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Originally Planned SummerSlam 2017 Main Event Still Taking Place, Face of SmackDown Live Gets Changed, Former WWF Champion Still Has The Desire To Work One Last Match In WWE, Possible Spoiler For Attack On Raw, Mae Young Classic

Brock Lesnar SummerSlam 2017 Opponent, Broken Matt Hardy, Goldust, Mae Young Classic Tournament

Let’s take a look at the top 20 news stories of the day from the world of WWE (SummerSlam 2017, Money In The Bank 2017) & Professional Wrestling:

20. Jinder Mahal Reveals How He Gained His Confidence In The Ring After Leaving WWE
During a recent interview with FOX Sports, WWE Champion Jinder Mahal talked about his big Title win at Backlash 2017, his relationship with Vince McMahon & more. Below are the highlights:

Vince McMahon’s message for him after winning the title:

“He was very happy, shook my hand. He was standing up when I came back through Gorilla. I get a lot of advice from Vince. I believe he’s a genius, so a lot of promos and everything… the last couple weeks after a match or a promo, Vince is the first person that I come to talk to. He was very happy, he could see that I was improving, and Vince is one of those guys… if you care, he cares about you. I have a great relationship with Vince now, which is one of those things I never had before, because I would kind of avoid him. But now I come back and Vince is the first person that I see every week.”

Jinder Mahal wins the WWE Championship at Backlash 2017

Jinder Mahal wins the WWE Championship at Backlash 2017

Triple H recently saying that when he returned to WWE in 2016, he was a “man as opposed to a kid trying to make it in the business”:

“He is right. I was 23, I was right out of college, and then I debuted, I was on the SmackDown roster when I was 24. So it was a little bit too much too soon. I’ll be the first to admit that I wasn’t quite ready for the responsibility inside the ring and outside the ring. I got sidetracked.

Now, looking back, being released was one of the best things that ever happened to me because I developed so much as a performer and as a person outside the ring. Inside of the ring, I got my confidence back. I had lost my confidence just working short matches, losing in like three minutes. I had to wrestle in these 20-minute long matches, main-event style matches, and I got my confidence back. So that was very important.”

        
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