Jinder Mahal is a former WWE World Heavyweight Champion. The Canadian-Indian heritage superstar was recently interviewed by Sportskeeda Wrestle Binge.
The superstar was also part of WWE’s recent tours including the one in 2023, and the previous one in 2017. WWE knows that India is a huge market for them and they leave no stone unturned to make the most out of their time when they visit the country.
It was due to this reason that they had John Cena wrestle in India for the first time. This comes after The Cenation Leader has had a two-decade career in the WWE.
The former World Heavyweight Champion spoke on a wide variety of aspects including the fact that John Cena wrestled in India for the first time. The moment was exhilarating for the members of the WWE Universe in India, as it was for Jinder Mahal. H/T: WrestlingNews.co for transcription
Incredible. John Cena doesn’t wrestle that much anymore and to have India be lucky enough to have John Cena, historic night.
Jinder was asked if there could be an Indian Bloodline taking over the WWE. He looked positive on the possibility, and even hoped of having a WWE Performance Centre in India. While these are mere aspirations by Jinder Mahal, one never knows what may come true as you can ‘Never say Never’ in the WWE.
Of course it could. I mean, we’re trying our best. I really think it’s important for WWE to do another tryout in India, maybe have a Performance Center in India, then truly another Bloodline, an Indian Bloodline will take over all of WWE, but before that, we need our youth to stay motivated, set goals and work hard to get yourself ready to become The Bloodline.
Roman Reigns has had an excellent run in the WWE as the WWE Universal Champion. Speaking about the fact on who can dethrone Roman Reigns, Jinder Mahal felt that only The Tribal Chief can dethrone himself.
I think the only one that can dethrone Roman Reigns is himself when he retires. That’s my answer. Right now, just so much momentum. He has Paul Heyman in his ear guiding him, and of course his schedule, he only comes around once in a while. He picks his shots. So he has every advantage.
While it may look true at this juncture, anything can happen and we never know what will be the course of outcome for the current Head of The Table.
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