In the latest episode of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), Indian Origin Wrestler Jinder Mahal defeated Braun Strowman in an uncanny fashion, but as they say, a win is a win. Also Read - Hope to One Day Face Brock Lesnar In a One-On-One Match: NXT Superstar Keith Lee

Former WWE Champion, Jinder Mahal did not start the match in a confident way, he was slammed down by ‘The monster’ Strowman. Standing at six foot eight, Strowman intimidated Mahal but lady luck fancied him as he grabbed the victory through a count out. Also Read - Never Been Nervous Like I Was on Night of Royal Rumble: WWE Superstar Edge

The count-out rule victory is attained by a wrestler when the opponent is outside the ring and fails to make it in the ring within ten seconds count by the referee. Also Read - I'll Show Becky What Happens When Reality Hits: Shayna Baszler Ahead of Title Match at WrestleMania

This rule favoured Mahal as a distraction caused by Braun Strowman’s Summerslam opponent, Kevin Owens caused him to turn his attention to Owens rather than Jinder Mahal.  ‘The monster’ chased down Owens and while doing that he skipped the referee’s ten-second count resulting in his disqualification through which Mahal gained his victory.


WWE superstar Braun Strowman defeated Kevin Owens in a recent ‘Extreme Rules’ pay-per-view event after throwing him off from the top of a 20-foot cage, and the rivalry is not dusted just yet – The WWE announced on last week’s episode of RAW that Owens will face Braun Strowman in a re-match at upcoming the pay-per-view event, ‘WWE Summerslam’ and if Owens defeats Strowman, he will win the ‘Money in The Bank’ title.

‘The biggest event of the summer’ SummerSlam will be headlined by Universal champion Brock Lesnar, who will be defending his title against Roman Reigns.

Post the ‘Extreme Rules’ event, Braun Strowman visited India where he met his fans in Mumbai and Hyderabad, made a special appearance in ‘WWE Sunday Dhamaal’ and also met Bollywood star, Varun Dhawan.

“Braun Strowman Calls himself, ‘the monster among men’, he threw me off a 20-foot high steel cage two weeks ago, and I’m still here tonight fighting, where is he? Some monster!” said Owens.

“Enjoy that money in the bank briefcase while you still can, you big idiot,” he warned.

Clearly, Kevin Owens still has the memories lingering from ‘Extreme Rules’ event, and he would be looking to get retribution from Strowman at SummerSlam.