“I loved Jinder Mahal” WWE Hall of Famer reveals how he loved the most shocking title change in 2017

WWE Hall of Famer Road Dogg said that Jinder Mahal deserves another run as the top star of the company.

Jinder Mahal
Jinder Mahal and Singh Brothers

One of the few Indian wrestlers with a successful career in the WWE is Jinder Mahal. When he was able to defeat Randy Orton and win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in 2017 on the WWE Premium event Backlash, it was one of the most stunning events in history.

Jinder Mahal rose from a jobber to the top of the organization in just one month, but he then fell back to his previous status because he hasn’t been given much of a chance afterward. He now has one of the worst win rates on the main roster because he has already lost 97% of his bouts there.

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Jinder Mahal is getting better in the in-ring competition day by day

Jinder Mahal
Road Dogg and Jinder Mahal

Former WWE Superstar Road Dogg is a very illustrious name in the company’s history. He is well-known throughout the entire wrestling world and was a significant member of D generation X, the most notorious WWE faction ever. In his entire career, he has accomplished a lot.

The contemporary Maharaja Jinder Mahal, according to Road Dogg, is getting smarter and better in the ring every day, and there is no reason why he can’t rise to the top of the organization once more and win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

The Bollywood Boyz or Singh Brothers partnership of Jinder Mahal, also known as the time’s factions, was too fantastic, according to Road Dogg, and he enjoyed watching them all make a strong statement on the Smackdown brand. He believes Jinder needs a push and some credibility.

Road Dogg said, “Yeah, honestly, I think he can,” revealed Road Dogg. “He is not getting anything but better in the ring and wiser and smarter about how to work smart. Yeah, I think there is no reason in the world why he couldn’t be a champion again. So, look, I was still the lead writer of the show. I loved Jinder. I loved the fact that we got the Bollywood Boyz, the Singh Brothers, in there with them. Like, I don’t know, I loved the package.” 

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Anurag bhardwaj is a huge wrestling fan since 2015. Anurag is a student who lives in Delhi and loves to write about different things.