A report by IndianExpress.com is stating that a wrestler out of India, by the name of Rajesh Kumar is set to begin training with the WWE overseas in Japan.
Kumar, who's alias is "The New Khali" is said to be 7'5 inches in height, which is at least five inches taller than current WWE Superstar The Great Khali, and Kumar weights around the 335lb mark.
Kumar commented on the immense opportunity to train with the WWE.
"Once my training in Japan is complete, I will hopefully be selected by WWE to enter their international championships."
Kumar has admitted that he considers The Great Khali his role model and commented on meeting him while Khali was in India two years ago.
"When Khali came to India two years ago, I had the opportunity to meet him. Khali motivated me to join this field and I haven't looked back since."
Kumar is reported to be training seven hours a day and his diet consists of 40 eggs, 5-6kg of chicken, 7 litres of milk, 6-7kg of fruit and he commented "I have around 7-8 meals a day,"
Kumar is currently 39 years old, so if he does successfully complete his training with the WWE he may not have much longevity with the company, considering his immense size. If Kumar makes it to WWE TV he may be put into a program with Khali, as part of a battle of the big men, or as part of a storyline which the idolizer attempts to destroy the idol.
According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the WWE at this time has no interest in Rajesh Kumar, but that may change in the future if the company decides to bring in more larger than average wrestlers.