Thomas Holbrook II | The *Nixed Report
There are times when one possibly sees it coming, but it still comes off as a surprise. After years of seeing the usual suspects hold the WWE Championship, Jinder Mahal now holds the prestigious title.
This proves more than anything that the time has come for new champions to step up to the plate.
It also proves that international business is picking up since WWE has expanded its business reach to India. Kenny Herzog argues in a piece for Rolling Stone that Mahal having the opportunity was good for business. Now he is the champion.
WWE Stock is still holding steady at just under $20 USD per share.
Will this attempt of international expansion increase shareholder value for the company? Only time will tell.
In the meantime, international business has picked up!