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10 Things WWE fans would love to see in 2018

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157.11K   //    04 Jan 2018, 00:31 IST

The Undertaker leaving his hat and gloves in the ring
Did we witness the last match of The Undertaker?

2017 was a year of ups' and downs for WWE fans. From the Hardy Boys returning and the Undertaker losing again at Wrestlemania (in what was probably his last match) to Jinder's WWE title run and bad booking of Finn Balor, the fans had a roller coaster ride last year.

Nonetheless, the fans expect 2018 to be a consistently better one. Here are 10 things the fans would love to see happen in 2018.


#10 Jinder Mahal out of the World title picture

Jinder Mahal celebrating after winning the WWE Championship
Jinder Mahal celebrating after winning the WWE Championship

WWE management should know that the Modern-day Maharaja's 170 days title run was something the fans despised. The only World title-worthy match he was involved in during the entire run as champion was with AJ Styles and that was largely due to The Phenomenal One's capability of bringing the best out of his opponents.

The fans disliked every part of his World title run. Right from winning the championship from Randy Orton to using distractions by The Singh Brothers, the fans detested it. His match with Shinsuke Nakamura at SummerSlam was dubbed by the many as one of the worst matches in the history of the show.

He has proved that while he is far more than just an enhancement talent, he is in no way ready to be in the World Title picture. He could be used in the US Title picture or compete for the tag team titles with the Singh Brothers under the Freebird rule.

If things go successfully in the mid-card and fans start to warm up to Jinder more, perhaps it could be time to restart his big push.

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Abhishek has been watching pro-wrestling since Summer Slam 2009. He is a student-by-day and turns into a pro-wrestling fan by night. When not watching pro-wrestling or writing about it, you can find him playing table tennis or somewhere in the streets of Mumbai.
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