The Great Khali discharged from hospital, issues statement and out for revenge
Following the vicious assault that led the Great Khali to an injury, he now will be out for revenge on Sunday. ‘The Great Khali’ was discharged on Friday from the hospital and vowed to take revenge for the embarrassment he had to go through after getting badly injured in the opening fight of the event, that is named after him.
Despite getting injured, Khali has vowed to make a comeback in the second show of ‘The Great Khali Returns Series’ scheduled that is scheduled to be in Dehradun on Sunday. (sources IndianExpress)
He also issued a statement which is as follows: “It will be blood for blood and chair for a chair.” These came straight from Khali after he was discharged from the hospital.
It was reported earlier that The Great Khali suffered serious injuries in a wrestling event that was named after him in Haldwani, Uttarakhand on Wednesday. In the midst of his fighting with Canadian wrestler Brody Steele, he was attacked from behind by two other wrestlers with some chair shots to his head and back. He started bleeding and shaking visibly on the spot.
The fight had to be stopped mid way after his opponents, Mike Knox and Brody Steel, beat up Khali with chairs. Khali said that he will be there for the second fight for his fans at his own risk when he added “There is a fire burning inside me and I am embarrassed that I let my fans down in Haldwani, But I request you all to come on 28th in Dehradun and watch me give it back to them. I will fight despite what the doctors say and promise to take revenge.”
Khali till date has received seven stitches and gone through several other tests and observations to know the exact nature of injuries.
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