Indo-Canadian wrestler Jinder Mahal is all set to face his biggest challenge as he takes on in a while the King of Kings Triple H at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi in the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Live ‘Supershow.’
In last couple of months the 31-year-old has achieved a lot in wrestling and will surely be the favorite of crowd today.
Even though the Indian-origin superstar will get nationalism support, but Triple H is too big for the global fans being nine time WWE Champion. The 48-year-old semi-retired veteran said in one of his recent interviews Jinder need to win against him if has to prove to Indian fans.
Jinder reciprocated to the comment through a Twitter video saying he is honored Triple H is considering him as his opponent in India.
Warning Triple H he further added that fans have given him the title of The Modern Day Maharaja and so he is unstoppable when his supporters are with him in the show.
Even though the two WWE superstars are temporary rivals, but both have respect for each other and it is understood while they talk about each other. At one instance Triple H praised his counterpart saying Jinder has the potential to win and has hunger to do big things.
Jinder on the other hand has always credited Paul Michael Levesque (original name of Triple H) in a 2015 incidence for giving him second chance in the company.
On Friday Jinder said today’s match is the biggest in his career and he is a bit nervous feeling the pressure of Indian fans.
Citing Triple H’s saying that his job is to ensure the next WWE superstars are at par to the existing generation, the Indian WWE Superstar added he need the match personally to see the measuring up the King of Kings.
Jinder mentioned gradually he is becoming better in the wrestling and prime time of Triple H has become past.
Jinder Mahal joined WWE in 2010. Well-known The Great Khali is his brother-in-law and Stampede Wrestling legend Gama Singh is his uncle. He was born on 19 July 1986 as Yuvraj Singh Dhesi.