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Jinder Mahal Comments On Losing To Triple H (Video Of Him Losing To Triple H & Then Dancing With Him), 6 Man Hell In A Cell Match Took Place 17 Years Ago Today

Jinder Mahal Maharaja

• 6 Man Hell In A Cell Match Took Place 17 Years Ago Today

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 10, 2000, the World Wrestling Federation aired their annual ‘Armageddon’ event LIVE on PPV from the Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center in Birmingham, Alabama.

The once-in-a-lifetime main event match inside the unforgiving ‘Hell in a Cell’ cage featured some of THE biggest & most famous Attitude Era names out there, when WWF World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle had to defend his title against The Rock, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Triple H, The Undertaker & Rikishi.

Here are the results:

The Radicalz (Dean Malenko, Eddie Guerrero and Perry Saturn) defeated Team Xtreme (Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy and Lita)

WWF European Championship
William Regal (c) defeated Hardcore Holly

Val Venis defeated Chyna

Last Man Standing match
Chris Jericho defeated Kane

Fatal 4-Way – WWF Tag Team Championship
Edge & Christian defeated The Dudley Boyz, K-Kwik & Road Dogg and Right to Censor (c)

WWF Intercontinental Championship
Chris Benoit defeated Billy Gunn (c)

WWF Women’s Championship
Ivory (c) defeated Molly Holly and Trish Stratus

Hell in a Cell – WWF Championship
Kurt Angle (c) defeated Rikishi, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H and The Undertaker

You can watch the highlights from the main event below:

• Jinder Mahal Comments On Losing To Triple H, Video Of Him Losing To Triple H & Then Dancing With Him

At yesterday’s WWE Live Event in New Delhi, India, 14 time World Champion “The King of Kings” Triple H proved that he’s still “The Game” when he defeated the former WWE Champion “The Modern Day Maharaja” Jinder Mahal in a PPV main event caliber match that lasted 30 minutes.

After the match was over, Triple H put over Mahal and said the following:

“I’ve been coming here since 1996. It’s an honor to be back here again. But it’s an honor to step in this ring with The Modern Day Maharaja. I can tell you this – Many people may criticize you, many people may hate you for no reason, but know this…you have earned my respect. India is in good hands with The Modern Day Maharaja.”

Below is what Jinder tweeted after his loss to “The Game”:

You can watch the huge pop for Triple H’s entrance, the finish of the match and Jinder & Triple H dancing below:

You can watch the complete match and the post-match segment below:

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