Veer Mahaan arrived on RAW last month and has been on a tear ever since.
During a recent interview with the Sony Sports Network, Mahaan commented on making his re-debut on RAW, his time off from the main roster between being drafted and returning to RAW, and more.
You can check out some highlights from the interview below:
On making his re-debut on RAW: “It feels great. It does not feel like it was me alone who joined RAW, but 1.4 billion Indians, plus the fans all around the world have joined with me. I know we have waited for 5-6 months. But, I think the wait was worth it. It was worth it for me. It was worth it for all the fans around the world. We are seeing that energy. I felt the energy transformed, just as soon as I got my entrance, from them to me and I was able to give them back what they have been waiting for so long.”
On his time off main roster TV between being drafted and returning to RAW: “Past 6 months, every single day I use to think about what can I do to get better, what can I do to be prepared for when the time comes. And obviously, that was the biggest moment. It was not the first first, because I have been through this situation before where I have been waiting for something for so long. And I left like that has made me super strong mentally and physically. Because it gave me so much time to get better at things that I needed in the ring, I didn’t know who am I going to face. That’s why I would continue my practice in Performance Center. I was able to practice all my moves. I started doing all my meal prep to know exactly what I am putting into my body so when the right time comes, I am able to perform and I am able to get what fans are looking for. It was all worth it and I am looking to continue on all the same things.”
An exclusive interview of @VeerMahan with #SonySportsNetwork where he talks about his journey into #WWERaw 🙏🏻@WWE @WWEIndia#SirfSonyPeDikhega #wwe #wweindia pic.twitter.com/5b0An4x7MA
— Sony Sports Network (@SonySportsNetwk) April 28, 2022
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