Jinder Mahal plays cricket with Special Olympics Bharat Kids

Jinder is in India for a mega fight with Triple H.

JInder Mahal with kids | Twitter

Former WWE champion Jinder Mahal played cricket ahead of the clash with Triple H (Paul Michael Levesque) at the World Wrestling Entertainment's 'Supershow' in Delhi. The Modern Day Maharaja took some time out to interact and play cricket with the some Special Olympics Bharat Kids. 

Mahal arrived in India on Thursday with The Singh brothers, Samir and Sunil.

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The wrestler was also seen training with the Indian boxer, Vijdener Singh. Jinder Mahal also invited Vijender for the WWE Supershow on December 9, against Triple H, and Vijender invited Mahal to Jaipur on December 23, for his upcoming 'Rajasthan Rumble' fight against Ghana's Ernest Amuzu.

Jinder had recently met his childhood hero – Sachin Tendulkar. He also showed a desire to fight with Triple H for his supershow in front of the legendary cricketer. 

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“When I was a kid, my father got me a bat from India which was very similar to what Sachin (Tendulkar) used to play with at that time. The gift was very special for me as I was a huge fan of Sachin and meeting him was like a dream come true for me,” Jinder quoted by Hindustan Times as saying.

“I was fortunate to meet him at his house and his son Arjun, who is a big WWE fan, was also there. I want him to be my special guest and it will be awesome to perform in front of him,” he further asserted.

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By Sihyeu Singh - 08 Dec, 2017

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