They could be next. WWE is a unique wrestling promotion in that they have so many resources available to them. One of their biggest is their own in-house developmental system in the form of NXT. As a result, the company is able to build up stars with national exposure before bringing them up to the main roster. That might be what we are getting to see again.

Over the weekend, Veer Mahaan reunited with Sanga at an NXT live event to reform the Indus Sher tag team. According to Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE is considering bringing the team up from NXT to the main roster at some point in the near future. There is no word on when the team might be brought up. Indus Sher teamed together in NXT before splitting up, with Mahaan coming up to main roster.

Opinion: I can go with the idea of bringing the team up to the main roster, but I would hope that WWE has something a little more interesting in mind this time. Indus Sher basically consisted of two big, strong guys from the same country with nothing else to make them stand out. That does not have the longest shelf life and I would be worried about them if that is all WWE lets them do.

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