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  • Ivan Drago
  • Ivan Drago
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  • Drago appears in live-action footage in Something, Something, Something, Dark Side when Luke Skywalker, played by Chris Griffin trains on Dagobah.
  • Like an iron curtain Ivan Drago says little, and shows little emotion. He allows his wife to on his behalf during interviews, and press conferences. The Soviet Union invests a lot into Drago training, monitoring his heart rate, power, and strength with computers during training. In the film he can be seen recieving intramuscular injections, which are implied to be anabolic steroids. His wife however rejects any notion that he uses such, comparing her husband to America's Popeye.
  • Ivan Drago is a Russian boxer, Olympian, an Infantry Captain for the Soviet Army, and was the main antagonist in Rocky IV. He was an amateur boxer and Olympic gold medallist from the Soviet Union, armed with a punch over 2,000 psi. Although he was able to easily defeat and kill Rocky Balboa's friend and trainer, Apollo Creed, he was knocked out by Balboa.
  • Ivan Drago is seen facing off against Uncle Sam in the song "Ollie North" in "Stanny Slickers 2: The Legend of Ollie's Gold". Although the fighter Drago is depicted, he is standing in for the American slang-term for all Soviets as 'Ivan', a popular name throughout Eastern Europe and Western Asia. Roger's persona of Demitri Krotchliknioff in "The Wrestler" is intended to parody Ivan.
  • Ivanovich Drago is a Russian-Swedish wrestler, boxer, infantry Captain for the Soviet Army, and a self-proclaimed Archduke of Soviet Russia and one of the strongest wrestlers in the WWE. He is a small-time boxer and a WWE gold medallist from the Soviet Union, armed with a punch over 2,000 psi. Although he was able to easily defeat and kill both, Rocky Balboa and his friend and trainer, Apollo Creed, he was no match for the notorious John Cena.
  • Ivan Drago (Russian: Иван Драго) is the main antagonist in the 1985 film Rocky IV. He is portrayed by Swedish actor Dolph Lundgren. Drago is a boxing champion from Russia (the Soviet Union at the time) and also a captain in the Russian military, who is known to have superhuman strength and is shown having steroids injected into him during one of Rocky's montages. His wife, Ludmilla Drago, acts as his spokeswoman during interviews and press conferences, which Drago's manager, Nicolai Koloff, also uses to run down America and boast of Russian superiority in propagandistic fashion. Early in the movie, when he steps into the ring for an exhibition match against Apollo Creed (who has come out of retirement for the bout), he easily kills Creed without remorse in the ring in the second round. In
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  • Fighter
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Birthplace
  • Moscow, Russia, former USSR, Eurasia
KO
  • 31
Job
  • Boxer, Soviet Army infantry Captain
Goals
  • To win boxing championships in honor for his country .
Games
  • Some Rocky-based games
Birth Date
  • --11-03
Portrayer
Eyes
  • Blue
Origin
  • Rocky IV
Skills
  • Superhuman strength
  • Military training
  • Athleticism
  • Addictive use of steroids
  • Olympic training provides master boxing skills
Age
  • 59
Losses
  • 1
Series
Blood
  • A+
Status
  • Alive
Spouse
  • Ludmilla Drago
Nickname
  • Death from Above
  • The Siberian Bull
  • The Siberian Express
Hair
  • Blond
Name
  • Ivan Drago
Wins
  • 31
Ethnicity
  • Aryan
Caption
  • Portrait of Dolph Lundgren as Ivan Drago
First
  • Rocky IV
Record
  • 31
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Aliases
  • The Siberian Express, The Russian Mauler, Chachovich's Idol, The Siberian Bull, The Soviet, Death from Above, Valirover, the Soviet Archduke
Weight
Alias
  • Death from Above
  • The Siberian Bull
  • The Siberian Express
Hobby
  • Using himself for Soviet propaganda in the USA and fighting for himself.
  • Using steroids.
Birth Place
liveactor
  • Dolph Lundgren
color text
  • Gold
Height
  • 6
Total
  • 32
Title
  • Rocky Balboa's main opponent
draws
  • 0
Color
  • Red
  • #B60000
Before
After
Occupation
Style
Fullname
  • Ivan Drago
Opponent
  • Apollo Creed
  • Rocky Balboa
  • Sporto McJockitch Stabby Jenkins Segway Jerkwad Rhinestone Cowby Mafioso Alfredo Herbert the Dinosaur Mickey Goldmill
Gender
RealName
  • Ivanovich Nikolai Drago
Birth
  • 1961-11-03
Nationality
  • 22
  • Russian
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  • Ivanovich Drago is a Russian-Swedish wrestler, boxer, infantry Captain for the Soviet Army, and a self-proclaimed Archduke of Soviet Russia and one of the strongest wrestlers in the WWE. He is a small-time boxer and a WWE gold medallist from the Soviet Union, armed with a punch over 2,000 psi. Although he was able to easily defeat and kill both, Rocky Balboa and his friend and trainer, Apollo Creed, he was no match for the notorious John Cena. The Mishima Corporation is extremely confident in Drago's abilities; however, Drago never bragged about it. His wife, Ludmilla Drago, brag all the stuff for him, with Drago simply staring at the cameras with a death face. He was known to kill numerous wrestlers and boxers, like Hulk Hogan, Booker-T, Rocky Balboa and Apollo Creed.
  • Drago appears in live-action footage in Something, Something, Something, Dark Side when Luke Skywalker, played by Chris Griffin trains on Dagobah.
  • Like an iron curtain Ivan Drago says little, and shows little emotion. He allows his wife to on his behalf during interviews, and press conferences. The Soviet Union invests a lot into Drago training, monitoring his heart rate, power, and strength with computers during training. In the film he can be seen recieving intramuscular injections, which are implied to be anabolic steroids. His wife however rejects any notion that he uses such, comparing her husband to America's Popeye.
  • Ivan Drago is a Russian boxer, Olympian, an Infantry Captain for the Soviet Army, and was the main antagonist in Rocky IV. He was an amateur boxer and Olympic gold medallist from the Soviet Union, armed with a punch over 2,000 psi. Although he was able to easily defeat and kill Rocky Balboa's friend and trainer, Apollo Creed, he was knocked out by Balboa.
  • Ivan Drago (Russian: Иван Драго) is the main antagonist in the 1985 film Rocky IV. He is portrayed by Swedish actor Dolph Lundgren. Drago is a boxing champion from Russia (the Soviet Union at the time) and also a captain in the Russian military, who is known to have superhuman strength and is shown having steroids injected into him during one of Rocky's montages. His wife, Ludmilla Drago, acts as his spokeswoman during interviews and press conferences, which Drago's manager, Nicolai Koloff, also uses to run down America and boast of Russian superiority in propagandistic fashion. Early in the movie, when he steps into the ring for an exhibition match against Apollo Creed (who has come out of retirement for the bout), he easily kills Creed without remorse in the ring in the second round. In revenge for his friend Creed's death and to defend the honor of America, Rocky challenges Drago to face him in the ring in Moscow, Russia on Christmas Day, where Rocky ends up winning because of his intense training in the snow.
  • Ivan Drago is seen facing off against Uncle Sam in the song "Ollie North" in "Stanny Slickers 2: The Legend of Ollie's Gold". Although the fighter Drago is depicted, he is standing in for the American slang-term for all Soviets as 'Ivan', a popular name throughout Eastern Europe and Western Asia. Roger's persona of Demitri Krotchliknioff in "The Wrestler" is intended to parody Ivan.
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