Indo-Canadian wrestler Jinder Mahal might have lost the WWE Championship to AJ Styles last year but if we are to deem that the Modern Day Maharaja then it will not be soon before he has the title back again in his grasp.
After getting released in 2014, Mahal has put in the extra yards and is happy to have worked his way back up the ladder. But he is surely not the one to take anything for granted and is now looking to capture all the titles that exist in the company. Mahal reported to the leading news agency that at length about his desire to win the United States Championship, and he further reclaimed that the WWE title and go on to defend it in India- something no Indian champion has ever done before.
In past weeks, Mahal has been targeting the United States Champion, Bobby Roode on SmackDown Live. While Roode has an ongoing competition with Randy Orton, rumor mills suggest that Mahal might be added to the mix. The Maharaja too has his eyes firmly set on the US title.
Mahal further added to his statement that, “I expect to be a WWE champion soon but right now I have my sights set on US Championship. Unfortunately, Daniel Bryan and Shane Mcmahon made a match at Fastlane involving Bobby Roode and Randy Orton but I should have been in that match. It was me that was standing tall over Orton and Roode for the past few weeks. But whether it is the US Championship or the WWE title- I will be successful at whatever I choose to capture. My ultimate goal is to win every championship that it is possible in WWE.”
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