The Great Khali To Be Inducted Into the 2021 WWE Hall Of Fame
The third inductee into the Class Of 2021 has been revealed...
WWE India have revealed that The Great Khali will be a part of the Class Of 2021 inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame.
Khali was told of his induction during an interview with WWE NOW India, in which his former manager Ranjin Singh broke the news to his friend and the former World Heavyweight Champion.
Khali will join Molly Holly and Eric Bischoff in the Class Of 2021, to be inducted into the Hall Of Fame on Tuesday 6 April 2021.
The first Indian to hold a Championship in the history of WWE, Khali made his debut for the company in 2006, entering straight into a feud with The Undertaker. The 48-year-old would also have rivalries with the likes of John Cena, Batista, Kane and Triple H in his first few years in the company, before transitioning into the Punjabi Playboy gimmick.
Khali left WWE in 2014 before briefly returning in 2017 to help Jinder Mahal retain the WWE Championship against Randy Orton.
Khali and the Class Of 2021 will be inducted along with the Class Of 2020 into the Hall Of Fame the week of WrestleMania 37.