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Humorous commercial starring WWE's Great Khali goes viral in India

WWE superstar, Great Khali, has become a huge hit in his native India thanks to his very funny appearnce in a local cement commercial. The wrestler, who is 7-foot-1, explains what the disadvantages are of being that tall. He's shown hitting his head on things, breaking things and struggling with everyday tasks. However, the sturdy cement that he's promoting comes to save the day...
Via Fox Sports
October 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Former WWE star Great Khali in new cement commercial

All wrestling fans remember The Great Khali, the seven-foot-tall Punjabi behemoth who entered the ring and just beat people around with those giant hands. He hasn’t appeared in the ring since his contract expired last month, but he is now the star of a hilarious commercial in India. What for? Why, a cement company, of course! I don’t know what it is, but there’s just something...
Via Campus Sports Net
October 12, 2015  |  Discuss
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