WWE Champion Jinder Mahal was interviewed by Sunday Guardian and spoke about a number of topics including the possibility of facing John Cena:
"Right now, I am focusing on my match with Randy Orton as I want to retain my title. But I think John Cena is my biggest competitor because for a long time, John Cena has been the face of the WWE and he won’t give up this title anytime soon. So, it would be challenging."
He talked about his trainer, who wrestled as Bad News Brown in the 80s and early 90s in the WWE as well as Bad News Allen in Stampede Wrestling before that:
"The greatest influence on my life, I would say would be my original trainer, Bad News Brown. He taught me so much, not only in wrestling but taught me so much in real life—what it is to be a man, taking care of your family, and that life outside the ring is also very important. He taught me that."
Jinder also spoke about many challenges he faced when he decided to become a WWE superstar:
"The basic challenge was to get recognised by the WWE as there are millions of people who want to be a WWE superstar. There are thousands of people who are actually pursuing this dream. And after that, training is very intense. You not only train yourself in wrestling but in your mind too, and intense workout is very, very important. And you have to sacrifice a lot of your personal life because people of my age go on parties and vacations and spend time with their family. But I had to sacrifice a lot."