Former WWE World Champion Jinder Mahal who is also a former WWE United States Champion recently revealed that it was his idea to team up with Indus Sher. He revealed that it was him who asked Vince McMahon to pair Indus Sher with him.
After winning the WWE Championship in 2017, Mahal is having back to back injury is that kept him sidelined from action for quite a while.
Jinder Mahal Reveals It Was His Idea To Team Up With Indus Sher
He also won the WWE United States Championship at WrestleMania 34. WWE tried to push him every now and then. But injuries have always been a barrier to his career. He could never be pushed properly after dropping the WWE Championship to AJ Styles.
Recently, he made his return to WWE once again, and as always he is being portrayed as a heel. This time he is seen being teamed up with two individuals, Veer and Shanky. Both of these two individuals are taken straight from the WWE performance centre and they both are born and brought up in India. Even though Veer and Shanky are not the actual Indus Sher Tag Team.
The Indus Sher was a tag team from the NXT which consisted Veer and Saurav Gurjar aka Saurav. But it was earlier reported that Saurav is not ready to be a part of the main roster yet. It was also reported that he was in India during the main roster call up. So WWE had to replace him with Shanky. Even though it has not been confirmed if Saurav I will Sooner Or Later join the stable.
Jinder Mahal who is a former WWE United States Champion recently spoke to Inside the Ropes where he revealed that it was his idea to team up with Indus Sher. He revealed that it was him who asked Vince McMahon to pair Indus Sher with him. He said;
“Yes. So when I came back, I spoke to Vince about giving me the Indus Sher tag team, Saurav and Rinku, Veer and Saurav. Unfortunately, Saurav was in India, so I got Shanky.
“So it wasn’t the original plan, but, you know, making it work, and hopefully when Saurav makes it back. He’s dealing with some visa issues. I think once they get sorted, you know, let’s add more more to the group because the Indus Sher tag team in NXT, phenomenal, great look.”
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