The Singh Brothers have been Jinder Mahal's right-hand men since debuting on SmackDown back in April. Sunil and Samir have introduced Mahal for his entrances and have helped interfere in matches on his behalf.
However, the Singhs lost a match to AJ Style's on Tuesday's episode of SmackDown - much to Mahal's dismay. The Modern Day Maharaja proceeded to talk about them - signalling his alliance was done with the brothers.
So is that the end for the Singhs in WWE? Jon Fuentes of eWrestlingNews.com reported that there's "speculation going around that last night’s segment with Jinder Mahal and The Singh Brothers was a way to write the pair off WWE TV," while PWInsider.com reported that Mahal may replace the them with new sidekicks.
We'll wait and see if there are any more developments about the Singh brothers and their futures with the WWE. In the meantime, it'll be interesting to see who Mahal's new partners will be or if the creative team is planning to bring new ones aboard.
If the Singhs do stay in WWE, it's anybody's guess what the future holds for them. Both were used solely for their microphone skills and don't come with much in-ring wrestling ability. With Mahal attacking them, the Singhs might turn babyface and align themselves with a rival of his.
But if this is the end of the line for Sunil and Samir, they deserve plenty of credit for a fairly successful run. The Burnaby, B.C. natives competed in different promotions across North America before landing with the WWE in 2016. They won the Global Force Wrestling Tag Team Championships once, and spent brief time in NXT as "The Bollywood Boyz."
The Singh Brothers deserve plenty of credit in promoting Mahal's character, helping him grow as a WWE Champion. But again, we'll have to wait and see if they truly are on their way out.