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Actual Punjabi prison more enjoyable than watching Punjabi Prison match

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Sandip Gurwal says he would much rather prefer incarcerated in a Punjabi prison than watch another Punjabi Prison match.

A man recently released from a detention center in northwestern India reported that his seven-year incarceration in the Punjabi prison was preferable to watching the 2007 Punjabi Prison match between The Great Khali and Batista.

“For seven years, I ate stale bread and got a single spoonful of water each day,” said Sandip Gurwal, who was locked up in Punjab State Prison after stealing a loaf of bread for his family.

“Even so, I would rather be stuck in that Punjabi prison that sit through that awful match between Khali and Batista again.”

Added Gurwal: “Sitting through that match was pure torture.”

The Punjabi Prison match is so brutal — on the audience, not the performers — that WWE has only staged it twice. It involves two bamboo cages surrounding the ring, one taller than other other, and a series of doors that open or close at scheduled intervals, governed by a set of obscure rules that nobody fully understands.

According to some rumors, the Punjabi Prison cage was recently dismantled so the bamboo could be used for a backyard gazebo at Vince McMahon’s Connecticut mansion.

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