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Jinder Mahal Talks Leaving WWE in 2014, Setting Goals, Succeeding in WWE

Posted By: Caylon Knox on Aug 26, 2017

Jinder Mahal Talks Leaving WWE in 2014, Setting Goals, Succeeding in WWE

WWE Champion Jinder Mahal recently spoke to Al Arabiya English:

Being released by WWE in 2014:

“I had mixed feelings about my release. Obviously, I was very sad and disappointed because it was my goal to be a WWE Superstar my whole life, and not only that, a WWE Champion. I felt like I had let myself down. I was a disappointment to myself. I felt like I didn’t give it 100 percent. But also at the same time, I was kind of unhappy at the moment in 3MB. I wasn’t progressing the way I felt I should be, which was ultimately my fault because I wasn’t putting in the work.

Crowd reaction to the Indian National Anthem being sung on SmackDown LIVE:

“It was a very small negative reaction but overall everyone was very happy. I think that’s the first time that the Indian National Anthem has ever been sung on such a huge platform. I think everyone was very proud that our culture has been shown. I want to make sure that everything we do is authentic, is the real thing. Very few people are offended by it.”

Succeeding in WWE:

“In order to succeed in WWE, you’re responsible. If you put in 100 percent, you get back 100 percent. A lot of it is mental. Just my mental attitude has changed. I have a very positive outlook, I set goals for myself, and I write down my goals. I read a lot of self-help books, I listen to a lot of podcasts, and just thinking positive, positive things are starting to happen in my life. I’m a firm believer that you get back what you put in.”

Initially setting goals lower in his second run with WWE:

“My goal was to become WWE Champion, but not this soon. Actually, to tell you the truth, I kind of aimed low. I started writing down my goals as of the new year, and every day I would write down, ‘become a champion in WWE.’ I was aiming at Intercontinental Champion or U.S. Heavyweight Champion, but I should have been writing WWE Champion. Now I write ’10-time WWE Champion.'”

Source: Al Arabiya English Tags: #wwe #sd live #jinder mahal

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