Great Khali stars in hilarious advert for cement

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When the Great Khali first arrived in the WWE, he was dominate, terrifying and one of the most imposing big men in the WWE.

Memorable matches against Batista and John Cena cemented his status as one of the biggest names in company at the time.

Khali letting loose

Towards the end of his time in the WWE, he ceased to be the imposing big man and became somewhat of a comedic character.


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From being an unstoppable force to a bit of comic relief, it is safe to say that the Great Khali saw all sides of the WWE.

He has now starred in hollywood movies like the Longest Yard and Get Smart but back in his native country of India, he has been cast in a hilarious new advert.

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It may not be clear to everyone exactly what the former World Heavyweight Champion is saying, but the images speak for themselves.....

Clearly showing the struggles he has being an incredibly tall giant and also having the strength that comes with it, we see Khali in some strange situations.

From falling through walls to coming through the ceiling, Khali is making the point that a man of his size, weight and strength faces a lot of problems.

Fortunately, there is one cement company who can make structures Khali- proof and make life a lot easier for the former Champion.

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