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How Paul Westhead Went from NBA Champion to WNBA Legend

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Who is Paul Westhead?

American retired basketball coach Paul William Westhead was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA, on 21 February 1939, making Pisces his zodiac sign. He’s probably still known best for having coached three National Basketball Association (NBA) and several Women’s NBA (WNBA) teams, while he’s also coached in the Japan Basketball League (JBL), American Basketball Association (ABA), and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

Education and early life

Paul was raised in Philadelphia by his parents, about whom he hasn’t shared many details because he’s respective of their privacy; it’s believed that both his mother and father have passed away, but this is yet to be confirmed. Paul hasn’t spoken about having brothers and sisters, and most of his fans believe that he’s an only child.

He studied at West Catholic Preparatory High School, and was mostly into playing basketball during his four years there; he suffered a number of injuries as a teenager, and they eventually made it impossible for him to pursue a career as a professional basketball player, thus choosing to become a coach.

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Paul matriculated in 1957, and then enrolled at Saint Joseph’s University, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1961; he coached at a number of high schools in the following a couple of years, prior to gaining recognition.

Career beginnings

In 1967, Paul began coaching at Cheltenham High School in Philadelphia, and his team the Panthers lost in the Pennsylvania State Championship; one of Paul’s players Craig Littlepage later became the athletic director at the University of Virginia.

In 1970, Paul began coaching the basketball team of La Salle University, where he also taught English language; he remained coaching the Explorers until 1979, and during that time they competed in two NCAA and one National Invitation Tournament (NIT).

Peak of career

Paul’s first coaching job in the NBA was with the Los Angeles Lakers; he had Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Magic Johnson on the team, and in Paul’s first year with the Lakers, they won the 1980 NBA Finals by defeating Philadelphia. Still, Paul was fired in 1982, and replaced by Pat Riley.

He next coached the Chicago Bulls in 1982 and ‘83, then returned to coaching college basketball teams in 1985, when invited to coach the Loyola Marymount Lions, where he stayed for five years.

From 1989 through 1991, he coached the Denver Nuggets of the NBA, but was then fired because his two-year record was 44-120. From 1993 through 1997, he coached at the George Mason University, and was fired because of his 38-70 record. From 1997 through 1999, he was the Golden State Warriors assistant coach under P. J. Carlesimo.

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Later career

In 2000 and 2001, Paul coached the Los Angeles Stars of the ABA, and from 2001 through 2003 the Panasonic Super Kangaroos of the JBL. The year 2003 saw him coach the Long Beach Jam of ABA, and from 2003 to 2005, Paul was Orlando Magic’s (NBA) assistant coach under Johnny Davis.

He began coaching the Phoenix Mercury of WNBA in 2005, and led them to win the 2007 WNBA Championship, becoming the only coach to win both an NBA and WNBA Championship.

Paul then joined the NBA’s Seattle SuperSonics as their assistant coach under P. J. Carlesimo, but after P. J. was fired, Paul was let go as well.

University of Oregon’s athletic director Pat Kilkenny revealed on 26 March 2009 that Paul had become the new head coach of the university’s women’s basketball team the Ducks (NCAA). He was the team’s sixth head coach – it was revealed on 4 March 2014 that his contract was expiring, and wouldn’t be renewed, mostly because he had a record of 65-90 with the Ducks, and in conference play 27-64 in five seasons. It was also revealed that his five-year contract was worth over $3 million, meaning that he was making close to $600,000 a year.

Paul retired after he was let go by the Ducks, and has since been leading a peaceful life at his home in Philadelphia.

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Love life and relationships

Paul has been keeping the details of his love life hidden since the launch of his career, but some things about it are still known. He’s been married to non-celebrity American Cassie for more than 40 years now, but the exact date of their wedding remains undisclosed; Cassie also prefers to stay away from media, but it’s believed that she’s a retired college professor. They have four children together: Julie, Paul Jr, Patrice and Monica, but their dates of birth and professions have also been kept away from media, as Paul and Cassie wanted them to lead normal lives, away from the spotlight.

Paul hasn’t spoken about the women whom he had been with prior to meeting Cassie, to whom he’s married as of April 2023, and they have four children.

 

 

Interesting facts and hobbies

Paul was physically quite active during his 20s and 30s, as he played various sports with his friends nearly every day, and also worked out at the gym several times every week.

He’s been passionate about music since a very early age, and is today a fan of old school rock ‘n’ roll bands, such as Aerosmith, Guns N’ Roses and AC/DC.

