The WWE Hall of Fame is getting bigger and better by the day as the newest member, who has been inducted into the same is none other but India’s The Great Khali. Khali has been revealed as the latest inductee in the Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2021.
Khali was surprised by the news when his brother and former manager, Ranjin Singh announced the same in the exclusive edition of WWE Now India. Khali registered his name in the history of the wrestling sport after being announced by the WWE.
— WWE (@WWE) March 24, 2021
The 7’1″ tall former WWE champions weighing around 157 kgs, made his mark on the WWE stage in his debut in 2006 facing the Phenom, The Undertaker and destroying the former champion, which a very few have achieved, that too just in his first appearance.
After which, Khali went on to take on many WWE legends including John Cena, Batista, Shawn Michaels and the recent 2021 WWE Hall of Fame inductee Kane.
Considered a national hero in India, The Great Khali has also had a run on the silver screen featuring in movies like ‘MacGruber’, ‘Get Smart’, and ‘The Longest Yard’. The 48-year old has also opened up a wrestling school in India, to help the next generation of Indian wrestlers get ready for the battle in the ring.