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Why Does The Great Khali Always Get A Push Leading Into SummerSlam?

Posted by Scott Beeby On August - 21 - 2009

The Great Khali made his debut in April of 2006 as an unnamed giant who attacked the Undertaker on behalf of Daivari. From there, they feuded for a while, even going as far as to have a match at Judgment Day, which Khali won.

The two were scheduled to have a Last Man Standing match at the SummerSlam PPV of that year, but it was instead moved to the episode of Smackdown just before the event. Undertaker won the match and handed Khali his first definitive defeat since joining the company.

Shortly after that, both The Great Khali and his mouthpiece Daivari were moved to ECW. Big surprise!

While in the "land of extreme," Khali was used as Daivari's back up. He would wait until Daivari had won the match before entering th...

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