The Great Khali injury update: Wrestler has 7 stitches on head; complains of back and chest pain
26 February 2016,
Haldwani: Former World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) wrestler, ‘The Great Khali’, who was injured while participating in a sporting event in Uttarakhand on Wednesday, is reported to have received seven stitches on his head and complained of back and chest pain.
The wrestler was shifted to Max Hospital in Dehradun where he underwent a CT scan and received treatment for chest injuries.
In the event, he was hit by two Canadian fighters Mike Knox and Brody Steel, in the head and chest which lead to this serious injury.
His younger brother Surender Rana revealed that the wrestler is somewhat better now and is kept under observation in the hospital.
Apparently, the incident stemmed from comments made by Khali at a launch event earlier this week; Khali was quoted as saying:
“People keep making these empty threats and useless statements every day. If they have the guts they should stop talking and come and meet me in the ring and then we will see who is who. Just because we are Indians they think they are superior and can say and do whatever they want. They have not only challenged me but also the spirit of India and I am not going to let them win. I, The Great Khali, today promise all of you’ll that I will kick each one of their asses and not rest in peace till I do so. I today sign my own death warrant as a mark of this resolve. This to me now is far bigger than my own personal ego and is a matter of national pride.”
WATCH: The Great Khali takes part in a Wrestling event in Haldwani