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Tiger Raj Singh

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Tiger Raj Singh Yuvraj "Raj" Dhesi (born July 19, 1986), better known by his ring name Tiger Raj Singh, is an Indian-Canadian professional wrestler signed to WWE under the ring name Jinder Mahal. While many wrestlers from Calgary, Alberta train at the infamous Dungeon, Dhesi began his wrestling career at the Martial Arts Fitness Center training with Rick Titan and Premier Martial Arts Wrestling (PMW) working as Raj "The Future" Dhesi. He then trained with "Champagne" Jerry Morrow and Bad News Allen at the New Japan Pro Wrestling dojo. In Canada's Stampede Wrestling, after working for a time with Hybrid Wrestling Coalition (HWC), Dhesi teamed with his cousin Gama Singh, Jr., as The Karachi Vice, and Sikh n' Destroy. In March 2005, the team won the Stampede Wrestling International Tag Team Championship, holding it for eight months. They won the title for a second time in December of that year, holding it until November of the following year. He also worked for the Prairie Wrestling Alliance, where he was the PWA Champion from 2008 until January 2010, and also a three time tag team champion. Dhesi also competed for Great North Wrestling (GNW), where he feuded with such wrestlers as Samoa Joe and  ( Wikipedia article )

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Date of birth
1986-07-19
Place of birth
Calgary

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