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Bruce Prichard Calls The Great Khali A ‘Wonderful Man’, Lince Dorado Talks WWE Career



Bruce Prichard has nothing but high praise for The Great Khali, calling him a “wonderful man.”

Speaking on the latest edition of his “Something To Wrestle With” podcast, the WWE executive commented on how great of a human being the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion is behind-the-scenes.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On Khali being ‘the nicest guy in the world’: “When he’s really tired and people come up to him and want a picture with him and want an autograph and everything, you can tell that he’s just ready. All he wants to do is be left alone and sleep, he tries to give the mean face, but he can’t because he’s just too nice, so he does it. He probably utters things at them in Pujabi and they don’t know what they’ve been called.”

On Khali’s real-life past as a prison guard: “The Great Khali legitimately was a prison guard in India … So, he was a prison guard, so we couldn’t call him ‘The Big Boss Lee,’ because that would have made it accurate, but he became the big giant Khali.”

In other news, Lince Dorado was a recent guest on the “Developmentally Speaking” podcast to discuss a variety of topics, including the one moment in his WWE career that he believes he’ll be most remembered for.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On the spot: “I think I’ll be known for that Elimination Chamber drop that I did, just because, one, how crazy it was, and did it safely. And, two, leading up to it, the story of talking to Vince and IRS and Jamie Noble trying to convince them to let us do it.”

On the legacy of that moment: “I think that would be my biggest legacy, people always ask me about that. Especially because that was the last thing that happened before COVID really hit [the] next week, I almost have like nightmares thinking about it. I always told myself, ‘Don’t look down,’ and that was the only time I looked down and I was like, ‘I’m going to get hurt,’ but it’s okay because it’s WWE and it’s the last thing that we’re doing right now.”

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