Paul’s donated money and volunteered with a number of charity organizations, while he’s always been mostly into working with those that aim to bring sports closer to underprivileged children.

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He was once passionate about travelling, and his career took him to all of the US states, and many countries around the world, while his dream travel destination remains Japan.

Paul’s a fan of the American film industry; his favorite actor is Arnold Schwarzenegger, and some of his favorite movies include “Predator”, “True Lies” and “Twins”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Paul’s age is 84. He has brown eyes and grey hair, is 6ft 1in (1.84m) tall and weighs around 180lbs (81kgs).

His net worth’s been estimated at over $3 million, as of April 2023.

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About Sterling Sharpe: A Story of Talent, Triumph and Tragedy

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Who is Sterling Sharpe?

Former professional American Football player Sterling Sharpe was born in Chicago, Illinois USA, on 6 April 1965, making Aries his zodiac sign. He’s remembered best for the time he spent playing for the Green Bay Packers of National Football League (NFL) as their wide receiver, although he had begun attracting attention while playing college football.

Sterling had a promising career in football, however, a serious neck injury forced him to stop playing.

Education and early life

Sterling was raised alongside his younger brother Shannon Sharpe in Glennville, Georgia by their mother Mary Alice Dixon and father Pete Sharpe, however, not a lot is known about Pete and Mary because their sons respect their privacy. Shannon was once a professional Football Player; he played most of his 14 seasons with the Denver Broncos of NFL, winning three Super Bowls with them, and was selected for eight Pro Bowls; he’s today rated one of the best tight ends in the history of football.

Sterling became interested in football while attending Glennville High School, and his brother Shannon mostly became interested in the sport because he looked up to him. Sterling played three positions while at Glennville: linebacker, quarterback and running back – he also played basketball and was on the school’s track team.

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He matriculated in 1983, and then enrolled at the University of South Carolina, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in 1987; Sterling set various football records while attending the university, including for receptions (169) and receiving yards (2,497), while his record for career touchdowns (17) has since been broken. Sterling’s record for single-season receiving touchdowns (11) was broken by American former professional Football Player Sidney R. Rice in 2005.

Upon graduation, Sterling’s No. 2 jersey was retired by the University of South Carolina; his coach and mentor William ‘Tank’ Black quit coaching the South Carolina’s Gamecocks so that he could work as Sterling’s manager.

Career as a professional Football Player

Sterling was the seventh overall pick in the 1988 NFL Draft, selected by the Green Bay Packers. His skills immediately impacted the team, as Sterling started all 16 games and caught 55 passes; he numbered 90 receptions in his second year with the Packers, more than any other player in the league.

The Packers welcomed new quarterback Brett Favre in 1992, and he and Sterling teamed up and became the best passing duo in the NFL; Sterling numbered 107 receptions in the season, which broke the NFL’s previous record set in 1984 by American former professional Football Player James Arthur ‘Art’ Monk. Also in 1992, Sterling held the season’s record for receptions, receiving touchdowns and receiving yards, thus becoming the fifth player in the history of the sport to win the ‘Triple Crown’, while three more players have since achieved the feat.

The year 1993 saw Sterling have 112 receptions, breaking his former personal record, and the following year saw him with 18 touchdown receptions, the second-most in NFL history, as Jerry Rice performed 22 in 1987. Sterling caught four touchdown passes in a single game on 24 October 1993, becoming the first to achieve this since Don Hutson in 1945.

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Sterling’s career ended abruptly in 1994, as he suffered a neck injury and had to quit playing football; the Packers went on to win the 1996 Super Bowl. Shannon gave his brother Sterling the three Super Bowls rings that he won, thus thanking him for his influence.

Since his retirement, Sterling’s been working for the NFL Network as their analyst.

Most popular YouTube videos

Although not active on YouTube, Sterling’s still quite popular on the video sharing service because many users have uploaded video featuring him onto their channels, in some of which he can be seen playing football and giving interviews. We’re going to cover three most popular videos amongst these, which’ve contributed to his popular on the internet.

His #1 video “NFL Brothers Shannon & Sterling Sharpe | EPISODE 1 | CLUB SHAY SHAY” was uploaded by Club Shay Shay on 22 September 2020, and has since been watched close to three million times; it features Shannon interviewing Sterling for his show.

Sterling’s second most popular video “No one meant more to Shannon Sharpe throughout his career than his brother Sterling” was uploaded by New Heights on 13 April 2023, and has since been watched more than 500,000 times, while it’s amassed over 30,000 likes; it features Shannon speaking about how much Sterling meant for his career.

