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Sebastian V wrote on 26.03.2018:
[2.0] "Mahabali Shera ist in meinen Augen im Ring alles andere als gut. Er ist keine Totalkatastrophe. Er botched nicht ständig und beherrscht die Basics aber diese Basics sind limitiert und nicht mehr als 2 Punkte wert. Beim Charisma ist es ähnlich: In manchen Momenten als Underdogface durchaus glaubhaft aber oft einfach nur langweilig vor Allem aufgrund kaum vorhandener Mimik und kaum vorhandenem Gimmick. Insgesamt würde ich ihm hier 3 Punkte geben. Micwork ist seine größte Schwäche wirkt da wirklich sehr unsicher. Mehr als 1 Punkt ist da nicht drin. Alles in Allem zwei Punkte für ihn."
ElSagacious wrote on 08.11.2017:
"As a Impact Wrestling die hard fan, some people ask me why i dont hate Jinder Mahal, i said go watch TNA's answer to Indian market, that's Mahabali Shera, and he did made Jinder looks like the sole Indian wrestling legend in this business."
PistolPeteMatty wrote on 29.06.2017:
[0.0] "He makes Jinder Mahal look like Kenta Kobashi, I've never seen anything even slightly positive from Shera."
MusSan wrote on 22.03.2017:
[1.0] "Ich habe keine Ahnung wie er in Indien war, aber bei Impact ist er einfach grauenhaft und langweilig. Ohne Charisma, schlecht im Ring und am Micro ist er auch kein Talent. Ich glaube der einzige Grund, weshalb er immer noch unter Vertrag steht, ist der, dass er Werbung für den indischen Markt machen muss."
Undisputed wrote on 17.02.2017:
[3.0] "Shera is a wrestler who is a lure for fans in India and in my opinion just because it is still in TNA roster. Ring skill he had bad, I think that another gimmick would give him a better reaction from the fans but he is still better than The Great Khali."
jchiofal wrote on 03.08.2016:
[5.0] "Shera still needs quite a bit of work, however, as of now, Shera isn't doing a terrible job. His wrestling career started 7 years agoin a country where independent wrestling hasn't really gotten attention, so his lack of ability with 7 years of experience isn't surprising. He has a basic understanding of wrestling, and hits some high impact offense solidly. Shera needs more experience with better wrestlers to have him grown and develop though."
marselfish wrote on 12.06.2016:
[1.0] "TNA braucht Shera für den indischen Markt, ansonsten braucht ihn wohl niemand. Bis auf die Physis hat er nichts, was es im Wrestling braucht. Seine In-Ring-Skills sind limitiert und er ist dabei nicht mal unterhaltsam."
Mizzle Assault Ant wrote on 14.05.2016:
[7.0] "Updating my rating, Shera has grown on me further. He is still far from perfect but he has some degree of charisma and some solid power moves, and it's not like he's sloppy or uncoordinated or anything. I really think the low rating is just because he's in TNA, because he is doing perfectly good work right now, especially for a rookie."
TheDreamMD wrote on 09.05.2016:
[5.0] "Shera is very green, he's getting a 5. 6 overall from me as a mixture of his combined potential and where he currently is. I feel that if he develops and continues to work hard he can be a very valuable member of a roster whether it be in TNA or elsewhere. He could be of use in Mexico, especially in promotions like AAA or eventually an enforcer in Japan as well. He has a high ceiling, but an extremely low floor as well. There's the possibility he could not develop beyond this point. I feel he could develop to being a 7. 3 ish grade if all goes well but stay at the current 3. 8 grade (where I would have him currently). He got his start in the Ring Ka King Project and I hoped he'd continue his career and I'm glad TNA is giving him the opportunity, but he needs a lot of seasoning in the ring and to continue learning to get rid of his accent as that would (unfortunately) hamper him in the states. He needs to take as many dates as possible wherever he can. Whether it comes on the Mexican indies under a mask and playing the generic Rudo role or on the American scene. I hope to see him continue to grow as he has the look and size to become a draw in the states."
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 05.05.2016:
[3.0] "Shera is still in the early part of his career - having started in TNA's India side project Ring Ka King at the tail-end of 2011, disappearing for a couple of years and resurfacing in TNA in 2015. He's still rather green in the ring, but he does have several things going for him - a good power base, good build and some decent power moves and a certain likability about his personality. He's also still very young, so while he still seems to be working on mastering the basics, there's still plenty of time for him to grow as a well-rounded performer. With TNA having had touring success in India, having a popular babyface from that country on the roster could be quite beneficial."
Iam betterthan wrote on 08.01.2016:
[7.0] "Yeah, this rating is pretty unfair fo him, he needs some more time, i think he is capable of many things.. Started off in Ring ka king promotion in India (he was their only Indian wrestler to win RKK World heavyweight championship) afterwards some time off to be trained as more professional, he was the wrestler who was selected from Kurt Angle to be contracted by TNA from 12 indian wrestlers... His TNA tenure started off as a member of the stable Revolution afterward the break up of the group he now goes in his own, i think he have to be given some more time to prove himself.... but i am giving him 7 right now because of such a low rating."
KimboSlice wrote on 05.10.2015:
[2.0] "wow, eine der größten Fehl-Verpflichtungen der letzten Jahre. Völlig hölzern im Ring, uncharismatisch und irgendwie auch fehl am Platz. Mag in Indien vielleicht ein Star sein, in den Staaten ist der das aufgrund der schlechten Leistung noch lange nicht. 2 Punkte gibt es aber für seine Storyline mit James Storm und weil er wenigstens versucht eine Stimmung zu erzeugen."
JosefK wrote on 09.08.2015:
[5.0] "Ich kann die ganzen schlechten 1- und 2-Punkte-Bewertungen nicht ganz nachvollziehen. Na klar - Amanpreet Singh ist kein Filegran-Wrestler und kein High-Flyer. Die Basics beherrscht er einwandfrei. Sein Hintergrund des traditionellen indischen Kushti Wrestling ist in Deutschland / USA nicht bekannt, prägt aber meiner Meinung nach eindeutig seinen Kampfstil. Durch sein Angagement bei TNA zählt er in Indien zu den absolutenWrestling-Superstars. Für westlichen Standart fehlt ihm meiner Meinung nach allerdings einiges an Charisma. Trotzdem schätze ich ihn als Mittelmass ein und gebe 5 Punkte."
Bowlen wrote on 16.03.2015:
[1.0] "Ungelenkig wie ein Bauklotz, dem Selling nicht fähig und bei TNA ungefähr so gut zu gebrauchen wie der große Khali bei WWE - eher noch weniger. Hat nur einen Vertrag bekommen, um Sony Six (indischer TNA-Sender) zufriedenzustellen. Schon bei Ring Ka King fand ich ihn extrem schlecht, der Eindruck hat nicht getäuscht."
BeAwesomeOne wrote on 04.02.2015:
[2.0] "Just saw his debut on Impact. Not really impressed. He was botching moves and he was selling poorly. Seriously, why TNA couldn't hire Brian Cage, instead of him?"
Boris The Menace wrote on 22.07.2013:
[2.0] "I'm taking a guess that Ring Ka King was a one time deal and this guy won't be in a wrestling ring again."
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