Paul Wight is a legendary big man in pro wrestling, and his influence has been felt throughout the entire world. Now that he’s with AEW, the former Big Show has a chance to guide a new generation of talent.

In 2022, Satnam Singh, who stands at an impressive height of 7 feet 3 inches, made his highly anticipated debut in All Elite Wrestling. Upon joining the promotion, Singh formed an alliance with Jay Lethal and Sonjay Dutt, establishing a strong presence on the roster.

In an interview with Sportskeeda’s WrestleBinge, Satnam Singh shared his training experience at the Nightmare Factory, where he had the privilege of being coached by the esteemed former WWE star, Paul Wight.

“Normally, we were working together, and QT Marshall, [at] The [Nightmare] Factory for the last two weeks. He wanted to come back in the ring and he wanted to train me.”


“So, I got a really big two-week chance to work with him, and so, he [taught] me so many big moves. Also, I can see how I look in front of the big guys, and whatever he’s learned from WWE, from AEW.”

When Satnam Singh was asked if he would be able to chokeslam Wight, Satnam replied to ask, “why not?” Obviously, this was something that he might have considered before.

“Of course, why not? In the ring, I don’t care. I will chokeslam anyone over there.”

We’ll have to see what Satnam Singh is able to do in pro wrestling. He is just getting started, so the world might be his for the taking. If anything, he is certainly getting some great advice in AEW if Paul Wight is around.

What’s your take on Satnam Singh’s chances in AEW? Will he become a future World Champion? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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