Sounds like Triple H's challenge to Jinder Mahal for the upcoming WWE India Tour has been accepted.
Mahal's six-month reign as WWE champion came to an end on the November 7 episode of SmackDown Live, when he was defeated by A.J. Styles in the main event.
But all the speculation regarding his opponent in India can be put to rest now.
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Here is the challenge tweet from Triple H in which he called it the "Biggest Match in India's History". "Consider the challenge accepted by me, now @wweindia and #wweuniverse India let's all make this happen". But I must warn you Triple H.you may be the King of Kings but I'm The Modern Day Maharaja and I'm simply unstoppable when I have my people with me.
Calling it the biggest match in Indian history, Triple H said that he could compete but the question is if India and Jinder Mahal are ready for it. So Delhi walo? Dasso yeh match dekhna chahte hoh aap? Even if he doesn't though, at least he can have a big match otherwise.
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WWE set up Mahal vs. It's possible Triple H will lose the match in order to make Mahal look good in front of the Indian people.
The famous husband of the WWE executive Stephanie McMahon, Triple H, Paul Michael Levesque in real life, is a popular professional wrestler with an estimated net worth of $25 million. However, he is having a resurgence in the ring this year.
No word yet on who Mahal will face on the December 8 show.
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