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Big Show & The Great Khali attack Undertaker

Saturday Night's Main Event was not a great night for WWE legends. Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan's return to NBC was ruined when he was on the business end of an RKO from Randy Orton and things didn't go much better for SmackDown's resident Deadman, the Undertaker.

The Great Khali was led to the ring by opinionated manager, Daivari, who in turn felt the need to address the sell-out crowd of more than 17,000 fans at the American Airlines Center. Among his many claims were that at The Great American Bash, Great Khali will bury the Undertaker once and for all when the two meet in the first ever Punjabi Prison Match. 

Daivari's speech was interrupted not by Undertaker, but instead by the current ECW World Heavyweight Champion, Big Show. The 7'5, 500 Pound Extremist, who was escorted to the ring by ECW representative Paul Heyman, immediately made it clear that he was not there to challenge Khali, but instead compliment him on his recent destruction of the SmackDown icon.

"First, let me tell you a little bit about who I am," Big Show said to Khali. "I'm the first man ever to hold the WCW Championship, the WWE Championship and the ECW Championship. See you're a big man, and one day we'll have to find out who the real big man is, but that's not why I'm here. The way you dominated Undertaker, I've never seen anything like it. You have the Phenom's number..." Apparently, it wasn't just the Dallas fans who were growing tired of Big Show's gospel, because seconds later, the real Phenom made his way to the ring.

Once he arrived, Taker let his actions do the talking. The Deadman assaulted both Khali and Big Show, at one point sending the Punjab warrior over the top rope with a clothesline. The rally didn't last long though, because seconds later Khali returned to the ring, setting the stage for a scene that both NBC and WWE viewers may never forget. Undertaker's attempt to chokeslam both Khail and Big Show at the same time was thwarted, instead resulting in the Phenom being on the receiving end of one a double chokeslam from his adversaries. The end result was a wounded Undertaker sprawled out on the mat, leaving Saturday Night's Main Event viewers with a morbid image of a man who normally rules the WWE ring.

Afterwards, Todd Grisham caught up with Big Show backstage, who issued a challenge for this Tuesday's episode of ECW on Sci Fi.

"Like I said, Khali has Taker's number," said the Extremist. "But he's not an extreme giant. He's not the ECW Champion. Undertaker, I'm challenging you to a match this Tuesday night for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship."

What will happen when the Phenom comes to ECW? Tune in this Tuesday at 11/10 CT, live on ECW on Sci Fi.

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Saturday Night's Main Event was not a great night for WWE legends. Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan's return to NBC was ruined when he was on the business end of an RKO from Randy Orton and things didn't go much better for SmackDown's resident Deadman, the Undertaker.

The Great Khali was led to the ring by opinionated manager, Daivari, who in turn felt the need to address the sell-out crowd of more than 17,000 fans at the American Airlines Center. Among his many claims were that at The Great American Bash, Great Khali will bury the Undertaker once and for all when the two meet in the first ever Punjabi Prison Match. 

Daivari's speech was interrupted not by Undertaker, but instead by the current ECW World Heavyweight Champion, Big Show. The 7'5, 500 Pound Extremist, who was escorted to the ring by ECW representative Paul Heyman, immediately made it clear that he was not there to challenge Khali, but instead compliment him on his recent destruction of the SmackDown icon.

"First, let me tell you a little bit about who I am," Big Show said to Khali. "I'm the first man ever to hold the WCW Championship, the WWE Championship and the ECW Championship. See you're a big man, and one day we'll have to find out who the real big man is, but that's not why I'm here. The way you dominated Undertaker, I've never seen anything like it. You have the Phenom's number..." Apparently, it wasn't just the Dallas fans who were growing tired of Big Show's gospel, because seconds later, the real Phenom made his way to the ring.

Once he arrived, Taker let his actions do the talking. The Deadman assaulted both Khali and Big Show, at one point sending the Punjab warrior over the top rope with a clothesline. The rally didn't last long though, because seconds later Khali returned to the ring, setting the stage for a scene that both NBC and WWE viewers may never forget. Undertaker's attempt to chokeslam both Khail and Big Show at the same time was thwarted, instead resulting in the Phenom being on the receiving end of one a double chokeslam from his adversaries. The end result was a wounded Undertaker sprawled out on the mat, leaving Saturday Night's Main Event viewers with a morbid image of a man who normally rules the WWE ring.

Afterwards, Todd Grisham caught up with Big Show backstage, who issued a challenge for this Tuesday's episode of ECW on Sci Fi.

"Like I said, Khali has Taker's number," said the Extremist. "But he's not an extreme giant. He's not the ECW Champion. Undertaker, I'm challenging you to a match this Tuesday night for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship."

What will happen when the Phenom comes to ECW? Tune in this Tuesday at 11/10 CT, live on ECW on Sci Fi.