Jinder Mahal issues a huge challenge for WWE Survivor Series

He said in order to prove his dominance, he was calling out The Beast, saying he wanted to fight Brock Lesnar and prove he is the greatest WWE Champion of all time.

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. While there is no title match now on the books, Styles is scheduled to face Mahal's lackey Sumil Singh next week on "Smackdown Live". After the break, Mahal asked Daniel Bryan what he was going to do about Styles and volunteered Sunil Singh for a match against Styles next Tuesday.

According to Wrestlinginc.com, Styles faced and defeated Mahal in a non-title match after this week's "Smackdown Live" and "205 Live" tapings ended.

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Backstage, a furious Mahal approached Smackdown general manager Daniel Bryan and demanded repercussions for Styles attacking him.

This year's WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view will be part of a mega-weekend of shows for the company with four shows taking place on consecutive nights at the Toyota Center in Houston.

In the main event of Smackdown Live, best friends Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn took on the formidable team of Nakamura and Orton. Kevin Owens came down to the ring and continued to insult Bryan. This led to Zayn delivering a low blow to The Viper and then a Helluva Kick for the three count. Bryan called out Sami Zayn and Sami danced his way to the ring.

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