Former WWE Tag Team To Reunite For Indy Tour

La Resistance lives on

Speaking on his Cafe de Rene podcast, former WWE star Rene Dupree revealed that he is looking to reform his La Resistance tag team with Sylvain Grenier for a prospective indy tour in the United States.

The French Phenom said: 

"We've reconnected [Sylvain & Rene]. I talk to him about once a month, and we're working on getting a permit for the United States and touring around doing a Résistance tour".

La Resistance debuted on Raw in the spring of 2003 and quickly won the WWE World Tag Team Titles. The win, at the time, made Dupree the youngest champion in WWE history (at nineteen years and six months old). 

His record was broken by Nicholas at WrestleMania 34.

Dupree and Grenier later added Rob Conway to their ranks, before Rene was drafted to SmackDown and subsequently formed another team with Kenzo Suzuki. 

La Resistance reunited for one match on the ECW brand in February of 2007. Plans for the team to return full-time were scrapped when Dupree entered WWE-sponsored rehab, before being released. 

La Resistance have intermittently teamed together on the independents since. Their last match as a team took place in the summer of 2019. 

H/T to POST Wrestling

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