Jinder Mahal def. Chad Gable
According to Jinder Mahal, one must be committed to change if one is to achieve inner peace. That means his loss to Roman Reigns at WWE Money in the Bank was less a setback than an opportunity for The Modern Day Maharaja to “ride the winds of change” and reset himself mentally and spiritually. Unfortunately for Chad Gable, it meant little to no change physically.
Mahal seemed to have embraced a newly tranquil mindset as he walked to the ring, but the peacenik act vanished in a hurry once the bell rang against Gable, who Mahal claimed was stuck in his own glory days as an amateur wrestler. Gable quickly reminded The Maharaja that he wasn’t exactly a pushover with a wild offensive press that ended with a moonsault, but Mahal cut his opponent off with a big boot and a ring-shaking Khallas. When the bell rang, his demeanor softened again; clearly, an enlightened spirit is one thing, but nothing brings inner peace quite like victory.