On his favorite Raw memories: "It's really cool! Someone pointed out to me the other day that I have the second most matches in RAW history. Of all the guys who have ever been on RAW, I have the second most matches. When you think about it like that, that's a long fuckin' time, man! [laughs] There have been so many great memories, like when I beat Triple H for the title back in 2000, when I returned in 2007 and clotheslined the torchbearer for Randy Orton and I smashed a Jack Daniels bottle over CM Punk's head just a few months back! There are so many things that have happened, it is really cool when people remind you of the things you have forgotten! One of the things I had forgotten, I was reminded of recently when someone said, "Oh, I loved it when you peed in William Regal's tea!" [laughs] I said "Ahhhh, yes, back when wrestling was wrestling! I peed in someones tea!" [laughs] There ya go, that's the fondest memory! [laughs]"
On his third autobiography: "Yeah! Rumor has it that I have signed a deal for a third but I haven't really started working on it yet because I have been pretty busy. However, that is one of the things I start doing when we hit the road with Uproar. You have a lot of time to kill on tour! When you have 30 minutes on stage each night, it leaves you with 23 1/2 hours in between to kill! I am sure there will be a lot of working on the foundation on the book then. It is a long project, writing a book, and like you said, I have been fortunate enough to write two very good ones in the past. I have big shoes to fill or books to write when it comes to this third one! When the time is right, I will get the muse and get the inspiration. I already have more than enough material for the third book, so I think people will dig it when it is ready to go!"
On the best part about being him: "It is the same as it was any day before. I am really fortunate to be doing what I love to do, touring the world with my friends and living my dream twofold. A lot of people don't get to do that and it is not something I take for granted. I really appreciate all of the opportunities I have had these things. Touring the world with my best friends while entertaining people and putting smiles on the faces and making them bang their heads a little bit — there is nothing wrong with that!"
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-- Here is CBS' Pittsburgh affiliate doing a piece on Great Khali's surgery to get a tumor on his pituitary gland removed last week. The story features his surgeon and WWE medical head Dr. Joseph Maroon as well as Khali's wife discussing the surgery: