Finally, the failed Jinder Mahal experiment comes to an end. Even if Jinder gets the title back for the India tour, AJ/Brock is an infinitely better main event for a PPV.
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I gotta say, while Jinder wasn't exactly the best champion, he did rise as much as possible to the opportunity in front of him. I've been more or less into his act, and AJ honestly got a pretty good match with him, too, so against the right opponent, he's not even that bad of a worker. I'd love to see him with the US title or in a similar position down the line.
Originally posted by Big BadFinally, the failed Jinder Mahal experiment comes to an end. Even if Jinder gets the title back for the India tour, AJ/Brock is an infinitely better main event for a PPV.
Yes, even if Jinder gets the title back in India this switch is a sign they've soured on Jinder. I wouldn't be surprised if Jinder wins the title in India but loses it right back to AJ afterwards. I'd prefer a World Title not change hands that often but padding AJ's resume with more World Title reigns isn't the worst thing in the world.
It's probably because Lesnar-Mahal doesn't set the WWE Universe on fire at all. They try hard with Jinder but nobody believes he's in Lesnar's league. Which actually made me fear they'd let Mahal win and probably Brock laughed at that idea and told 'em to call him when they found a serious opponent.
Not sure I'll like AJ-Lesnar much more. Brock phones it in these days. But at least it should create some more fan interest and thus ticket sales.
I'm more surprised by the Shield guys losing the titles. Though now it seems like they're going to do a Shield vs New Day match.