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Tiger Ali Singh: ("Mick" Hans, Tiger Jeet Singh Jr)


Tiger Ali Singh ( Gurjit Singh Hans ), son of wrestler Tiger Jeet Singh, was born on March 09, 1971 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Mick initially had designs on becoming a basketball player, having been offered more than 20 U.S. college basketball scholarships including one from Notre Dame, after seeing his father fight in Japan in 1991, he decided to embrace the wrestling vocation.

  • In Jan., 1997, he signed with the World Wrestling Federation, with the signing announced at a press conference at SkyDome in Toronto.
  • On April 9, 1997, he became popular after winning WWF's Kuwait Cup Tournament. He defeated Owen Hart in the finals. He would also participate and managed by his father in the World Wrestling Federation's pay per view event "One Night Only" in the U.K. on September 20, 1997 facing off against Leif Cassidy.
  • He made his WWF debut on the April 21, 1997 episode of RAW. He would disappear from WWF television until they had fully submerged into the Attitude Era, where he returned as a rich and arrogant heir to a fortune (similar to Ted DiBiase's character). He came to the ring accompanied by a manservant named Babu, and would pay random people in the audience each week to perform humiliating stunts.
  • He was sent to Puerto Rico to work on in-ring skills. He returned in late 2000 as the manager of Lo Down, the tag team of D'Lo Brown and Chaz Warrington.
  • Lo Down and Singh were eventually sent to International Wrestling Association in Puerto Rico, removing them from WWF programming as the WCW invasion angle of 2001 started.
  • Down in IWA, Singh was a tag team champion on several occasions.


Wrestling Titles Held:

1995 - World Martial Arts Wrestling Federation (WMWF India) - International Heavyweight Champion.
1996 - World Martial Arts Wrestling Federation (WMWF India) - World Heavyweight Champion.
1997 - World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) ? Became WWE Kuwaiti Cup Champion by defeating WWE Superstars Brooklyn Brawler, Al Snow, Billy Gunn, Owen Hart & Mankind within a round robin elimination tournament held in Kuwait

2000 - International Wrestling Association (IWA) - World Tag Team Champion.
2001 - International Wrestling Association (IWA) - World Heavyweight Champion.
2001 - International Wrestling Association (IWA) - World Tag Team Champion.
International Wrestling Achievements

November 15, 1995 - During a live outdoor WMWF wrestling promotion in India, the late Chief Minister of Punjab, Beant Singh presented and crowned Tiger with a diamond studded turban, as the pride & son of India in front of 40,000 spectators.
In January 1997, during a live satellite broadcast in front of a sold out WWE wrestling event in Torontos Sky Dome, WWE Chairman, Vince McMahon presented Tiger with a 10-year, multi-million dollar contract to wrestle for the WWE.

July 1, 2007, The City of Milton recognized and honored Tiger Ali Singh and his father Tiger Jeet Singh by inducting them both into Miltons Walk of Fame. The Walk of Fame honors those individuals which have achieved success and notoriety on both the national and international levels.

Tiger Ali Singh suffered a career ending injury in December 2001 when he slipped and fell unconscious during an outdoor wrestling match in Puerto Rico during a rain storm. He was later diagnosed with having suffered his third concussion. He was sent home to Toronto to recover. He was released from his WWE contract in July of 2002.

Tiger Ali Singh filed a $7 million lawsuit against WWE:

  • that he was forced to wrestle in the rain while in Puerto Rico.
  • Other WWE wrestlers of frequently calling him "taxi driver
  • He was the victim of a stunt in 1999 where his turban was stuffed with garbage.

WWE attorney Jerry McDevitt countered by noting that WWE was not responsible for any injuries occurring in a different organization, and that Singh's contract could legally be ended if he suffered an injury.

As of Nov. 2008, he made a comeback to the field of professional wrestling in Japan