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Mahabali Shera

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Billed height  6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Role  Professional wrestler
Billed weight  265 lb (120 kg)
Height  1.88 m
Debut  2011
Billed from  Pune
Name  Mahabali Shera

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Born  October 17, 1990 (age 25) Ferozepur, Punjab, India (1990-10-17)
Ring name(s)  Mahabali Shera Mahabali Veera Khoya
Residence  Nashville, Tennessee, United States

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Amanpreet Singh Randhawa (born 17 October 1990) is an Indian professional wrestler competing in Impact Wrestling under the ring name Mahabali Shera.

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Ring Ka King (2011–2012)

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In December 2011, Shera took part in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling's India project, Ring Ka King. Shera competed in the RKK World Heavyweight Championship tournament to crown the inaugural champion, He defeated Dr. Nicholas Dinsmore in the quarterfinals of the tournament before being defeated by Scott Steiner in the semifinals. During the final week of tapings, On 21 April 2012, Shera defeated Sir Brutus Magnus to become the final RKK World Heavyweight Champion.

The Revolution (2014–2015)

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On 22 September 2014, TNA announced the signing of their first Indian wrestler Mahabali Shera. On 12 November 2014, episode of Impact Wrestling, Manik attempted to introduce Shera to the leader of The Revolution stable, James Storm, before Storm demanded Manik to send Shera away.

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On 7 January 2015, Shera changed his name to Khoya and officially joined James Storm's Revolution. On 23 January 2015, episode of Impact Wrestling, Khoya made his in-ring debut as a heel, defeating Tigre Uno. On 10 April, Khoya defeated Manik and 'The Monster' Abyss in a Triple Threat match to join James Storm in a qualifier match to participate in the Fatal-4 Way Tag Team Ultimate X Match for the vacant TNA World Tag Team Championships to a losing effort.

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On 26 June 2015, Khoya turned face after being beaten and repeatedly insulted by James Storm, and entered in a feud with Storm. On 5 August TNA Impact taping, he stood up to James Storm, hit him with his finisher (Sitout spinebuster) and said "My name is not Khoya, my name is Mahabali Shera", officially changing his name back and turning on Storm. On 19 August episode of Impact Wrestling, Shera left The Revolution. Later on the 16 September episode of Impact Wrestling, Shera defeated Abyss in a no disqualification match and James Storm on 30 September episode of Impact Wrestling, also in a no disqualification match.

Championship pursuits (2015–present)

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On 4 October 2015, at Bound For Glory, Shera competed in a 12-man Bound for Gold Gauntlet match but was eliminated by Tyrus who went on to win the match. He then entered in the TNA World Title Series for the vacated TNA World Height Championship. Shera was a member in the Group Wild Card along with Kenny King, Crazzy Steve and Aiden O'Shea. He ended first of his block when he became victorious in receiving nine points. thus advancing to the Round of 16 where he defeated Eli Drake in the First round match. On the 9 December edition of Impact Wrestling, Shera lost to Lashley in the quarterfinals, failing to advance the round of four and being eliminated.

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After 2 month's hiatus from television, on the 16 February edition of Impact Wrestling, Shera returned to TV and formed a new tag team Grado. On the 15 March live edition of Impact Wrestling from the Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, he helped Grado in a contract ladder match against Eli Drake and prevented Jessie Godderz from interfering, allowing Grado to win the match and earn his place back in the TNA roster. On the 29 March episode of Impact Wrestling, he was taken out by Al Snow who attacked Grado and broke his arm. on the 12 April episode of Impact Wrestling, Shera and Snow had a harsh conversation in which Snow apologized to Shera and shook his hand. However, after Shera was getting out of the ring, Snow assaulted Shera from behind, leaving him lying near the steel steps. A week later, Shera lost to Al Snow after receiving a knuckle to the head. In his rematch against Snow on 10 May episode of Impact Wrestling, Grado came back and distracted Snow, allowing Shera to win.

After teaming with Grado, Shera began wrestling on Xplosion, winning in matches against the likes of Fallah Bahh and Marshe Rockett. He also had a shot at the Impact Grand Championship in a losing effort against then champion, Drew Galloway on February 9 edition of Impact Wrestling. In May 2017, Shera became involved in a storyline between Braxton Sutter and Kongo Kong. He saved Sutter and Allie from Kong, Sienna, Laurel Van Ness and KM on the May 18 edition of Impact Wrestling. At the Impact Wrestling taping that occurred in Mumbai, India, on May 30 Shera won a Gauntlet match for the inaugural Sony SIX Invitational Trophy, last eliminating KM. On the Pre Show of Slammiversary XV he teamed up with Braxton Sutter and Allie to defeat the team of KM, Kongo Kong and Laurel Van Ness in a Six-person tag team match.

Independent circuit (2015–present)

On 6 September 2015, Shera made his debut for Tried -N- True Pro Wrestling at their All Out Assault event under the ring name Khoya where he defeated Ali Shabazz. On 7 February 2016 he made his debut for NWA TCW where he was defeated by Devin Driscoll. Shera returned to Throwback Championship Wrestling on 5 May where he defeated Paul Jordane to become the #1 contender for the NWA Throwback Heavyweight Championship. On 9 July, Shera made his return to TNT where he was defeated by Chris Melendez in a three way match also involving Tony Kozina. On September 8, 2017 at Pro Wrestling All-Stars of Detroit in Melvindale, Michigan, Mahabali Shera beat Breyer Wellington to win the PWAS Heavyweight Title.

Personal life

Shera is a big fan of Bollywood. He has mentioned that Salman Khan and Amitabh Bachchan are his favorite actors from the industry.

In wrestling

  • Finishing moves
  • Sky High (Sitout spinebuster) – 2014–present
  • Veera Bomb (Thrust spinebuster) – 2011–2012
  • Camel clutch – 2016–present
  • Signature moves
  • Double axe handle
  • Fireman's carry takeover
  • Lariat
  • Powerslam
  • Entrance themes
  • "Cut You Down" by Dale Oliver and Serg Salinas (TNA; 23 January 2015 – 15 July 2015; used as a member of The Revolution)
  • "Bollywood" by Dale Oliver (TNA / Impact Wrestling; 5 August 2015 – 23 March 2017)
  • "Roar of the Lion" by Dale Oliver (GFW; 30 March 2017 – present)
  • Championships and accomplishments

  • Pro Wrestling All-Stars of Detroit
  • PWAS Heavyweight Championship (1 time, current)
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
  • PWI ranked him #138 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2012
  • Ring Ka King
  • RKK World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • Slam Wrestling
  • Slam Wrestling Heavyweight Championship (1 time, current)
  • Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
  • Global Impact Tournament (2015) – with Team International (The Great Sanada, Drew Galloway, The Great Muta, Tigre Uno, Bram, Rockstar Spud, Magnus, Sonjay Dutt and Angelina Love)
  • Sony SIX Invitational Trophy
  • References

    Mahabali Shera Wikipedia


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