His #3 video “Shannon Sharpe Gave His Brother His Super Bowl Ring” was uploaded by SHOWTIME Basketball on 21 September 2022, and has since been viewed nearly 500,000 times, while it numbers nearly 30,000 likes; it features Shannon talking about giving Sterling his Super Bowl ring.

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Love life and daughter

Sterling avoids sharing the details of his love life with his fans, and thus not a lot about it is known.

One thing that’s widely known is that Sterling’s daughter Sommer was born in November 1993, and that she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and mass communication in 2016, however, the name of Sommer’s mother remains undisclosed, and it’s widely believed that she and Sterling split when Sommer was still a baby. He was still highly involved in Sommer’s upbringing, and is still today close to his daughter.

Sterling’s yet to mention other women whom he’s dated, he seems to be unattached as of April 2023, hasn’t married, but has a daughter from a previous relationship.

Interesting facts and hobbies

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Sterling has an Instagram account, but has posted only three pictures onto it, and only a few over 120 people are following him on the social media network.

He’s still a huge fan of NFL and his work’s still related to it, while Sterling also often travelled around the US to watch his brother play.

He was physically highly active during his career, and besides football also had five to six training sessions at the gym every week, however, Sterling stopped going to the gym following his neck injury.

He’s a philanthropist, and has donated money to a number of charity organizations.

Sterling’s a lover of animals, and his favorites are parrots.

His favorite actor is Morgan Freeman, while some of Sterling’s favorite films include “The Shawshank Redemption”, “Yes Man” and “Invictus”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Sterling’s age is 58. He has brown eyes and is bald, his height’s 6ft (1.83m) and he weighs around 210lbs (94kgs).

Sterling’s net worth’s been estimated at over $2 million, as of April 2023, and his brother Shannon’s at more than $14 million.

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How Ryan Leaf Turned His Life Around After Hitting Rock Bottom

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Who is Ryan Leaf?

Former American Football player, American Ryan David Leaf, was born in Great Falls, Montana USA, on 15 May 1976, making Taurus his zodiac sign. He spent three seasons playing for the San Diego Chargers and the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL), while he then also played for both the Seattle Seahawks and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a single season. Ryan’s today also known for being a former convict and drug addict.

Education and early life

Ryan was raised alongside his brother Brady Leaf in Great Falls by their parents, about whom not many details have been disclosed because Ryan respects their privacy; his brother’s today a professional American Football player.

Ryan became interested in playing football while attending Charles M. Russell High School, and led his team to the 1992 Montana state title. He matriculated in 1994, and then enrolled at Washington State University, playing football for their Cougars under head coach Mike Price; he started 24 of the Cougars’ 32 games, and led them to their first Pac-10 Championship in the university’s history; the team reached the 1998 Rose Bowl, but lost to the Michigan Wolverines 21-16 – Ryan was named first-team All-America and Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year. He graduated with an Associate’s degree in 1998, thus making himself eligible for the 1998 NFL Draft.

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Ryan’s career

Ryan was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in 1998, and signed a four-year $31 million worth contract, which included the $11.25 million signing bonus.

The Chargers won their first two games and Ryan played well, however, his colleagues and coach were dissatisfied with his poor behavior. He was hospitalized with a viral infection three days prior to the Chargers’ third game against the Kansas City Chiefs – Ryan started the game, but performed poorly. As Ryan continued to perform poorly, he lost his starting position to Craig Whelihan, while he lso continued to behave poorly towards his colleagues and media.

He suffered an injury while training with the Chargers before the 1999 season, and then missed the entire season because of surgery to fix his shoulder’s labral tear. After continuing to play poorly, with the Chargers finishing the 2000 season winning only one of their 16 games, Ryan was released from the team on 28 February 2001; during the three years that he played for the Chargers, Ryan won four of the 18 games which he started, while 33 of his 46 passes were intercepted.

He was signed to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on 2 March 2001, but as his performed was mediocre, he was asked if he was willing to play for a lower salary, and to be demoted to fourth quarterback; after refusing, Ryan was released by the Buccaneers on 3 September of the same year.

He signed with the Dallas Cowboys a day later, but was then released the following day; the Cowboys signed Ryan again on 12 October 2001 – he appeared in only four games, all four losses, and was released in May 2002.

The Seattle Seahawks offered Ryan a chance, and he signed a one-year contract with them, however, he abruptly retired from football by the end of the year.

ESPN ranked Ryan #1 on their list ’25 biggest sports flops from 1979 through 2004’, and he was ranked #6 worst NFL player of all time by the magazine “Deadspin” in 2011.

