New Delhi, May 7 (IANS) He is 7 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 190 kg. Clad in a white summer shirt straining at the 63-inch chest, the Great Khali, an Indian professional wrestler who is the current rage on the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) television shows, lives up to his name.
He is the current world number one after clinching the World Heavyweight Champion's title at the Great American Bash, a live wrestling series on television, in 2007.
Seated at the head of a conference table at the Oberoi Hotel in the capital, he looks like Goliath. Matted locks fall like a curtain round his massive shoulder and his square jaws flare at the chin to give him the look of a giant.