Shera’s first stint as a wrestler was in 2011 when he participated in a competition called Ring ka King. It was the Indian project of Nonstop Action Wrestling. He advanced to the semifinals but was beaten by the well-known wrestler Scott Steiner. On 21 April 2012, he finally became the Ring ka King World Heavyweight Champion by beating Sir Brutus Magnus.
- Mahabali Shera in TNA
- Independent Circuit
- WWE Debut
Mahabali Shera in TNA
Shera was the first Indian wrestler ever to be signed by the TNA. It was on 22 November 2014 that TNA made the official announcement of their signing of Mahabali Shera.
However, he had to wait till 23 January, 2015 for his in-ring debut. He made his debut as a heel, defeating Tigre Uno.
He made his way to a Fatal four-way tag team match alongside James Storm and contested for the TNA tag team championships but in vain.
Before this Shera had officially changed his name to Khoya and joined James Storm’s Revolution.
In June 2015, after being insulted by James Storm, he turned face and struck him with his finishing move and announced to the world that his name was ‘Mahabali Shera’. He remained in the TNA till 2017 and was involved in many major matches.
From 2015 to 2018, Shera fought in many independent circuits under different names. He made his debut for Tried-N-True Pro Wrestling on 6 September 2015 under the ring name Khoya. In February 2016, he made his debut for NWA TCW.
On 14 February 2018, Shera signed a contract with WWE. He made his in-ring debut on NXT at a live event on March 01, 2018 and defeated Dan Matha.
Mahabali Shera Ring Names
- Mahabali Shera
- Mahabali Veera
- Veera Bomb (Thrust Spinebuster, 2011-2012)
- Skyhigh (Sitout Spinebuster, 2014-present)
Mahabali Shera Major Titles
- RKK World Heavyweight Championship
- PWAS heavyweight Championship
- Slam Wrestling Championship
Shera is a huge fan of Bollywood movies. Amitabh Bachchan is his favorite actor.
Mahabali Shera Entrance Themes
- ‘Cut you down’ by Dale Oliver and Serg Salinas (TNA, used as a member of Revolution)
- ‘Roar of the Lion’ by Dale Oliver (TNA)
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