If you watched today’s SmackDown Live episode then you already know what’s the heading is about, but if you are someone who hasn’t watched the show then here’s what you need to know.

Jinder Mahal had a segment on today’s SmackDown Live show and during the segment, he threw a challenge to the Universal Champion Brock Lesnar to face him at the upcoming PPV Survivor Series, which surprised everyone watching the show.

This is something which WWE has been planning for a while now, and if the rumors are to believed then Jinder Mahal vs Brock Lesnar will be the main event of this year’s Survivor Series PPV.

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One thing for sure, Brock Lesnar will respond to Jinder’s challenge and will accept to face Jinder Mahal at this year’s Survivor Series PPV.

According to sources, WWE was planning to set this match between the top champions of both the shows and even the current WWE champion Jinder Mahal has said in an interview that he would like to face Brock Lesnar at a PPV.

Now, it’s pretty clear that the Modern Day Maharaja will be facing the beast incarnate Brock Lesnar.

The champion vs champion match does make sense as both the shows top champions don’t have a contender to face.

So a non-title match between Brock Lesnar and Jinder Mahal would be an iconic one and also be big money drawer.

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Last year, the Survivor Series PPV’s main event match was between the beast Brock Lesnar and the returning Goldberg.

Now, this would the 2nd year in a row that the beast will be headlining the main event. Another big match will be between team SmackDown and team RAW.

The obvious winner of the match is Brock Lesnar but WWE could surprise everybody by letting Jinder Mahal take away the win.

As WWE will be coming to India for live events, so it’s won’t be a good idea to let Brock Lesnar get the win.

Anyway, we ‘ll have to wait till next week Monday Night RAW’s episode to get further details on the storyline between Brock Lesnar and Jinder Mahal.