A look at all the Indian stars in the history of WWE
Professional wrestling is one of the India's most popular imports in terms of foreign entertainment and the WWE is riding high on that wave - with a popularity that has been unmatched over the past few years. After all, that's why the WWE will be coming to India for a tour in December.
One of the reasons for this is the multitude of Indian wrestlers who have plied their trade in the biggest professional wrestling promotion in the world. While we have the likes of Jinder Mahal winning the WWE Championship, there have always been some interesting Indian Superstars making a name for themselves in the WWE.
So, without any further ado, let's get into our list of the all the Indian stars in the history of the WWE:
#6 Gama Singh
The first person of Indian heritage to ever sign with the WWE came way back in the 1980s and he went by the name of Gama Singh. Singh was an Indo-Canadian wrestler who made a name for himself with Stampede Wrestling -- a promotion that was bought by Vince McMahon.
He enjoyed a short stint in the company, mainly working on House Shows. His biggest claim to fame, though, is that he is the uncle and original trainer of Jinder Mahal.