Jinder Mahal hopes an old WWE match will be restored

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Jinder Mahal hopes an old WWE match will be restored

In recent years, WWE has created several truly innovative and interesting match types from scratch. One above all was the famous cinematic match of the Firefly Fun House, which aired at Wrestlemania 36, ​​but also the Boneyard match of Undertaker and AJ Styles, which, to all intents and purposes, is the last match in the history of the Deadman.

with the Stamford-based Company. These, along with last year's Firefly Inferno match with TLC's Randy Orton, are just the last special matches that WWE has decided to stage on its rings, as there have been hundreds of them throughout the company's history.

Among the many, the Punjabi Prison match was staged a few times, in which two athletes were locked in two cages built with bamboo canes, from which they had to exit to win the match. Within these cages, important characters such as Batista, The Great Khali or The Undertaker himself faced off, but in the very latest contest of this genre, the athlete of Indian origins, Jinder Mahal, triumphed.

Jinder Mahal has opened up about the injury setback he suffered after making his return to WWE in-ring action in 2020.

Jinder Mahal made his long-awaited return

In July 2019, Mahal underwent surgery to repair a ruptured patella tendon.

It looked as though he was on course to challenge Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship after returning to the ring in April 2020. However, another knee injury ruled the former WWE Champion out until January 2021. In his latest interview, released for the occasion at El Brunch de WWE, the Canadian athlete with Indian origins, former WWE Champion, in fact wanted to say: "So The Great Khali currently created the match, it was originally planned to be in the first one, then took part in the second ever and I was in the third one and it's really a brutal and ferocious match.

Punjabi Prison is... I hope, I don't have to do many in my career because Punjabi Prison, you know, doesn't leave people the same as they get into it. That match pulled everything out of Great Khali, who is its creator and when I was inside the cage, Great Khali surprised everyone by making him return, so yeah, let's hope - you know what? I wouldn't mind having Drew in Punjabi Prison."

Jinder Mahal made his long-awaited return in a six-man tag team match at WWE Superstar Spectacle in January 2021. He joined forces with The Singh Brothers in a losing effort against Drew McIntyre, Rinku, and Saurav.