Mansoor's ongoing WWE winning streak is being done in order to appease the company's Saudi Arabian benefactors.
This is according to Dave Meltzer in the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter. He notes that it is an interesting political move to keep the streak going without acknowledging it on Raw or SmackDown, particularly if it's an attempt at promoting Mansoor as an international star.
Mansoor's last televised WWE loss came against Damian Priest on the 21 August 2019 episode of NXT. He has since amassed a televised record of 27-0 in the company, growing to 46-0 when house shows and live events are taken into account.
Though he hasn't appeared on NXT since late 2019 and never features on Raw or SmackDown, Mansoor has been active on Main Event and 205 Live since July 2020. His last bout was a win over Akira Tozawa on Main Event's 22 April episode.
Born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Mansoor was signed by WWE in 2018 and scored what looked like his big break at Crown Jewel 2019, notching a hometown victory over Cesaro. He has since wrestled Dolph Ziggler at Super ShowDown 2020 in another notable win.