"I think his Championship run was incredibly interesting and successful to our global audience and not just to India," said McMahon. "If he became a bit of a hero in India as a result, well that is awesome too... Jinder of course is playing the antagonist here in the States. I think he was received as a homecoming hero when he performed live in India and whenever there is a local star there is significance to the audience there. Our audience is so much bigger, it is global, so we have to entertain everyone."
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- The Big Show shared the photo below on his Instagram this week looking in great shape. The Big Show has been out of action since losing a steel cage match to Braun Strowman on RAW last September. He underwent hip resurfacing surgery shortly after and recently said that he will "definitely be back by WrestleMania."