Triple H and Jinder Mahal add hype to WWE India main event

By: Raja
Triple H (image courtesy Twitter)

Bengaluru, November 30: The WWE is scheduled to host a string of shows in the eastern countries including the subcontinent, India in the second week of December.

The promotion returns to India after two years to host a house show which will be exclusively Monday Night Raw's event with multiple names from the flagship show that are set to compete in it.

However, a name from Smackdown Live will headline the show and It will be none other than the India's own, Jinder Mahal.

The Mordern Day Maharaja was originally scheduled to face Kevin Owens in this bout and since he was the WWE Champion at the time of announcement, the contest was supposed to be a title match.

But, the scenario changed quickly as AJ Styles ended Jinder's long championship reign and the former champ will now compete in a match which is even bigger. The 14-time world champion, Triple H will be his opponent in a non-title bout during WWE Live event in India.

Jinder had an opportunity to reclaim the title at the Starrcade event but lost the match.

However, that did not hamper his confidence. He recently tweeted a video addressing the WWE COO, where The Modern-day Maharaja alluded that the fans have seen Triple H reign supreme inside the ring lately, and concluded that in India, it will be entirely different.

The Cerebral Assassin knows how Jinder Mahal is different from all his former opponents. So, he needs to be prepared to bow down to the home-land favorite.

Triple H wasted no time to hit back at his opponent in a video posted on his Twitter account, where he stated that in India, the former WWE Champion will learn to respect The Game and know why there's only one king in the WWE.

WWE is trying to add huge hype to the upcoming tour to India and this Twitter war is also a part of it. The match between Triple H and Jinder Mahal is being referred as the biggest main event in the history of the country and It is set to go down at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi, India.

Story first published: Thursday, November 30, 2017, 16:08 [IST]
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