Jan 13, 2020 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real Name: Mansoor Al-Shehail
Height: 6’0″
Weight: 190 lbs.
Date of Birth: October 25, 1995
From: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Pro Debut: January 15, 2015
Trained By: Stoner U Academy
Finishing Move: Running Superkick


– Born in Saudi Arabia, Al-Shehail moved to the US at a young age
– In his early career, Al-Shehail wrestled as ‘Manny Faberino’
– In his debut match, Faberino teamed with Manny Mars in a defeat to Big B & Wilkie Ray at a Stoner U event in Oakland, CA
– Prior to WWE’s Greatest Royal Rumble event, Al-Shehail participated in a tryout training session. He would also appear in an in-ring segment at the event, attacking Shawn & Ariya Daivari
– On May 12, 2018, Faberino defeated Shaun Sims & Tony Vargas to win the EBPW Title
– On June 9, Faberino defeated Steven Tresario to retain the EBPW Title
– On July 14, Faberino defeated Marcus Lewis to retain the EBPW Title
– On July 28, Faberino defeated Anton Voorhees to retain the EBPW Title
– On August 11, Faberino defeated Kenny K to retain the EBPW Title
– On August 25, Faberino defeated Kal Jak to retain the EBPW Title
– Al-Shehail (under his real name) debuted for WWE at an NXT live event on September 6, 2018, losing to Luke Menzies
– Al-Shehail (under the simplified name ‘Mansoor’) made his televised debut on the February 6, 2019 episode of NXT, losing to Jaxson Ryker
– Mansoor won the 50-Man Battle Royal at Super ShowDown 2019
– At Crown Jewel 2019, Mansoor defeated Cesaro
– Mansoor spent most of 2020 competing on 205 Live
– In May 2021, Mansoor was called up to the Raw brand
– At Crown Jewel 2021, Mansoor defeated Mustafa Ali
– In the 2021 draft, Mansoor was moved to Smackdown
– In April 2022, Mansoor became mån.sôör, a member of the Maximum Male Models stable

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