• WWE is leaving no stone unturned to make the WWE Live in India a successful event. All the prime superstars from the flagship show were already confirmed for the show with Jinder Mahal and Kevin Owens from Smackdown Live. Also, AJ Styles is expected to be on the show since he is the current WWE Champion.

    Recently, the event has got even bigger after none other than Triple H entered the fray. In a video posted on Twitter, the EVP of talent relations threw a challenge to the former WWE Champion. He expressed his desire to face Jinder Mahal in a single match in the live event that is set to take place in New Delhi on December 8th and 9th.

    In recent times, The Game has been performing on a regular basis on the house shows the WWE. So, he wanted to make this upcoming tour, worth a watch for the fans in India. Hence, less than a month remaining from the show, the 14-time world champion indicated to embrace the show with his presence.

    Check out his quotes from the video,
    “On my recent trip to Mumbai, I was asked a million times- would I consider stepping back into the ring in India in December? I’ve decided, India, that if you want it bad enough, I will. Reply here. Let me hear your voice, and if it is loud enough, then I will return to New Delhi on December 9th.”

    The Modern-day Maharaja has noticed the message on Twitter and responded to it, at the earliest accepting the challenge. Thus, the match was made official which is being promoted as the biggest main event in the country’s history.

    This is going to be a dream bout for the fans in India. We could barely imagine that none other than the Cerebral Assassin of the WWE would be performing in our home-country against the home-land superstar. Needless to say that Triple H’s entry to the match card of the show will also increase the ticket selling to a big extent.

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