The Punjabi Prison structure was recently taken out of mothballs in the WWE's company warehouse so it could be cleaned up and repaired, further confirming the match, even as has yet to be announced by WWE.
"Brace yourself for the return of the daunting Punjabi Prison Match when Randy Orton looks for retribution and his 14th World Title against WWE Champion Jinder Mahal at WWE Battleground". To make things worse, Mahal's win came in controversial circumstances and Orton wasn't going to walk away without getting a proper fight and result out of it.
That is when Mahal came out and chose to bring back the Punjabi Prison Match.
Yes, with the focus on Jinder Mahal as an Indian champion, WWE is bringing back the match created by The Great Khali. While Shane McMahon came out and pointed out, correctly, that Orton had done the same to other wrestlers, he did grant the rematch. That stipulation debuted at Great American Bash 2006, where Big Show replaced The Great Khali at the last minute and wrestled The Undertaker.
The Punjabi Prison match features a bamboo cage within a bamboo cage and was used previously for Great Khali matches.
That is when the WWE Champion headed out into the arena with the Singh Brothers at his side. With their loss, The New Day became the No. 1 contenders for the SmackDown Tag Team Titles and were granted a rematch at the pay-per-view. Orton said he wasn't leaving the ring until he got what he wanted: either his hands on Jinder or another match against him.
The competitors would find it impossible to escape and help from outside would be impossible, "outside help" being the operative word. That match was announced after The Usos defeated The Hype Bros in a match where Zack Ryder & Mojo Rawley would've earned a title shot by winning. The victor of that match becomes new No. 1 contender for Kevin Owens' United States Championship.