Mick Foley Encourages Promoters To Book The Bollywood Boyz
Foley wishes The Bollywood Boyz well
WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley has encouraged promoters to book The Bollywood Boyz when they are available to work.
"If you are a promoter, you need @BollywoodBoyz on your show! I'm sorry to learn they'd been let go, but Gurv & Harv are going to make every show they're on - anywhere in the world - a better show for having them. Wishing both of you the very best," Foley tweeted.
Samir and Sunil Singh previously worked in WWE but they were released by the company along with 12 other Superstars on June 25. WWE gutted 205 Live in the latest set of releases and the likes of Ever-Rise, Tony Nese, Ariya Daivari, Curt Stallion and August Grey were also let go.
The Bollywood Boyz signed with WWE back in 2016 and they soon found a home on SmackDown alongside Jinder Mahal during The Modern Day Maharaja's main event push. They continued to accompany Mahal to the ring until late 2019 before they went their separate ways. The Bollywood Boyz would then compete on 205 Live and they were also featured in the 24/7 Title picture on Raw.