WWE is set to continue its expansion into the India market on Tuesday, January 26 with WWE Superstar Spectacle.
The special will air on WWE Network at 9:30 a.m. ET and on Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 3 and Sony MAX in India at 8 p.m. IST. English and Hindi commentary will be available.
Ahead of the special event, Triple H spoke to Hindustan Times about WWE's entry into India and what it means for the future.
"We are recruiting in India since 2015 and training them. We have been going there continuously, unfortunately, the Covid situation slowed that process down but we have talent. We have 10 Indian talents that we believe are ready for the main stage. There are going to be some of the biggest stars like Drew McIntyre, Charlotte, and legends like Ric Flair during the show. You are also going to see Indian culture. We have been trying to find athletes since 2014 who could become local Indian WWE stars with a long-term goal of starting a WWE NXT India. The pandemic delayed that project. We are at a point now where we believe we have athletes ready or getting ready to take that big stage. If we could do that in person, we would be in India doing it," said Triple H.
Jinder Mahal, The Bollywood Boyz, Jeet Rama, Kavita Devi, and more Indian superstars are set to appear at WWE Superstar Spectacle.
If you can't wait to find out what will happen at Superstar Spectacle, you can view full spoilers for the show by clicking here.
Fightful will have coverage of WWE Superstar Spectacle on Tuesday, January 26.