WWE history is full of unexpected moments. A winning streak is a great thing to have, but nothing good lasts forever. That undefeated steak for Mansoor ended this week as soon as he stepped foot on the red brand

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Sheamus wanted to be a fighting champion, but he took out his challenger, Humberto Carrillo, early this week. After Sheamus beat down Carrillo backstage, he ran into Mansoor after Adam Pearce signed the newcomer to Raw.

Mansoor was also working on a winning streak in WWE which is quite impressive. It was noted in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that his winning streak is in place to make Saudi Arabia happy.

The Mansoor winning streak, which is never referred to as much but he’s on Main Event almost every week winning and hasn’t lost a match since August 23, 2019, losing in Sanford, FL to Dominik Dijakovic is appease the benefactors in Saudi Arabia.

Sheamus and Mansoor had their match for the United States Title this week on Raw. Things were going well for Mansoor, but then Sheamus’ veteran ability and size took advantage of the situation.

Just as it appeared that Sheamus was gearing up to hit a Brogue Kick and score the win, Humberto Carrillo jumped in the ring and took out Sheamus. The referee called for the bell, giving the DQ win the Sheamus. Mansoor lost his first match since August, 2019. It wasn’t a legit pinfall loss, but he does have a L on his record via disqualification.

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