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Former WWE Champion Jinder Mahal Returns To In-Ring Action On WWE RAW

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Jinder Mahal had suffered a knee harm

Former WWE Champion Jinder Mahal has made his return to WWE. The Maharaja appeared throughout an episode of RAW in Orlando, Florida on the WWE Efficiency Middle. He beat Akira Tozawa in a singles match for his return. That is Mahal’s first look on WWE tv since June 2019.

Jinder Mahal made a dominant comeback as he beat Tozawa in a brief match along with his finisher. The wrestler was final seen on the Tremendous ShowDown occasion the place he competed within the 50-man battle royal. He then confronted Ali at a home present. The previous WWE Champion was additionally part of WWE 24/7 Title chase segments. He grew to become a two-time WWE 24/7 Champion earlier than shedding the title for good. Nevertheless, WWE then introduced that Jinder Mahal had suffered a knee harm.

Final June, Mahal went to Birmingham, Alabama to endure knee surgical procedure at Andrews Sports activities Medication & Orthopaedic Middle.

Now, the previous 3MB member is again with a bang. He has reportedly signed a 5-year deal with WWE.

Jinder Mahal received the WWE Championship again in 2017, dividing the WWE Universe. Whereas many appreciated him getting some recognition, for others it was too sudden of an increase from his time as a jobber. It was a meteoric rise to the highest for the wrestler.

Jinder received the title from The Viper Randy Orton and retained it towards Baron Corbin and Shinsuke Nakamura. He finally misplaced the title to AJ Kinds earlier than the Survivor Sequence. Jinder Mahal had not been doing a lot after shedding his title. He had a really temporary United States Championship run however hasn’t been in a position to recreate the success.

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