The Khallas – Jinder Mahal Explains What His Finishing Move Means

Jinder Mahal was recently interviewed by Sportskeeda following his WWE Championship victory. We have already covered when Jinder found out he would be winning the title and how Vince McMahon reacted to his title victory at Backlash.

Jinder revealed the significance of the name of his finishing move: ‘The Khallas’ during the interview. In case you are unfamiliar, the move is a cobra clutch turned into a slam.

Here is what he said about the move:

“I came up with the name along with the Singh Brothers. The inspiration is actually from a Hindi movie. It’s a song called ‘Khallas’. It just means finish, so it’s fitting. And, it’s easy for our English commentators to pronounce”

There were actually a couple of names I’d thought of that were easy for the commentators to say and for our American audience to say, what sounds good and what has meaning. I think it’s a very impactful word and a good name for a finishing move”

Let us know what you think in the comment section below. Are you a fan of his finishing move?

You can check out the interview here

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