Last night, Triple H made a short video on Twitter in which he asked fans if they wanted to see him take on Mahal in New Delhi, India on December 9. Even if he doesn't though, at least he can have a big match otherwise. It won't make sense for Mahal to be WWE Champion again just to defend it against a part-timer like Triple H. Recently on Twiter, Triple H issued the challenge to Mahal. Replying to Triple H's tweet, the former WWE champion agreed to wrestle "the game" in front of the Indian crowd. It makes me wonder if there is something more to Mahal dropping the title. It's up to the WWE Universe in India to decide, but the prospect of a match between The King of Kings and The Modern Day Maharaja sounds too good to pass up.
Earlier, WWE COO and former World Champion Triple H had said, "I decided India that if you want it bad enough, I will reply you". So Delhi walo? Dasso yeh match dekhna chahte hoh aap? Let me hear your voice and if it is loud enough then I'll return to New Delhi on December 9 and I will step into that ring to compete. Since Triple H is unlikely to need to be in a match for the title for this to be a big deal, it looks like the WWE Championship will be staying on AJ Styles for the long haul.
Triple H meeting Mahal solves a lot of problems.
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Later, Mahal responded to Triple H, saying it was his biggest match in his career, going on to accept the challenge. "India, Jinder Mahal...are you ready?" he concluded.
With the end of the Wars, and in recent years, the increase of PPVs on the WWE Network, the frequency of title changes on free TV has diminished, making ones that have occurred nowadays all the more special.