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Video: The Great Khali Lifts World’s Shortest Woman, Internet Reacts

Jyoti Amge

The Great Khali, the biggest Indian name ever in the history of World Wrestling Entertainment, recently met the world’s shortest woman Jyoti Amge. The wrestler, whose real name is Dalip Singh Rana, shared a video on his social media platform lifting the world record holder. Many people were surprised to see the duo together in the video, which highlighted the starking difference in their height and body size.

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In the video, Khali effortlessly lifted Ms. Amge with one hand, showcasing his immense strength. He then performed a few maneuvers before gently lowering her down. Throughout the video, Ms. Amge appeared joyful and amused. The caption accompanying the video humorously referred to the encounter as “The Great Khali Dhaba.”

The video quickly went viral, garnering 92 million views and over two million likes. Users flooded the comments section with various reactions.

 

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Some viewers noted Ms. Amge’s evident enjoyment, emphasizing that it was a lighthearted interaction between two individuals of vastly different sizes, with no violation of consent.

On the other hand, some users expressed discomfort, labeling the video as “cringe.”

Despite differing opinions, many acknowledged the mutual respect and happiness apparent between Khali and Ms. Amge.

Jyoti Amge, born on December 6, 1993, from Nagpur, Maharashtra, stands at a height of only 62.8 centimeters due to achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism. Despite her diminutive stature, she has traveled extensively and gained worldwide recognition, including appearances on reality TV shows like Big Boss and the fourth season of “American Horror Story: Freak Show” in August 2014.

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