Wrestlemania 2018: Jinder Mahal Becomes First Indian To Win United States Championship
Indian-born wrestler Jinder Mahal marked a historical moment early morning on Monday as he won the United States Champion at Wrestlemania 2018. With his achievement at “The Grandest Stage of Them All”, Mahal became the first Indian ever to win this title.
Definition of a self-made man
The Indo-Canadian wrestling star is the definition of a self-made man, having battled his way to the WWE Championship despite suffering trials and tribulations that would have sent any other person running away.
Fatal-four-way clash to win the title
Mahal defeated the Champion Randy Orton, Bobby Roode and Rusev in a fatal-four-way clash to win his title. His massive win came just four months after he lost his WWE title to AJ Styles.
Mahal targeted the biggest dog in the yard from the beginning in WWE, when he confronted the Great Khali. And even when he found himself set back by his own ambitions, The Modern Day Mahal continued to work for the peak, forming different alliances and adapting new styles.
Kavita Devi became the first Indian woman to make her WWE main roster
History was made at Wrestlemania 34 when Kavita Devi became the first Indian woman to make her WWE main roster at the Wrestlemania Women’s Battle. whereas she may not have won, the kurti-clad, she surely caught the eye of WWE officials.