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Life after football

Ryan moved to San Diego, California in 2002, and became a financial consultant. He then re-enrolled at Washington State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2005.

Ryan became a volunteer quarterbacks coach at West Texas A&M University in 2006, but resigned in November 2008, a day after he was put on indefinite leave.

For a couple of months starting from October 2009, Ryan worked for a travel company in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as their business development manager. He signed a contract with Crimson Oak Publishing in December 2010, promising to author at least three memoirs; Ryan’s debut book (and so far only) “596 Switch: The Improbable Journey from The Palouse to Pasadena”, was published in October 2011.

He began working for Transcend Recovery Community as a program ambassador in April 2018, and is today hosting his own radio show on the Pac-12 Network; he has also worked as an NFL analyst for several networks, including ESPN and Sky Sports.

Legal issues

Ryan was put on 10 years probation in Texas in April 2010, after pleading guilty to obtaining a controlled substance by fraud, and was also ordered to pay $20,000.

He was arrested on drug charges, theft and burglary in Montana on 30 March 2012, and again four days later; because he’d violated his parole, an arrest warrant for Ryan was issued in Texas. He was sentenced to spend seven years behind bars in Montana on 19 June 2012, while a Texas judge sentenced him to five years behind bars on 9 September 2014, allowing the time he served in Montana to be deducted from his Texas sentence.

Ryan was released from prison on 3 December 2014, under Great Falls Probation and Parole’s supervision.

More recently, on 22 May 2020, Ryan was arrested on domestic battery charges.

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Love life and marriage

Ryan exchanged vows with American cheerleader and dancer Nicole Lucia in 2001 – she’s probably known best for being the daughter of American radio show host Raymond Joseph Lucia, Sr., and for having been a Los Angeles Charger Girl (cheerleader). Ryan and Nicole split in November 2003, and their divorce was finalized in 2004.

He began dating American former professional volleyball player Anna Kleinsorge sometime in mid-2010s, and they became engaged in 2017; Anna gave birth to their son McGyver Fitzgerald Leaf in October 2017. It’s unknown whether or not Anna and Ryan are still together today, but most of Ryan’s fans believe that they are.

Ryan seems to be engaged to Anna Kleinsorge as of April 2023, was once married to Nicole Lucia, and has a son with Anna.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Ryan’s brother Brady played for the Oregon Ducks (college football) from 2003 through 2006.

The doctors found a benign tumor on Ryan’s brain in June 2011, and it was removed surgically in the same month.

He’s followed by close to 30,000 people on Instagram, and has posted more than 500 pictures onto the network, most of these relating to football.

Ryan’s still today physically highly active, as he works out at the gym on a daily basis, while he also likes to play golf and basketball in his spare time.

His favorite actor is Sylvester Stallone, and some of Ryan’s favorite movies include “Creed”, “Rocky Balboa”, and “The Expendables”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Ryan’s age is 46. His eyes and hair are brown, he’s 6ft 5ins (1.96m) tall and weighs around 235lbs (110kgs).

Ryan’s net worth’s been estimated at just over $1,000, as of April 2023.

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From Punjab Police to WWE Hall of Fame: The Great Khali’s Story

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Who is The Great Khali?

Indian-American retired professional wrestler Dalip Singh Rana – aka The Great Khali – was born in Dhiraina, Himachal Pradesh, India, on 27 August 1972, making Virgo his zodiac sign. He’s probably known best for the time which he spent signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), and for becoming the first WWE World Heavyweight Champion from India; The Great Khali became a legend in India after being crowned a WWE Champion, and was in 2021 inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

Education and early life

The Great Khali was raised in a Rajput family in Sirmaur, by his mother Tandi Devi and father Jwala Ram; he has six siblings, and their parents struggled to provide for them all.

The Great Khali was born with acromegaly, which is a disorder that leads to overgrowth of certain body parts. He studied at a local high school, and was mostly into sports during his time there, playing cricket, soccer and wrestling.

The Great Khali matriculated in 1990 and then found work to financially support himself, rather than to pursue a college degree.

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Wrestling career

The Great Khali became a security guard in Shimla upon completing his high school education, and was noticed by a police officer who had previously aided several officers to become international athletes; he offered him a job, and The Great Khali thus joined the Punjab Police in 1993. He took wrestling lessons in the following three years, prior to moving to the US and training at a special gym for wrestlers.

