WWE is still somewhat revelling in the glow of WrestleMania 31 after an impressive showing in their 31st edition of the famous event, which was this time held at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
Despite some negative stories coming out of the wrestling company over the last few days, for the most part the company is still enjoying the success of their top pay-per-view event.
This success could now have been hightened by the possibility of a return for one former superstar, with The Great Khali rumored to be interested in returning to the ring after getting released by WWE last November.
Set for return?
In an interview with Title Match Wrestling, which can be seen in the video below, The Great Khali addresses his future by saying that he is considering a return to WWE. Khali simply says "you never know," but he also downplays the chances of him appearing at WrestleMania 32.
"On the latest edition of Title Match Wrestling, which you can watch below, The Great Khali addresses recent rumors about a WWE return. While it was recently reported by an Indian news outlet that Khali is returning to WWE, Khali says “you never know” when asked by Title Match Wrestling. Khali also says he likely will not be at WrestleMania 32," WrestleZone reported.
Khali loves Taker
Real name Dalip Singh Rana became the first Indian professional wrestler signed by WWE in 2006, before he was eventually introduced as The Great Khali later that year.
During his long stint with the wrestling company, Khali competed against many legendary wrestlers, but only one stands out for the big guy.
"I really liked facing The Undertaker. He is a really good wrestler. I feel very proud that I fought him," Khali added.
So WWE fans, do you want think about the potential of The Great Khali returning to the WWE?
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