Amanpreet Singh, also known as Mahabali Shera, to become the latest Indian to enter the WWE
Amanpreet Singh was known as ‘Mahabali Shera’ for Impact Wrestling where he actually worked from the year 2014 which continued until 2017. He parted ways with the brand, Impact, at the end of 2017. Amanpreet Singh has reported for training at the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Performance Center, the biggest wrestling business in this entire world and is ready for action.
A powerful figure that stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 240 pounds, Singh endured a difficult childhood by channeling his energies into sports. The self-taught bodybuilder, Singh, had won many local competitions before turning his focus wrestling in the year 2011.
Savio Vega and Al Snow – Singh was trained under the likes of these individuals. He celebrated success within the ring in his native, India, as well as in the United States and the United Kingdom!
— WWE (@WWEIndia) February 15, 2018
• Won silver and bronze medals at ISSF World Cup events and silver at the Commonwealth Shooting Championships.
• Claimed silver in the men’s 50m pistol event at the ISSF World Cup in New Delhi.
• In the eight-man final, finished with 226.9 which was second to Jitu Rai’s world record 230.1.
• Won bronze in the men’s 50m pistol event at the ISSF World Cup final in New Delhi.
• Won 50m pistol silver at the Commonwealth Shooting Championships in Brisbane.
“I came to the US with the dream that someday, I am going to make my country proud,” said Singh.
He further added,“I would consider myself fortunate if I am able to become a positive role model for the youngsters of my country and impact lives. I don’t think I can find a better platform than WWE to empower myself to empower others, especially those back at home.”
Along with several other latest additions from India, which includes TV star Saurav Gurjar; Rinku Singh, a former pro baseball player from India and subject of the Netflix movie “Million Dollar Arm”; and also Mae Young Classic alumna Kavita Devi, the very first Indian woman to sign up with WWE, Singh reports to the WWE Performance Center.