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WWE News: Jinder Mahal has a message for Triple H ahead of their match in India

882   //    23 Nov 2017, 12:13 IST

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Jinder Mahal held the WWE Championship for 170 days on his first ever reign...

What's the story?

Jinder Mahal took to Twitter late on Tuesday evening to send a message to Triple H ahead of their clash on December 9th in New Dehli, India. Take a look at his post below:

In case you didn't know...

After a 170-day reign with the WWE Championship, Jinder Mahal lost the title to AJ Styles on the November 7th edition of SmackDown Live in Manchester, United Kingdom.

The heart of the matter

Jinder calls this upcoming contest the biggest match in Indian history when he faces "The Game", Triple H. He admits that after seeing more of Triple H the past few months than over the past few years, he is still proven to be an unstoppable force.

However, in front of Mahal's people on his land, he is the one who becomes unstoppable. To end the promo, Jinder says that Triple H will bow down before him.

There was a speculation that Jinder would regain the WWE Championship on this week's edition of SmackDown Live so he could be the champion for the tour of India, but those plans changed. Now, Jinder will face AJ Styles at Clash Of Champions.

What's next?

Next week's edition of SmackDown Live will feature the Singh Brothers (accompanied by Jinder Mahal) taking on AJ Styles in a 3-on-1handicap match. The WWE Championship match between Jinder and AJ will take place in a little over three weeks at Clash Of The Champions live from Boston, Massachusetts.

Author's take...

This definitely is an interesting match pitting one of the best from the past 20 years against a wrestler who saw a major resurgence in 2017. I'm not sure how this match will go but assume that the "Modern Day Maharaja" wins to stay strong for his match against AJ, a week later on the next pay per view.

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