Later, Mahal responded to Triple H, saying it was his biggest match in his career, going on to accept the challenge.
There are two WWE Raw live events in New Delhi, India at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium on Friday, December 8 and Saturday, December 9. Even if he doesn't though, at least he can have a big match otherwise.
From what looks like his private workout studio, Triple H took to the Internet asking fans how badly they'd like to see him in the ring while the WWE toured India. This is coming on the heels of Mahal losing the WWE Championship to AJ Styles this past week on Smackdown, which provided Smackdown with an increase in TV ratings. India has a very enthusiastic wrestling fanbase and WWE wants to capitalize on the big market. "Consider the challenge accepted by me, now @wweindia and #wweuniverse India let's all make this happen".
During the E&C podcast, former World Champions Edge and Christian revealed their thoughts on Styles becoming the new champion, last week in Manchester. Mahal would have been positioned as a complete babyface against Owens in India.
Triple H said he will step into the ring in New Delhi. 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. "It will be Modern Day Maharaja Jinder Mahal, the former WWE champion against the King of Kings, The Game, The Cerebral Assassin", Triple H said. It makes me wonder if there is something more to Mahal dropping the title. It's a nice treat for the fans in India to see a legend like Triple H in action.
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