For any wrestling fan, one of the most important things to have is an inspiration. When he first witnessed a wrestling match on television, it was the day when he decides to make goals for his life. And ever since then, the Russian pro wrestler Kozlov has worked day and night to attain the status of a wrestling champion that he has longed to live for.
However, one of the most noticeable facts that most of the fans aren't aware of the pro wrestlers that are Russian is that for them, wrestling is not only about the game and sport that most of the youngsters look forward to attaining but it is an inbuilt passion that drives within their blood. And therefore, ever since, Victor Romanoff wrestler has aimed to become one of the best in the business. Their passion for achieving the extraordinary has driven in his veins and blood, you could see that in his build-up, his dedication to the sport, and his overall performance.
The Russian wrestler has a distinct style when it comes to his hammer and unique sickle haircut, which describes his style and passion for getting recognition in the sport. He's a true Russian in his looks, attitude, and his unique Russian character. Moreover, he is not among those who have come to the ring without any prior training and learning background. Instead, he has trained himself in martial arts and fighting he is one of those people who have promised themselves to excel against all the odds and, therefore, has dedicated a long term of his career and his lifelong dream to the world of wrestling.
He belongs to a native Russian family who doesn't have any background n wrestling. But from the street of Moscow to the rings of America, all the long-distance that he traveled comes with lots of passion and dedication to the sport that could easily be witnessed in the ring when he is a part of any match.
A little background for the Pavel Kozlov, a Russian who belonged to the family of professors both his mom and dad were into teaching, and therefore, nobody could have dreamt about Kozlov choosing a different profession that requires not only extreme physical and mental fitness but also required great sustenance to the job. He was only 14 when he dreamt about beginning to fight, and that was a career-defining move as he saw and got awe-struck with the fighting and cheering of fans, the entrance of the stars, and last but not least, the immense pleasure that one takes in fighting and bringing the opponent down to his knees.
When it comes to wrestling in Russian, this was not one of the sports that most of the Russian were into, and therefore, they didn't realize that there were not training institutes, no schools for learning wrestling, and therefore, Kozlov has nothing permanent to learn from. He switched on to television which turned out to be only and the best resource available at that time, and therefore, he would record the wrestling matches and watch them over and over them again to learn, enact and inhibit the training skills and moves of the wrestling stars that was showcased on television.
His passion continued, and he channeled it on different platforms where he learned about kickboxing at the night training schools, switched to night clubs, took karate classes, and get hold of as much learning, training, and practicing experience as much as possible. Wrestling came to him naturally while he developed the skill of fighting and different forms of self-defense while working and studying in Moscow only.
One of the greatest hindrances in the perusal of his passion was the unavailability of professional wrestling in Russia, and therefore, he had to move to the USA to live his dream and become a professional wrestler. But he had to make choices in life that were not only daunting tasks to achieve but also a great leap that he had to take for his passion, his dreams, and his love for the sport of wrestling.