What are WWE's plans for Jinder Mahal and his stable?

What are WWE's plans for Jinder Mahal and his stable?

In recent weeks, Jinder Mahal, former WWE Champion who also had a big feud with AJ Styles in the main event of Friday Night Smackdown a few years ago, has returned to tread the WWE scene, presenting himself with a new all-Indian stable, composed of Modern Day Maharaja himself and two other athletes of Indian descent, renamed Veer and Shanky.

After appearing for the first time as a stable in an episode of the Main Event, where the former WWE Champion had beaten none other than Jeff Hardy, in the immediately following episode of Monday Night Raw, WWE wanted to do things big, presenting the stable also in the rings of the red show, where the Indian team currently seems to reside.

Jinder Mahal recently returned to RAW

As we have seen in the construction of the stable, alongside Jinder Mahal there are not both former NXT athletes, the Indus Sher, but only one of them, Veer (the former Rinku). Initially, the WWE's idea was precisely to join Malcolm Bivens' two former proteges at the Modern Day Maharaja, but as always, some problems prevented such plans.

As confirmed to the microphones of the Fightful Select, a well-known podcast of the homonymous site, the journalists from overseas reported how the initial idea of ​​the WWE was to combine both Indus Sher in Mahal, but the impossibility of bringing Saurav back to the scene, made the company change their mind about him.

According to Fightful reporters, in fact, at the moment Saurav is said to be not "ready to be sent on TV", without further details being added to the sentence. It is therefore not known at the moment if a physical problem or a real preparation problem of the wrestler has made WWE lean towards the solution implemented at the end on the Main Event television screens for the first time.

However, it seems very plausible how Jinder Mahal will continue to move forward with this line-up, continuing to win and even going so far as to be able to compete for some title of the Monday night red show, also because there is always time to add Saurav to the team too once it is deemed ready by WWE management.

Shanky and Veer both competed in WWE's Superstar Spectacle special in January earlier this year. Shanky teamed up with Giant Zanjeer, Rey Mysterio, and Ricochet to beat the heel collective of Cesaro, Dolph Ziggler, King Corbin, and Shinsuke Nakamura.

Veer was still a member of Indus Sher at the time, and the team main-evented the show with Drew McIntyre by their side for some six-man action against Jinder Mahal and The Bollywood Boyz.

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