Tony Khan always has a trick up his sleeve and there’s no denying that. Though Khan hypes up his surprises, he made no such attempt as tonight’s Dynamite featured the debut of a former basketball player.

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Satnam Singh made his AEW debut in the aftermath of Samoa Joe’s match against Minoru Suzuki. The Samoan Submission Machine defeated Suzuki Gun’s main man with a muscle buster and won the ROH World Television title in the process.

Joe was soon confronted by his former protégés Jay Lethal and Sonjay Dutt. Then, the lights went off. The lights came back and the crowd noticed a giant of a man in Singh, who attacked the newly-crowned champion from behind.

Singh delivered a beatdown on Joe. He was joined by Dutt and Lethal inside the ring. Lethal hit his patented Lethal Injection to cap off tonight’s Dynamite. Tony Schiavone noted that Singh hails from Punjab, India, and was trained at AEW’s training facility in Atlanta.

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