The Bakersfield, California, edition of the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Raw saw the return of former NXT Champion Aleister Black on Monday night.

The Dutchman then challenged any member of the RAW scheduled to wrestle with him in the ring.

The Singh Brothers, Sunil and Samir Singh, who made their return to the Red Brand as well, challenged Black, who accepted the challenge without any hesitation despite the fight being 2-on-1. Black, however, dominated throughout the fight, which lasted for exactly 80 seconds from start to finish.

Black then produced an upgraded submission finisher of Dragon Sleeper, Dragon Slayer, which led to Samir Singh's tap out and thereby handed Black an easy victory.

After he had a successful run in NXT, Black had moved to WWE's main roster earlier this year along with Ricochet. The two participated in RAW, SmackDown Tag Team Championships and WrestleMania before they were forced to split ways post the Superstar Shakeup.

Since the Shakeup, Ricochet has achieved a certain success including winning the WWE United States Championship, while Black failed to achieve anything significant.

The WWE logo hangs on a wall at a media conference announcing the all-star lineup of WWE WrestleMania XIX at ESPN Zone in Times Square in New York City, March 18, 2003. Mark Mainz/Getty Images

With this performance, one could think that Black has earned enough attention from the company owners. Since the draft is due to be announced any time soon, Black, who before signing with the WWE worked for promotions across Europe, the United States, and Japan under the ring name Tommy End, is now expected to bag a place in Friday Night SmackDown, or Monday Night Raw.

The Dutch fighter has a background in martial arts and between the age of 9 and 15, he had competed at various martial arts such as kickboxing and Maan Karate. In fact, Black has continued to train in kickboxing and that has helped him to a great extent as a wrestler.