— Michael Cole noted on commentary during last night’s Raw that Mark Henry could not be on hand for the event because he was tending to personal matters. According to www.kbtx.com, the Raw Superstar’s older brother, Patrick “Shorty” Henry, is fighting for his life after suffering a stroke on Oct. 3. He has been in a medically induced coma in the intensive care unit at the College Station Medical Center in College Station, Texas since. Henry also had two brain surgeries to stop bleeding.
Friends and family are taking turns talking to “Shorty,” waiting for him to wake up.
“Keep your prayers coming. God works miracles,” says Jennifer McGrath, Patrick’s wife. “We have faith and we need him back. His babies need him.”
— The Great Khali will begin appearing on the ongoing fourth season of the Indian reality television program Bigg Boss this Friday as a wild card entry, reports www.techtipspro.com. It is the Indian version of the Big Brother format.
The WWE Superstar is replacing a contestant named Bunty, who was expelled from the program for bad behavior and breaching of house rules. The website notes that with Khali’s entry into the reality television show, lives will be difficult for those who manage the kitchen as they’ll have to spend hours cooking meals for him.