Yuvraj Singh Dhesi aka, Jindar Mahal, is a Canadian professional wrestler who performs for WWE. Here is everything you need to know about Jindar Mahal, including his net worth, salary, records, personal life.
Jindar Mahal Facts
|Calgary, Alberta, Canada
|Net Worth (2021)
|Date of Birth
|July 19, 1986
|Cedarburg High School
|WWE Champion, WWE United States Champion, WWE 24/7 Championship
|WWE star The Great Khali’s sister with no disclosed name
|The Modern-Day Maharaja
Jinder Mahal Net Worth and Salary
As of 2021, Jinder Mahal has a net worth of $500,000 and earns $100,000 from WWE. Mahal also makes from pay-per-views and Merchandise sales.
Jinder Mahal Career
Mahal began his career in pro wrestling at the Martial Arts Fitness Center in Calgary. He made his debut in PMW as Raj Dhesi and Stampede Wrestling, where he trained with various WWE wrestlers.
The Modern Maharaja signed a WWE developmental contract with FCW in 2010 under the ring name Jinder Mahal and made his debut on television in 2011 in an episode of SmackDown.
In his first in-ring action, Mahal squared off against Vladimir Kozlov and defeated him. After that, he suffered his first loss in a tag-team match against Evan Bourne and Kofi Kingston. Mahal also competed in a 41-man battle royal but was eliminated by Randy Orton in the final three.
Mahal, along with Drew McIntyre, interfered in Heath Slaters’ match against Brodus Clay. Thus making a new stable named 3MB. 3MB went on to win against Team Co-Bro and The Usos. They competed and interfered in many battles before Mahal was released by WWE in 2014.
He performed in Independent wrestling circuits and returned to WWE in a much-improved physique on July 27, 2016. Additionally, Mahal came with a new gimmick, “The Man of Peace”.
After interference from Mahal’s new allies, The Singh Brothers, the Modern Maharaja won a six-pack challenge to earn a title match for the WWE Championship.
At WWE Backlash, pay-per-view Mahal defeated Randy Orton to win the WWE Championship for the first time in his career, and he was also the 50th WWE Champion and the first of Indian descent.
Mahal had a title reign of 170 days, defeating Orton’s likes, Shinsuke Nakamura, and even challenged Brock Lesnar for the Universal Champion at Survivor Series. However, he lost his title to AJ Styles. Mahal also became the United States Championship by defeating Rusev at WrestleMania 34.
Mahal was out of WWE for a long time due to a knee injury, but before that, he also became the two-time 24/7 Champion.
After a nine-month absence, Mahal returned at Superstar Spectacle and started a feud with Drew McIntyre, which is going on for a long time, and at SummerSlam, Mahal lost to McIntyre.
Jinder Mahal Family and Personal Life
This was born on July 19, 1986, in Calgary. He is of Indian Punjabi descent. He also holds a business degree in communication and culture. Mahal speaks his native Indian languages of Hindi and Punjabi.
He is good friends with Drew McIntyre and even was his Groomsman at McIntyre’s wedding. Dhesi’s favorite item at McDonald’s is Filet-O-Fish.
FAQs about Jinder Mahal
|What is Jinder Mahal’s net worth?
|Mahal has a net worth of approximately $500,000
|How old is Jinder Mahal ?
|Jinder Mahal is 35 years old
|When did Jinder Mahal make his WWE debut?
|Mahal made his WWE debut in 2011
|Who is Jinder Mahal married to?
|Mahal is married to the sister of WWE Hall of Famer The Great Khali
|Does Jinder Mahal have any children?
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