- Former WWE star The Great Khali stands seven feet tall
- The Indian recently posed for a picture beside a Toyota Fortuner and his stature made the vehicle look like a hatchback
- Khali returned to his home country a few years back and has been training local boys
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Former WWE superstar Dalip Singh Rana AKA The Great Khali is the first person to make a Toyota look like a hatchback after posing for a picture beside the vehicle.
The 48-year-old Indian has returned to his home country a few years ago and he is spending time in his ancestral village.
And in a bid to remain active, Giant Singh is training upcoming local boys and enthusiasts - using the opportunity to keep fit.
Meanwhile, the picture of the former WWE star making the Fortuner look like a hatchback breaks the internet.
According to cartoq.com, the second generation Fortuner was built in such a way that can dwarf most other vehicles on the roads.
However, with a frame of more than 7 feet, Khali towers over the Fortuner and makes it look like a hatchback.
Although, it cannot be confirmed if the Great Khali is the owner of the vehicle he was spotted with, his previous clips, however, shows him washing a Toyota Glanza and an old generation Ford Endeavour.
A few clips of himself driving the Glanza but he feels cramped with Khali on the driving seat. His body structure is so massive that his head touches the roof of the vehicle. He also rides around on motorcycles around his house.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Rapper and TV host Bow Wow is looking at a career in WWE wrestling which he says has been his "life long childhood dream".
The 31-year-old shared tweet on Monday, February 8, confirming that he will be dropping his last album before focusing on other stuff, which includes the WWE.
Voicing his desire to be a wrestler, Bow Wow also said that the news might appear a bit crazy but he was ready for the next chapter.
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