Yesterday we learned that WWE SummerSlam (2017) has not yet sold all its tickets , and today we are just over a day of this second WrestleMania, which will have in its fight for the maximum title two atypical talents. For its origins, Jinder Mahal and Shinsuke Nakamura are the most exotic opponents of the story of the summer event , and whose grief can not be explained without some commercial objectives for the East. We will see how long the company prefers to focus more on these tasks than on purely fights, because for now, the dynamics is not being positive.
Last Thursday, Mahal went to Busted Open Radio to promote the promotion of his fight with Nakamura, and offered his expectations on the title fight :
“The Modern Maharaja” continues to talk about his Sunday duel, focusing on the aspects that should pay more attention :
“Yes, uncle, his beating, his unpredictability is a very important factor. Just as his charisma, his movements, is unique. He does not look like anyone I’ve faced. Very unorthodox but effective. So I think we’re going to have a very, very hard fight, and I hope to work with him in the future because I see him as a stellar talent for quite some time. Together with me, I see myself also under the same foci . I’m not going to take a step back, many people ask me this question, ‘What did you feel when you won the WWE Championship?’ It was like, ‘Oh, my God, I’ve got something.’ Honestly, it was not strange, it was not, because my goals are much bigger than this . “
Then Mahal continued talking about his future in WWE , painting a very ambitious horizon:
“I do not want to be a champion once. My goal is not just to win the championship, and it took a lot of work to get here, but once I won, I want to keep it. I already said this in Talking Smack , when Baron Corbin won the Money in the Bank contract, they asked me something about the subject, and I said, ‘When Baron Corbin works more and better than I, I’ll give him this title. You do not need to redeem anything. If someone surpasses me in work, I will give up the title ‘ . “a