Gurvinder Sihra, who wrestles as Sunil Singh in the WWE tag team, The Bollywood Boyz, revealed that he was hurt at the recent NXT TV tapings in Orlando.
“Unfortunately at tapings this week, I dislocated my right shoulder mid match,” Sihra posted to Facebook, along with photos of the injury (seen above), and two photos from the Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center.
“My pride, my heart and passion didn’t let me quit. I immediately thought of my son and continued to gut it out to finish the match,” he wrote. “Down but never out.”
WWE producer Scott Garland — Scotty 2 Hotty to fans — accompanied Sihra, who sent him a thank you: “A very special thank you to @thescotty2hotty for being a great brother and being there by my side at ER.”
Sihra did not reveal how long he will be out of action.
The brother team of Sunil and Samir Singh (Gurv & Harvinder Sihra) have been on the WWE roster since 2016, mainly working 205 Live early, before getting the chance on the roster alongside fellow Canadian Jinder Mahal (Raj Singh). They wrestled as the Singh brothers until the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to stay home in British Columbia for a long time. When they returned to Orlando and NXT in October 2020, it was under their old gimmick of the Bollywood Boyz.