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GREAT KHALI RUMORS & GOSSIP

Great Khali’s WWE contract not renewed

The Great Khali’s time in WWE is up. WWE declined to renew Khali’s contract, according to the Wrestling Observer. Khali’s profile had recently been moved to the alumni section of WWE.com, leading to speculation that he was released. The 7-foot-1, 347-pound Khali started in WWE as a monster heel, feuding with the Undertaker in April 2006. That feud led to the abomination...
Via Between The Ropes
November 14, 2014  |  Discuss

**UPDATE** WWE News: Rumor Killer On Brad Maddox’s WWE Status

Regarding the rumored release of former Raw General Manager, Brad Maddox, it appears as if he is still with WWE after all. We reported earlier today that The Great Khali’s profile was moved on WWE.com from the WWE roster to the WWE Alumni section and that led to speculation of his WWE departure. Khali’s departure was later confirmed by sources within WWE. As for Brad Maddox...
Via Wrestling News Depot
November 14, 2014  |  Discuss

WWE News: The Great Khali’s WWE Departure Confirmed

We reported earlier today that The Great Khali’s WWE profile has been moved from the WWE roster to the Alumni section of WWE.com. This led to speculation that The Great Khali was done with the company. Sources within WWE confirmed to both F4WOnline.com and PWInsider.com on Friday that Dalip Singh Rana, who is known as The Great Khali, is no longer with the organization. In our...
Via Wrestling News Depot
November 14, 2014  |  Discuss

WWE News: Brad Maddox May Be Done With WWE, News On More Possible Talent Cuts

We noted earlier today that The Great Khali has been moved from WWE’s main roster to the Alumni roster. It appears that Khali wasn’t the only one though as former Raw GM Brad Maddox has been removed from the roster page as well. Brad Maddox’s profile has been moved on WWE.com to the Alumni roster and it is believed that he is on his way out as well. He last appeared in a WWE...
Via Wrestling News Depot
November 14, 2014  |  Discuss

WWE News: The Great Khali Removed From WWE Roster & Possibly Released

Former World Heavyweight Champion The Great Khali is no longer featured on the active WWE roster on WWE.com and his profile has been moved to the Alumni section. This is a possible indication that his tenure with the company may have come to an end. The Great Khali wasn’t used too often on WWE television over the past several years, but he has worked a number of WWE live events...
Via Wrestling News Depot
November 14, 2014  |  Discuss
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