Not everybody is easy to work with.
During his appearance on the It's My Wrestling Podcast, former WWE Superstar Nick "Eugene" Dinsmore revealed someone he had a particularly difficult time working with during his run in WWE.
Dinsmore named The Great Khali as someone he had a tough time sharing the squared circle with.
Featured below is an excerpt from the interview where he touches on this topic.
"Great guy, but he was enormous and strong, and he was kind of unstable, like like standing unbalanced because like his legs were oddly built like knees down, he was not as tall as knees up, and that’s why they were always shooting straight up because like he only came off his feet when he lost. He was absolutely a cool guy, but he would hurt you and not know it. So I would have to convince him to do less moves but I had to convince him to give me one move and beat me, and that way it makes you look so much better when he wanted to do five moves… I’m not taking a clothesline and the slam and all this shit that he wants to do and hurt me and then hit me with a finish to knock me out, I just want the finish."
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