It was in 2000 that The Great Khali signed a contract with All Pro Wrestling, and chose ‘Giant Singh’ as his ring name; his first match was in October 2000, when he and Tony Jones teamed up against the West Side Playaz.

The following year saw The Great Khali move to San Francisco, California and sign with World Championship Wrestling (WCW), spending close to a year there before the wrestling promotion was purchased by World Wrestling Federation (WWF).

He signed a contract with New Japan Pro-Wrestling in 2021, and was teamed up with Giant Silva, with them becoming the tallest tag team in the history of the sport, as their average height was 7ft 1ins (2.15m) and their combined weight 800lbs (360kgs). They called themselves ‘Club 7’, and defeated four wrestlers at their first match in October 2001; The Great Khali’s first tag team defeat was when he lost to Hiroyoshi Tenzan at the Wrestling World 2002 in January, while he lost again two months later, this time to Manabu Nakanishi.

From 2002 through 2006, The Great Khali was signed to Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (Mexican promotion) and All Japan Pro Wrestling.

He became the first Indian wrestler to sign a contract with WWE on 2 January 2006, and was assigned to their promotion Deep South Wrestling, wrestling under his real name for a while. Dara Shawn Daivari was The Great Khali’s manager, and he made his debut on the 7 April episode of SmackDown!, when he attacked The Undertaker and thus became a villain. It was a week later that ‘The Great Khali’ was revealed as his ring name, and he wrestled his first in-ring opponent on 21 April, defeating Funaki.

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He defeated World Heavyweight Champion Rey Mysterio on 12 May 2006, and then The Undertaker on 21 May; he lost his first match in August of the same year, to The Undertaker.

The Great Khali was then transferred to Extreme Championship Wrestling, defeating ‘The Reject’ Shannon Moore on 31 October 2006, and was signed to Raw on 8 January 2007.

He won his first Raw match against John Cena, as John was disqualified after hitting The Great Khali with a steel chair; he then lost to John on 20 May 2007, tapping out to his signature move STFU. He became the World Heavyweight Champion on 20 July 2007, after winning the 20-man Battle Royal.

The Great Khali lost to Dolph Ziggler in May 2009, and then again on 28 June; he then took some time off to spend with his family, and returned to India; he eventually entered the 2011 Royal Rumble, but lost to Mason Ryan. The Great Khali was then defeated by Kane on 27 May, while he won against Mahal on 23 September.

His contract with WWE expired on 13 November 2014, and The Great Khali chose not to re-sign; he’s since returned for two guest appearances on WWE, on 23 July 2017 and 27 April 2018.

Since February 2015, The Great Khali’s been running his own wrestling promotion Continental Wrestling Entertainment (CWE) in Jalandhar, Punjab, India; its first event was held on 12 December 2015, while he became its World Heavyweight Champion in February 2016. CWE is today the largest wrestling promotion in India.

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Love life and wife

The Great Khali’s today a married man, but many people aren’t familiar with his wife and her career achievements. He and Indian non-celebrity Harminder Kaur exchanged vows on 27 February 2002, two years after their families had set them up on a blind date; she was born on 12 January 1972, and graduated from Delhi University with a Bachelor’s degree in 1994, while she earned her Master’s degree from the University of Alcala (Spain) in 1996.

Harminder gave birth to their daughter Avleen Rana in February 2014.

Neither has spoken of other people whom they’ve perhaps dated, The Great Khali’s married to Harminder Kaur as of April 2023, and they have a daughter together.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

The Great Khali’s an Instagram star, as more than 5.2 million people are following him on the network today, while he’s posted close to 5,400 pictures and videos, with most being related to wrestling.

He exercises with weights for two hours, every morning and evening, every day; The Great Khali’s revealed that he loves to eat vegetarian food, but also eats chicken on a daily basis.

He underwent surgery on 26 July 2012, to remove a brain tumor.

The Great Khali became a US citizen on 20 February 2014.

Although it was initially believed that he chose his ring name after the Hindu goddess Kali, The Great Khali’s revealed that his ring name was chosen for him by WWE.

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He’s deeply religious, as he meditates on a daily basis, doesn’t smoke tobacco nor drink alcohol.

The Great Khali’s favorite actor and wrestler is Hulk Hogan, while some of his favorite movies include “Mr. Nanny”, “Assault on Devil’s Island” and “Assault on Death Mountain”.

Height, eyes and wealth

The Great Khali’s age is 50. His hair and eyes are brown, he’s 7ft 1in (2.15m) tall and weighs around 350lbs (157kgs).

The Great Khali’s net worth’s been estimated at over $6 million, as of April 2023.

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