Former WWE Superstar The Great Khali suffered what is being reported as "serious head injuries" during the end of an event that was being held for Khali's new professional wrestling promotion on Wednesday night in India.
RingsideNews.com reports that the injury occurred while Khali was competing in a match against Brody Steele, but was then jumped by Mike Knox, Steele, and another talent after taking a bump from the referee in the match.
Khali was taken out of the arena on a stretcher and was taken to a hospital in the town of Haldwani. This morning, he was then airlifted to another hospital in the town of Dehradun and admitted to the intensive care unit because of his condition. Due to Khali's size, the medical team needed to use two beds to support him. Khali later received seven stitches to his head.
A.K. Singh, the Director of the Neurology Department of the Haldwani hospital that Khali was admitted to, stated to The Times of India that Khali is currently in "completely stable" condition and is out of danger. It was also stated that Khali did not lose consciousness and that there was no other worrying signs regarding his health.
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