Mansoor has praised Randy Orton for being generous with his time and offering him honest feedback after his matches in WWE.
Mansoor made his debut on the WWE main roster this past week, signing with Raw before facing United States champion Sheamus in a match. The 25-year-old has competed on NXT, 205 Live and Main Event over the last two years as well.
WWE's first-ever Saudi Superstar says he will often ask any of his peers that are watching the monitor backstage for feedback after his matches, and offered high praise for Orton, who always gives him advice to work with.
Speaking to SportsKeeda, Mansoor said: "Someone who has been really, really generous to me has been Randy Orton. He’s someone who… it’s very intimidating to go up to a guy like Randy Orton who has done so much and accomplished so much in WWE. And he’s just so incredibly approachable and kind and always offers honest feedback.
"Most of the locker room has been really amazing about that, you know? After my matches or after anything, I’ll go to the back and anybody who is watching the monitor, I’ll always ask them how I did and, you know, and Randy’s been great for that.
"Of course, other veterans who I respect a lot is Shelton Benjamin, MVP, Bobby Lashley. Mustafa Ali has been really, really great too. He’s given me a lot of guidance and support. I mean, ever since I got to the company and ever since that huge battle royal, he was giving me a lot of advice and showing me the lay of the land. I have no shortage of support and I’m extremely lucky for it."