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Jinder Mahal wants to wrestle The Rock, comments on The Undertaker’s possible retirement

WWE Champion Jinder Mahal recently spoke with SportsKeeda to promote this Sunday’s Money In The Bank pay-per-view event in St. Louis, MO at the Royal Farms Arena. During the interview, he was asked about which legend he would love to have a program with. Mahal named Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

“I think The Rock would be my perfect pick just because he’s such a huge Superstar and growing up he was one of my favourites, you know he was my idol. Just everything – from the way he spoke to his fashion sense to his style in the ring – you know he was a very fierce competitor.” He said that Rock was very strong and great on the microphone. He added that The Rock would be his dream opponent of all time to work with. He said that he still thinks the match is possible and can happen one day as The Rock likes to comeback to WWE every once in awhile

After years of speculation of when Taker would retire from pro wrestling, it appears that he had his farewell at WrestleMania 33 in the main event against Roman Reigns. During the interview, he was asked about The Undertaker’s retirement.

“I believe there is another chapter left but that’s the thing about the WWE, that’s the thing with Undertaker, he’s so mysterious, he’s so unpredictable, you don’t know what that chapter’s going to be. You know he can pop up anytime, he can pop on RAW or on SmackDown. He can pop up at WrestleMania, you just never know, but I believe that he still has something left. But that’s just my opinion. Even if he’s done, he’ll go down as one of the greatest of all time.”

Mahal also talked about the first-ever women’s Money In The Bank ladder match and more. You can read the entire interview here.






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