Jinder Mahal Advises Released WWE Talent To 'Look At This As An Opportunity'

Mahal was released by WWE in 2014 but won the WWE title three years later

Jinder Mahal believes recently released WWE talent should look at their departure from the company as 'an opportunity to redefine' themselves. 

Mahal knows what being released by WWE is like, having been let go by the promotion in 2014. Two years later, after a period of hard work from the Modern Day Maharaja, Mahal was back in WWE and won the WWE Championship less than a year later, holding the industry's biggest prize for just under six months. 

The 35-year-old reckons those who have been let go by WWE in recent months, as a part of budget cuts, now have the chance to do something different, work hard, and can make their way back to WWE if they want to.

Speaking to SportsKeeda Wrestling, Mahal said: "The door is always open in WWE. My advice to anyone who just got released is to look at this as an opportunity. An opportunity to redefine yourself. Make some noise.

"You know wrestling in WWE is super super hot. Internationally everything. We got crowds back. But wrestling outside of WWE is also picking up steam and that’s a great place to plant your flag, make a name for yourself and eventually make it back to WWE."

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