Former WWE Star Jinder Mahal Is Reportedly Being Chased By Several Companies

Fightful Select" said that several "major independent firms" are actively pursuing Mahal to appear on their programs, and the former WWE star may become a regular in independent wrestling "if [he] so want[s] it." According to "Fightful," Game Changer Wrestling (GCW) is open about its interest in Mahal.  

Black Label Pro, a promotion organization in North America that was instrumental in bringing AEW giants like MJF, Danhausen, and Billie Starkz to the forefront of the industry, has made it known that they are interested in sponsoring Mahal.   

The promotion known as Absolute Intense Wrestling (AIW), which is based in Cleveland and has renowned alumni such as Seth Rollins (who was formerly known as Tyler Black)  

Kevin Owens (who was formerly known as Kevin Steen), Jon Moxley, and Mickie James, is also interested in Mahal.  

It is not even necessary for Mahal to remain in the United States, as "Fightful Select" has stated that promotions from other countries, including Canada and other countries, are prepared to collaborate with the former WWE Champion.  

There is also the possibility that he will decide to collaborate with The Bollywood Boyz, who handled Mahal from 2017 until 2019.   

It has been stated that the two individuals' involvement in the independent sector "won't exactly hurt the matter" of Mahal receiving numerous proposals from independent promotions organizations.  

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