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The Bollywood Boyz: Vince McMahon Thought We Were "Money" In Our WWE Ring Gear

Vince McMahon was a fan

Vince McMahon was a big fan of The Bollywood Boyz, according to the tag team.

Samir and Sunil Singh started out their WWE run as Jinder Mahal's lackeys but they transitioned to a tag team in 2019 and wore colourful ring gear and glasses to the squared circle.

The Singh brothers reflected on their WWE run during an appearance on Sean Waltman's Pro Wrestling 4 Life and they revealed Vince McMahon thought their ring gear was "money." 

"Every meeting we had with Vince was amazing," said Samir. "He was always kind and appreciated everything we had done. The first time we were working after a bit, we came up in our pink gear and glasses. Vince walked right up to us and was like, 'That's f*cking money.' He was always so good to us and that's why we were always so appreciative. We were always on the right track and learning on the fly and getting ready."

The Bollywood Boyz also recalled working WWE's Superstar Spectacle event and they noted WWE is looking for the next breakout Indian star.

"They are looking for big Indian stars and the next breakout star. They're trying, but we're the only two Indian guys there that are TV ready and have the confidence that we can go in with anybody and deliver. In January at Superstar Spectacle, they put us in there with the new kids. They have a long way to go. We were told to shine them up and everyone was telling us in the back that we made them look like a million bucks. That's our job. Being WWE TV-ready is a lot different than being a wrestler. A lot of them are still learning," Sunil added.

Samir also noted: "India is booming and we were ready and primed for whatever opportunity came to us and we know how to work and are charismatic guys."

The Bollywood Boyz teamed with Jinder Mahal on the show against Drew McIntyre and Indus Sher. 

H/T to Fightful

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