|Date of Birth:||1986, July 16|
|Age:||34 years old|
|Height:||6 Feet 6 Inch|
Yuvraj Singh Dhesi is currently signed to WWE as a Canadian professional wrestler, where he performs under the ring name Jinder Mahal on the SmackDown brand. Further, he made his WWE debut in 2010. Additionally, he is a brother-in-law of The Great Khali.
Jinder Mahal earns an annual salary of $900,000 as of recent report. Further, his net worth is estimated to be in the seven-digit figure. Additionally, there isn't any information about his potential wife or girlfriend in the media yet.
Wrestlers are known to live exorbitant lifestyles, so Jinder Mahal does and he needs sky-high paychecks to support such a lifestyle, and that's exactly what the advantages of being a WWE Superstar. After all, it is a business, and WWE employees go through trials and turbulences to earn their much-deserved remuneration.
The salary of a particular wrestler starts at a low six figures and can go up to millions of dollars. As of 2018, Jinder Mahal is paid $900,000 as an annual salary.
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In addition, with his family, he enjoys a lavish lifestyle from the money he's collected from his professional career. Also, exploring his social account, he has flaunted his Rolex watch which indicates a big endorsement deal through which he earns a huge sum of money. Also, he is the owner of luxurious cars and more specifically, he owns Ducati, Corvette and many more.
Jinder's fans from India, Canada, and the whole WWE empire closely follow the career of the professional wrestler. Although, nothing of his relationship status has been heard that whether he is in a relationship or not. Also, there is no concrete information about his probable wife or girlfriend.
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Being a celebrity his personal stuff is always a matter of discussion and public interest but due to his reserved nature, the public gets highly disappointed about knowing nothing about such a great athlete. Further, he likes to keep his private life apart from the crowd. There is also an equal probability that he is in a relationship or married as he such a hot and great athlete.
Besides his marital life and probable spouse, he spends quality time with his family. Recently, he also went to India to meet his family and a lot of fans greeted him. Also, he is a nature lover and loves to dwell in it.
Talking about his body measurements, Jinder weighs approximately 235 pounds (108 kg) at an intimidating height of 6 feet 6 inches (1.98 m).
Mahal was born on July 19, 1986, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, to Yuvraj Singh Dhesi to the parents whose names aren't disclosed yet. Further, he holds the nationality of Canada and his ethnicity is mixed. Also, his zodiac is Cancer. Additionally, he has two brothers namely Gurv and Harv.
Born into a family of wrestlers, it is not surprising that he has decided from a young age tow the same path. Dhesi trained under the tutelage of Ric Bognar, Allen Coage, and Gery Morrow at the Martial Arts Fitness Center in his home town of Calgary. Also, he graduated in Business Management in culture and communications from the University of Calgary.
Dhesi traveled to Tampa, Florida to try the developmental promotion of the Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Dhesi believed at the trial that his Punjabi gimmick and promos made him stand out, saying that he "was wearing a turban and had [ his ] full outfit on" and that "they like guys who speak different languages and look different."
On the April 29, 2011 episode of SmackDown, Mahal made his televised WWE debut, greeting fellow Indian wrestler The Great Khali and his manager Ranjin Singh by speaking in Punjabi that he was really happy and excited to see Khali and Ranjin. Mahal targeted wrestlers in November, whom he deemed to be under him or embarrassing, and began a feud with Ted DiBiase in November.
In their summer iPPV, ROW Summer of Champions 2014, Dhesi wrestled for Reality of Wrestling (ROW) under the name Raj Singh, defeating Jasper Davis. Mahal re-signed with the WWE on July 27th. Mahal returned to television alongside Heath Slater on Raw's August 1 episode, demanding contracts until Raw General Manager Mick Foley informed the couple that they had to face each other in a Raw contract match won by Mahal.
On Raw's May 7, 2018, episode, after defeating Chad Gable, Mahal was denied entry by Kurt Angle into the triple threat Money in the Bank qualifying match, leading to Mahal interfering and costing the match later that night for Roman Reigns.