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Dalip Singh Rana (born August 27, 1972)better known by his ring name The Great Khali, is an Indian professional wrestler, actor and former powerlifter who won Mr. India in 1995 and 1996. He is currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) wrestling on its SmackDown! brand. Before embarking on his professional wrestling career, he was an officer in the Punjab state police. Singh is a one-time World Heavyweight Champion, and appeared in the film The Longest Yard (2005).

Career

Under the ring name Giant Singh, Dalip Singh first became a professional wrestler for All Pro Wrestling in the United States of America, making his first appearance in October 1996, when teaming with Tony Jones against the West Side Playaz.

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Personal life He married Harminder Kaur on February 27, 2002. As shown on India Bodybuilding website, Singh is the largest powerlifter ever[citations needed]. His resume includes repetitions of 600+ lb bench presses[citations needed], 350+ shoulder presses[citations needed], and curling over 200 lbs[citations needed]. On May 28, 2001, Brian Ong died after receiving a flapjack from Singh. Ong had suffered a previous concussion during the session, but the trainers gave him a lower evaluation for not avoiding injuries and told him to continue training. In addition, it was proven that Ong did not receive any protective gear or supervision by APW staff. This second concussion ultimately proved fatal for him. As Singh inadvertently caused his death, Ong's family brought a lawsuit against All Pro Wrestling. They were found liable for recklessness after less than a day of deliberations, awarding the Ong family for damages of over $1.3 million