Japan’s leading broadcast company TV Asahi visited Tiger Jeet Singh and his family today to film a day in the life of the wrestling legend, humanitarian and philanthropist. Tiger was chosen by TV Asahi as being one of the top ten most famous celebrities ever in Japanese history. Other notables that made the top ten list was boxing legend ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson. The day in the life of Tiger will be aired in Japan on TV Asahi as part of a two-hour special presentation, “World’s Most Dangerous Interview” on Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 8:58 p.m. (Japanese time).
Immediately after leaving Tiger’s home, the remainder of the day was jam packed with the Tigers. They first visited the students at Tiger Jeet Singh Public School, followed up with a stop at Milton Town Hall to meet Mayor Gord Krantz, Milton MP Lisa Raitt and Milton and Regional Councillor Mike Cluett. Soon after the eventful visit at Town Hall, the Tigers arrived at the headquarters of Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) in Oakville where they met Chief of Police Stephen Tanner, Deputy Chief Nishan Duraiappah and Detective Constable Garry Hans (Tiger’s second son).
The next visit was at Brahma Kumaris, a spiritual learning centre in Toronto, followed up with meeting at CONXCORP, a Canadian LED lighting manufacturing company, which Tiger is the appointed Global Ambassador and Tiger Jr. is a principal partner. The last stop of the day was at Troy’s Diner in Milton, where the walls are enshrined with the Tigers wrestling memorabilia and framed pictures of Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation charity events.