The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) might not be as much popular as any other sport or game in India, but there are many crazy fans in the country who follow it. Now, you are getting another reason to follow this game. An Indian-origin wrestler, Jinder Mahal will be going to compete with Randy Orton for the WWE Heavyweight Championship on Sunday.
Excited over his entry into the final of the world's biggest wrestling league, Mahal said that he is proud to be representing India in WWE.
“I’m very proud to be representing India in the WWE. It makes me proud that I’m representing all of them on such a big scale and I hope I can become WWE Champion and make all of India proud,” Mahal told to a daily newspaper.
Mahal's career is full of ups and downs. Few people know that he joined WWE in 2011 but he came into limelight few months ago. In 2014, due to his not-so-good performance, his contract was not renewed. But he again joined the company in 2016 and since then he never looked back.
Taking on his haters, he said that he will silent them all in the final of the Championship match. He further said that Chicago and America are full of haters.
“I’m one win away from becoming WWE Champion. One win away from making all my dreams come true and changing my life. I’m going to be more aggressive and I’m training harder now. I’m not the champion yet but that’s the goal, to be WWE Champion.”
Born in a Punjabi family in Canada, he completed his education from the University of Calgary. Now, he is aiming to make fans in India by becoming the WWE Heavyweight Champion.