The beatdown came after Riddle won a singles match over Roderick Strong. After the double team, fan-favorite manager Malcolm Blivens came out and taunted Riddle on the mic, saying he thought this was the perfect time to introduce Riddle to the future of the NXT tag team division as his partner Pete Dunne was on the other side of the world.
Singh, a former MLB baseball player known for the Million Dollar Arm story, was signed by WWE in January 2018. He made his in-ring debut in late May 2018. Gurjar, who previously worked for TNA's Ring Ka King project in India, was also signed by WWE in January 2018. He made his in-ring debut a few months later, teaming with Singh at a live event. The Indian Superstars have been teaming at live events ever since, and are now being managed by Blivens, the former Stokely Hathaway, who was signed by WWE in March 2019 after successful runs in ROH, EVOLVE and MLW. He debuted at a NXT live event in March 2019, and has managed Babatunde Aiyegbusi and Bronson Reed at times.
It looks like Gurjar and Singh will now be feuding with Riddle and Dunne for their NXT Tag Team Titles.
Below are a few shots from tonight's debut on NXT: