“Dalip Singh Rana” who wrestles as “The Great Khali” is a famous Indian wrestler. He has a current net worth of $1.5 Million. He is currently getting a salary of more than $900,000 with his per year bonus of $300,000.
He actively takes part in sponsorships from where he earns almost $225,000. In 2015, he received a salary of $650,000. He is one of the best earners currently in WWE.
I believe, he is wealthy but he’s not skilled enough to wrestle main event level matches that are competitive and good to watch.
There are a few decent matches that he had, but not that many like Undertaker a.k.a Mark Calaway or Oscar Gutierrez. He was definitely one of the worst world champions WWE ever had in its history.
I think it was a huge mistake to put the World Title on a guy that could barely wrestle, much less have a match that was entertaining.
|The Great Khali Salary/carrier earning 2016:||$900,000|
|The Great Khali Net worth:||$1,500,000|
|Born Place:||Dhiraina, India|
|Full or real name:||Dalip Singh Rana|
|Year||The Great Khali Salary||The Great Khali wrestler Net worth||Winning Bonus|
|2016-2017 (according to contract)||$1,035,000||–||–|
He came from the Himachal Pradesh, India. He won Mr. India title in 1995 and 1996.
He was a cop in the Punjab state police before coming to WWE and becoming popular. In WWE, he is a 1 time World Heavyweight Champion and 1 time Slammy Award winner.
He has also shown up in 3 Hollywood movies and 2 Bollywood movies. Under the ring name “Giant Singh”, he 1st turned into an expert wrestler for All Pro Wrestling (APW) in 2010.
Another giant wrestler “Big Show” is considered as one of the biggest rival of Khali. Dhiraina, India is the place where he was born.The Great Khali is one of the best professional wrestler who was born on 27-Aug-72.
According to Forbes 2016 salary, Dalip Singh Rana is earning $900,000 per year while winning bonus is $300,000. Now you know how much The Great Khali earns.
He has a market value of $4,500,000. In 2016 expected payroll of The Great Khali is $1,035,000. He is also an actor and featured in many Hollywood movies + Indian popular season “Big Boss”.
In 2001, participated in New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) with help from Team 2000 pioneer, “Masahiro Chono”, as Giant Singh alongside another tall man “Giant Silva”.
Both made a record of the tallest tag team in expert wrestling history at a normal height of the 7 foot 2 ½ inches and a joined weight of 805 pounds.
In the year 2006, he turned into the 1st Indian expert wrestler to be marked to an agreement by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). He was then sent to their development circuit, Deep South Wrestling.