Wrestler The Great Khali Pulls Off an Incredible One-Handed Six While Playing Cricket

“The Great Khali,” formerly known as Dalip Singh Rana, was a professional Indian fighter who used to wrestle in the WWE. He put his bottom on hand to launch the ball over an obstacle in his personal field with amazing power. 

He had an affinity for numerous sports, such as cricket, but his amazing upper-body power provides it clear how he joined up for the world’s largest fighting competition.

In a social networking video that got viral, he showed his amazing hitting ability as well as his alpha male attitude by hitting an incredible six that put the ball across the player’s reach.

Since having his debut in pro wrestling in 2006, Khali has appeared for several of prominent businesses and organizations in the business, such as Mexican industrial wrestler rigid CMLL, New Japan Professional Wrestling (NJPW), and All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW).

A 51-year-old has defeated famous individuals in the WWE, such as as Ric Flair, Brock Lesnar, The Beast, Batista, and Kane. Khali’s record of victories was broken by “The Undertaker” during the Smack over Live (Lastly Man Remaining) battle.

The Indian professional wrestler, who was inspired by his business accomplishments, was born in the state of Himachal Pradesh and is of Punjabi ancestry.

In 2021, a renowned Indian wrestler—who is considered as amongst the most understated wrestlers in WWE history—was nominated onto the World Wrestling Hall of Famer. He definitely created his mark on the field of professional wrestling entertainment.

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