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Jinder Mahal talks about how he got his physique

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Jinder Mahal has received quite the push on WWE TV as of late.

He was the runner-up for the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 33 last month and went on to win a Six Pack challenge on SmackDown Live against Mojo Rawley, Sami Zayn, Luke Harper, Erick Rowan and Dolph Ziggler to become the new No. 1-contender for the WWE Championship.

He is currently scheduled to face off against champion Randy Orton at the SmackDown Live exclusive pay-per-view (PPV) Backlash. 

Recently, Mahal did an interview with Sportskeeda to discuss his recent push in the WWE. Here's what he had to say:

Your physical transformation during your hiatus has been stark. What's the secret behind your toned body?

"The secret is consistency. I literally haven't had a cheat meal in 3-4 months. I haven't eaten anything I shouldn't have.

"Even now, on the tour, I have my cooling bag with me and I carry 5 meals with me so that I eat every 2 hours. I eat 30/40 grammes of carbohydrates, 30/40 grammes of proteins with every meal.

"Then there's cardio 6 days a week and weight training 6 days a week. I also became straight-edge. I also do a lot of Olympic compound movements.

"Then there are lots of basic squats, lots of push-ups and other exercises. Overall, from diet to exercise, I'm seeing good results.

"I'm going to keep getting in better shape because not only do I look better but I feel better. I feel better inside the ring in terms of stamina and endurance, which is important if I want to become WWE Champion and have long matches every night."

What was it like to move to SmackDown Live and being pushed to the main-event scene almost immediately?

"It's been great. They say SmackDown Live is the land of opportunity and I think I've proved that it really is. The move has been great.

"When I originally debuted in 2011, I was on SmackDown. At the time, they were separate from RAW so I feel at home on SmackDown.

"It's good to be back. RAW is also a great show but I feel, for me, SmackDown is a better opportunity and I've run with the opportunity so far on the blue brand."

What the experience of working with Randy Orton like?

"The experience is great. I'm on the European tour so I get to wrestle Randy Orton every night. I try to pick up points every time on how to beat him at WWE Backlash to win the WWE Championship.

"Working with him is great. He's a legend in the business. As they say, he's the legend killer but I think it's time for someone new to challenge him.

"I'm younger than him, I'm faster than him and I'm in better shape than him. I'm also stronger than him and don't have any injuries so I think it's time for a new WWE Champion."

What are your thoughts on the Singh Brothers?

"The Singh Brothers are good. I've actually known them for a long time. They were wrestling in Canada before this and it's good to see them on SmackDown Live also.

"They were on 205 Live and NXT earlier. Now they're helping me out (laughs) so it's good that I have somebody in my corner watching my back."

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