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Spoiler On The Intercontinental Title Match On Raw & No Mercy 2017 Title Match, Jinder Mahal On Wrestling The Great Khali In Front Of 60,000 Fans

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Spoiler On The Intercontinental Title Match On Raw & No Mercy 2017 Title Match

On the upcoming episode of Raw, WWF Veteran Jeff Hardy will face The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship. It should be noted that Jeff won’t be winning the Title as WWE has plans to continue The Miz – Jason Jordan feud for No Mercy 2017 PPV for the Intercontinental Championship.

Another confirmation for this feud is that The Miz defended his Intercontinental Title against Jordan at a recent Raw Live Event (and what happens at Live Events is usually what’s about to happen on WWE programming). Below are the results from last night’s WWE Raw Live Event in Wichita, Kansas:

Battle Royal to determine the #1 contender for the Intercontinental Championship: Jason Jordan wins.

Raw Tag Team Championship Match: Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose (c) def. Cesaro & Sheamus and The Hardy Boyz to retain the Titles.

Finn Balor def. Elias

John Cena def. Bray Wyatt

Raw Women’s Championship Match: Alexa Bliss (c) def. Alicia Fox, Sasha Banks & Nia Jax to retain the Title.

Intercontinental Championship Match: The Miz (c) def. Jason Jordan to retain the Title.

Roman Reigns def. Braun Strowman via DQ.

Jinder Mahal On Wrestling The Great Khali In Front Of 60,000 Fans

During a recent interview with QC Online, WWE Champion “The Modern Day Maharaja” Jinder Mahal talked about wrestling The Great Khali in front of 60,000 people in India, defending his WWE Title againt Randy Orton at a Live Event in Moline, IL & more. Below are the highlights:

On wrestling The Great Khali in Khali’s CWE promotion in India:

“It was amazing; we had over 60,000 people. It was a great reception…. The fans were very passionate, very proud.”

On representing India as the WWE Champion and India’s huge WWE fanbase:

“It’s a great feeling to be champion, a proud feeling I’m representing India. India is proud to have a WWE champion. It’s very popular there, with a large viewership. Growing up, my uncle was a huge influence on me, and who I go to advice even still now in my current position.”

On defending his Title against Randy Orton at an upcoming Live Event:

“He’s an incredible performer, 13 times champion. Randy is there to ultimately take the WWE championship away from me. It’s my duty to ensure I walk out of Moline the WWE Champion.”

        
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