Jinder Mahal wants to clear up a few things.
He took to Instagram today and talked about his loss to AJ Styles yesterday on Smackdown in Manchester, England. He is not in trouble nor is he injured -- he just lost to someone who was better than him for one night.
Mahal's loss, regardless, is rather interesting because he was scheduled to be part of a big Universal vs. WWE title match building between him and Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series. In fact, the catch was going to be revealed that John Cena would be the special referee for that match. Apparently, plans have changed in the last week. Instead, John Cena will be a part of Team Smackdown, and new WWE champion AJ Styles would face Universal champion Brock Lesnar in the main event instead.