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WWE Superstars Ignite Hyderabad with Spectacular Showdown!


Hyderabad- Hyderabad witnessed an electrifying night of wrestling action as WWE superstars descended upon the city for a thrilling live event at Gachibowli Stadium on Friday. The crowd roared with excitement as legendary wrestlers, including the 13-time WWE champion John Cena, as well as Indian stars like Jinder Mahal, ‘Veer Mahan’ Indus Sher, ‘The Ring General’ Gunther, and Natalya, graced the ring.

Titled ‘Superstar Spectacle,’ the event lived up to its name. The anticipation was palpable as John Cena, the iconic face of WWE, teamed up with Seth Rollins for the evening’s main event, sending the packed stadium into a frenzy. Making a special appearance was the now-retired Indian wrestling sensation, ‘The Great Khali.’

Ahead of the event, Indian wrestlers expressed their excitement at performing in front of a home crowd. Jinder Mahal, a former champion, conveyed his thrill, emphasizing the significance of representing WWE and one’s country. He praised the unwavering support from fans in India and shared his enthusiasm for the event.

Drew McIntyre, visiting India for the first time, called it a bucket-list experience and expressed his eagerness to engage with the passionate Indian fans. Shanky, another Indian talent, described it as a dream-come-true moment and acknowledged the challenges he faced on his journey to the top. He credited Jinder Mahal as a mentor and encouraged aspiring Indian wrestlers to stay focused and work hard.

The event marked only the second WWE live event in India, with Mumbai hosting the first in 2017. ‘Superstar Spectacle’ brought top-notch wrestling entertainment to Hyderabad, leaving fans in awe and anticipation for more thrilling WWE action in the future. Sony Sports Network served as the official broadcaster of WWE in India, ensuring that fans across the nation could join in the excitement.


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