Forgotten WWE Tag Team To Wrestle First TV Match Since 2020

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The current NXT tag team division has a number of transcendent pairings, with a recent move seeing Indus Sher reunite in the brand. Veer and Sanga both returned to the supposed developmental brand after having already reunited on the NXT live event circuit.

NXT’s forthcoming broadcast on Tuesday, November 15 will mark the duo’s first televised match together since the June 10, 2020 broadcast. There, they bested enhancement talents Mike Reed and Mikey Delbrey before joining Jinder Mahal on the main roster

Outside of untelevised live events, Indus Sher’s only aired match together came via WWE Superstar Spectacle in January 2021. That saw them team with Drew McIntyre in defeating Jinder Mahal and The Bollywood Boyz.

The current lineup for the November 15 NXT can be found below:

  • Bron Breakker vs. Von Wagner – NXT Championship match
  • Mandy Rose vs. Alba Fyre – NXT Women’s Championship Last Woman Standing match
  • Apollo Crews vs. JD McDonagh
  • Indus Sher’s Sanga and Veer in action
  • Shawn Michaels makes an announcement regarding NXT Deadline
  • Wes Lee and Carmelo Hayes sign their contract

WWE Legend Believes Veer Is “The Next Brock Lesnar”

Though he failed to get going on the main roster after months of teaser vignettes, Veer did manage to find at least one fan, that being Golden Era legend Virgil. The one-time Million Dollar Champion went as far as to call Veer “the next Brock Lesnar” in a message posted to Instagram:

“You ain’t never gonna meet a bigger Veer guy. Haven’t been this excited since the Ascension got signed. You see Veer was my creation. It’s a spin-off of Veergil. So basically he pays homage to the chutney killah who drips beefy beef all day. Pasanda and Pasta bay bay. Let’s watch the next Brock Lesnar whiff his a** into stardom. Thoughts????”

Veer arrived on Monday Night Raw during the red brand’s April 11 broadcast, besting Dominik Mysterio. Subsequent victories followed over the likes of Rey Mysterio, Mustafa Ali, and Drew Gulak, with Raw’s August 15 episode marking his last aired main roster match.