He is seven feet tall.
He weighs well over 350 pounds.
He is a former WWE Champion.
A new viewer of WWE programming usually gets optimistic after hearing these words hyping Mark Henry's opponent for the next match. Little does he know that he might be treated to the worst thing he has ever seen in the name of either sports or entertainment.
The Great Khali is a colossus. He is a behemoth. He is a monster. Unfortunately, that is where the praise ends.
Khali takes ages to walk to the ring. He is no good on the mic. He lacks speed or any semblance of technique. He is a pain to watch for WWE fans.
But the WWE uses him. From horrible comedy segments to Elimination Chamber world title matches, Khali is displayed everywhere. The target demographic is simple—India.
Unfortunately, Khali ends up ruining the very product that he is advertising. Pro wrestling fans the world over clamor for him to be released—or, at the very least, removed from regular programming.
Here are a few alternatives—people or things—that the WWE can utilize to reach out to the Indian masses without messing up their own product in the process.