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5 things revealed in Jinder Mahal's WWE interview in India

Daniel Wood
FEATURED WRITER
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29.88K   //    13 Oct 2017, 23:06 IST

Jinder Mahal dropped a lot of bombshells during his Facebook Live interview
Jinder Mahal dropped a lot of bombshells during his Facebook Live interview

Jinder Mahal is the Modern Day Maharaja, the current reigning SmackDown LIVE WWE Champion, and now, he's the subject of an excellent Facebook Live interview to promote the upcoming WWE tour of India.

During the interview the first WWE champion of Indian descent opens up about a whole host of things. In this article, we've listed the top five takeaways we have from what Mahal had to say.


#5 Jinder's tour opponent revealed - and it'll be a WWE title match

Jinder Mahal will defend his title at New Delhi
Jinder Mahal will defend his title at New Delhi

Interview host Mihir Joshi did not waste any time in introducing some exciting news for Indian fans of the WWE about the next live shows that will take place in the country.

"December 8th and December 9th, two blockbuster shows, in New Delhi Indira Ghandi Indoor stadium, tickets available, but more importantly, just announced today, my opponent in New Delhi, it will be a WWE championship match, against Kevin Owens."

This is an interesting revelation because it would appear that because his opponent is Kevin Owens, who is arguably the biggest heel in SmackDown LIVE at the moment (I think he's an even bigger heel than Jinder) that Jinder Mahal will be wrestling at the live events in India as a face.

Still, even I have to admit that a Jinder Mahal vs Kevin Owens WWE Title match is an exciting prospect and I'm sure the fans in India who manage to get tickets will be in for quite the match.

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Daniel Wood
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Daniel Wood is a Cinema Manager, comic enthusiast and wrestling fan who has been writing all of his life. He promises never to use the term 'breaks the internet' unless something has literally broken the internet
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