Wednesday, 17 October, 2018

Jinder Mahal Responds To Triple H; News For This Week's SmackDown Live

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Stacy Diaz | 14 November, 2017, 02:05

In a pair of videos on Twitter, HHH has challenged Jinder Mahal for a match on the upcoming India tour, which Mahal and the Singh Brothers have accepted. Since Triple H is unlikely to need to be in a match for the title for this to be a big deal, it looks like the WWE Championship will be staying on AJ Styles for the long haul.

But all the speculation regarding his opponent in India can be put to rest now. Those are the questions that Triple H posed on Twitter when he issued a challenge for a match against Mahal when WWE goes on tour there in December. It will be for the biggest match in India's history.

"I'm honoured that you considered me as an opponent in India, in New Delhi". Let me hear your voice and if it is loud enough then I'll return to New Delhi on December 9 and I will step into that ring to compete.

The fact that Triple H wants to wrestle Mahal is good news for the "Modern Day Maharaja".

Later, Mahal responded to Triple H, saying it was his biggest match in his career, going on to accept the challenge. So Delhi walo? Dasso yeh match dekhna chahte hoh aap?

After originally being booked to challenge Universal champion Brock Lesnar in a non-title champion vs. champion match at Survivor Series, Mahal isn't on the pay-per-view card that takes place next Sunday.

Starting his career as Terra Ryzing at the World Championship Wrestling (WCW), Triple H moved to World Wrestling Federation under his ring nameJean-Paul Lévesque. He recently teamed up with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins for five events from November 1-5 during the company's tour of the United Kingdom.