Mahal talked about beating Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura multiple times but yet, Americans do not respect him.
Jindar Mahal has challenged Brock Lesnar for a champion vs champion match, but Brock Lesnar has yet to answer him, and it has been revealed that he will give his reply on next weeks Monday night Raw, if he accepts the it or declines the challenge. Then Mahal volunteered Samir Singh, one of his lackeys, to take on Styles on next week's episode of Smackdown Live.
Backstage, a livid Mahal told WWE Smackdown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan that he wanted to make Styles pay for his actions. Dave Meltzer noted that the plan is for Mahal vs. Lesnar to be a non-title match. Survivor Series which features both Raw and Smackdown Superstars, is set to take place on November 19.
Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn have been wreaking havoc on SmackDown Live since the long-time friends and rivals were able to get back on the same page at Hell in a Cell just over a week ago, but it seems that their fun could be coming to an end.
Other moments from Smackdown Live included Charlotte Flair, Naomi and Becky Lynch defeating Natalya, Lana and Tamina; Sin Cara defeating United States Champion Baron Corbin by count-out; and Dolph Ziggler defeating Bobby Roode after he grabbed hold of The Glorious One's tights for extra leverage during a pinning attempt.