WWE News – Former World Champion cleared to return after 10 months’ absence

  • One week after the release of WWE, another superstar may be set to return
  • Jinder Mahal has not appeared in WWE since June 2019


Changed 18 Apr 2020, 23:41 IST

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The former Of the WWE Keeper Zinda Mahal He confirmed that he was able to return to the in-ring competition.

The 3-year-old was injured in a knee injury against Mostafa Ali at the WWE Live event on June 27th and was He was forced to undergo an operation two weeks later.

Mahal teased before the 2020 Royal Rumble At any event, when he returns to the Instagram post saying “Will be back soon”, he has not appeared on the show.

Now, three months later, Wrestling Rumors’ Chris Featherstone The former 3MB member has told him that he is ready to return and is looking forward to being re-introduced to television.

“I reached out to WWE Champion Jinder Mahal to test both his WWE status, as well as injury status. Mahal said he is currently ‘clean and waiting’. “

Jinder Mahal’s WWE Status

Following the reign of his five-month WWE Championship in 2017, Jinder Mahal won the United States Championship in 2018 and advanced to the final of the mixed match challenge tournament with Alicia Fox.

In 2002, the “modern-day king” won the R-Truth’s 24/7 championship at the golf course and at the airport tarmac, sidelining him for the last ten months before injury.

Since then, the most notable mention of Mahal in WWE programming came on October 27 when he was drafted from SmackDown to RAW as part of the WWE Draft.

Most of the injured superstars were not selected in the draft, but the former WWE Champion roster was selected as the # 18 pick on the second night of the roster change.

Despite his injury status at the time, Mahal was even more favored than Samoa Joe (# 21), The Midge (# 22), Baron Corbin (# 24) and Ray Misterio (# 26).

Published April 18, 2020, 23:41 IST

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