WWE News: Triple H issues a stern warning to Jinder Mahal
What did Triple H have to say to the Maharajah?
What’s the story?
In a video from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, Triple H issued a stern warning to Jinder Mahal ahead of their live event clash in New Delhi.
Triple H asserted that it’s now his job to build the new generation of talent in the WWE, and he will indeed ‘help’ Mahal by humbling the latter in front of his hometown fans:
In case you didn’t know…
The WWE recently announced that Triple H vs Jinder Mahal will headline the WWE’s live event ‘Supershow’ in New Delhi, India on December 9th.
The show is being billed as India’s biggest professional wrestling match, as ‘The King Of Kings’ Triple H competes against ‘The Modern Day Maharajah’ Jinder Mahal.
The heart of the matter
Triple H explained that he now bears the responsibility of teaching the next wave of talent; ensuring the future is secure and helping WWE’s athletes become the best in the world.
Furthermore, Triple H elucidated that he always pushed them to their limits and sees to it that they’re better than they were before. The Game added:
“Jinder, I have taken it upon myself than to make you better. Sometimes the best way to improve is to learn from your failures.”
“So, I come to New Delhi on December the 9th, Jinder, in front of 1.3 billion of your people. And I come here to teach you (and) to ensure that you are everything you say you are.”
Triple H pointed out that Mahal will enter this world on December 9th, and the Game will humble the Maharajah; proving that there’s only one true king -- the King Of Kings Triple H.
Triple H competes against Jinder Mahal at the WWE’s live event which goes down at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi, India on December 9th.
Triple H never ceases to amaze in any of his acts -- be it a promo or a match.
There is considerable hype surrounding Triple H vs. Jinder Mahal in India and the WWE Universe in the land of the seven rivers awaits the King Of Kings to grace the squared circle this side of the lake.