WWE Champ Jinder Mahal Speaks About Plans To Win Over More Fans

The Maharajah gets it.
Much of the WWE Universe is not quite impressed with Jinder Mahal’s meteoric rise from career also-ran to WWE Champion. When he beat one of the WWE’s all-time great icons, Randy Orton, a 13-time champion, many fans cried foul.
Mahal recently spoke with USA Today‘s Josh Barnett and mapped out his plans to further legitimize himself as a main event player going forward.

Here’s what Mahal had to say:

I see Randy and A.J. Styles (as opponents), but I’m hoping for Cena when he gets back (from hiatus). I know some people don’t see me as championship material. I haven’t fully gotten their confidence. Beating someone like Cena would solidify me in their eyes as champion.

Mahal also spoke about not referring to himself as the new “American Dream” after he had used that moniker on an episode of Talking Smack:
Nobody told me to say that and nobody told me not to say it. It was just how I felt. I am the new American Dream because I have worked so hard to get to where I am. Many people don’t give me the credit I deserve. No one in WWE is out-dieting me, no one is out-training me. It shouldn’t be a surprise that I’m the WWE champion. Simply put, I am working the hardest.

I could say that again. It’s something I just believe. I enjoy being Talking Smack. It’s an open forum. But literally not one person said, don’t say that again.
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