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Nick Khan won big on Wheel Of Fortune, and it helped kick off his career.
MERA Wrestling posted a video of WWE President Nick Khan’s appearance on a December 2000 episode of Wheel Of Fortune.
Khan was beginning his law career at the time of the taping. He also told host Pat Sajak he was writing a book about getting through law school. Khan said he’d been out of law school for about a year at the time of the taping.
“It’s actually [a book] about law school,” Khan said. “Like a 10-step program to get through it.”
Khan ultimately won the show and he got to compete in the Bonus Round at the end of the night. He missed out on winning a Caribbean vacation because he couldn’t solve the final puzzle. (_ _ TE _ _ E = WHITE DOVE)
Check out the video below:
WWE President Nick Khan on an episode of Wheel of Fortune on December 25th, 2000.
Nick Khan was broke at that time and won $16,650 which was enough to take the bar exam and start his law career.#WWE #WWERaw pic.twitter.com/iYJaRHfkaT
— meraWRESTLING (@meraWRESTLING) January 23, 2024
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