originals Kid Fite and Liam Thomson have become a legendary tag team in the UK wrestling industry, but cracks are now beginning to appear within the duo known collectively as Fight Club.

The experienced pair haven't been on the same page as of late, which is reflected in their run of four straight defeats in ICW – a fact that has hampered their tag team title aspirations.

The situation came to a head at the climax of their loss to The Bucky Boys at Flava In Yer Ear, when they had a public falling out culminating in a shoving match which almost developed into full blown warfare.

The duo started off white hot in ICW when they began pairing up in November of 2010, though they had been teaming already for two years at that point elsewhere.

In fact, they had such good cohesion by the time they debuted their team in ICW, they were impossible to beat and started life off with wins against Chris Rampage & Davey Blaze, The Official Community, The Superior Talent Initiative and Visage.

It was an undefeated streak which panned almost two years until they lost in the Tag Team Title Tournament to The STI's Dickie Divers and William Grange – the eventual winners of the belts.

However, 2013 has been anything but kind to 28-year-old Glaswegian Kid Fite and Edinburgh-based 'Bad Boy' Thomson, 27.

Last month, they lost tag team gold in England to the legendary Steiner Brothers, which has added more fuel to the fire and their inability to capture the ICW Tag Team Titles has caused much frustration in the camp.

The very fact Fight Club have shown they can hold their own against World Class talent like The Steiners, The Young Bucks, Kevin Nash & Road Dogg and Beer Money shows the capabilities they have as a unit.

The big question now must be where they go from here. Both are accomplished singles wrestlers and currently hold a Heavyweight Title each in Scotland. However, should the two decide to stick it out as a team, they are capable of mounting a serious title challenge to The Bucky Boys. Only time will tell in these particular circumstances.