5 WWE legends whose combined title reigns are shorter than Jinder Mahal's
Jinder Mahal's reign as WWE Champion lasted 170 days but many WWE legends had runs shorter than him.
Jinder Mahal lost his WWE Championship to AJ Styles on the 7th November episode of SmackDown, which brought an end to his 170-day long title reign.
The Modern Day Maharaja's title reign may divide opinions amongst the WWE Universe but there is no denying that it was one long run.
Don't believe me? Well, let me throw some stats at you, which will highlight just how long Jinder Mahal's first-ever reign as WWE Champion was.
Here are 5 WWE legends, the length of whose combined title-reigns is shorter than one reign of The Modern Day Maharaja (170 days):
Note: The title reigns of the WWE superstars which have been considered are those as WWE Champion and do not include reigns as World Heavyweight Champion (Big Gold Belt).
Honorable Mention: Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan
Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan may not be classified as WWE legends right now but they will surely go down as two of the greatest to have ever graced the hallowed squared circle of the WWE.
However, despite the popularity of one and the lack thereof of the other, the two have had significant runs as WWE Champions. However, when you take a closer look, it might be significant but the duration of the reign is not that impressive.
Daniel Bryan -- who is a 3-time World Champion -- has been the champion for a total of 65 days. Reigns, on the other hand, also a 3-time Champion has held the title for only 118 days.