Former WWE wrestler 'The Great Khali' injured during fight in India

The Indian wrestler was participating in the first event of ‘The Great Khali Wrestling Show’ in Haldwani,...


News Desk February 25, 2016
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Former WWE wrestler Dalip Singh Rana, popularly known by his ring name ‘The Great Khali’, was seriously injured on Wednesday in a wrestling event held in Haldwani, Uttarakhand in India.

The Indian wrestler was participating in the first event of ‘The Great Khali Wrestling Show’ at the Indira Gandhi International Cricket Stadium where he suffered injuries.

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Several foreign wrestlers, who were also part of the event, were held responsible for the injuries as they knocked ‘The Great Khali’ with chairs.

PHOTO COURTESY: THE HINDUSTAN TIMES

The 43-year-old was later admitted to ICU in Brijlal Hospital where doctors said they would observe him for the next 24 hours.

The article originally appeared on DNA India

COMMENTS (3)

Malangi | 5 years ago | Reply He was representing our region. May he get well soon.
Pakistani | 5 years ago | Reply this is such a dangerous sport.Though its scripted but the injuries are real unlike movies. wish him best of luck.
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