Khali has indeed transferred:
For those wondering, "Donald Trump" was none other than Ring of Honor regular Ace Steel, who has done appearances on WWE TV in the past as well as Pro Wrestling NOAH tours in Japan. "Rosie O'Donnell" was Virginia-area independent worker Kylie McLane, who I believe was doing her first wrestling appearance in a long time as her name hasn't really been out there in recent months on the independent scene.
World Wrestling Entertainment made the decision to move Great Khali from ECW to Monday Night Raw in the last 24 hours after HHH was injured last night at New Year's Revolution. Khali was moved to Raw to provide more star power for the brand and help fill the void that HHH leaves with his injury.
WWE's plan for Khali until the HHH injury had been to build him as a monster over the next several months to prepare him as a challenger for ECW World champion Bobby Lashley heading into Wrestlemania. Khali will make a "farewell" appearance on ECW tomorrow, facing Tommy Dreamer to end their storyline.
It's possible that Khali's planned ECW role will be filled by a revamped Gene Snitsky, who is expected to debut for the ECW brand down the line.
As of this moment, there's been no final decision as to whether Daivari will remain with Khali or be kept on his own with the ECW brand.
Well...my boy Jason will be happy his boy Gene could be getting such a huge push (they worked together a lot in WXW), I'm really and truly glad to see Khali out of WWECW, that guy is the biggest waste of time, and the single worst edition to the WWECW roster there is. I can only hope that with all the restructuring and turmoil going on over the situation with Triple H, it opens the door for the other brands to potentially get better as Vince (hopefully) pays more attention to RAW. It really makes you wonder where they go with DX now that H is definitely out until about Summerslam. This really is a hell of a break for the company, and Hunter, and since it's his OTHER leg he's torn his quad in (meaning he's now torn both) it really makes me wonder if the H won't have to consider stepping away from the ring sooner then he'd planned. It certainly makes me think WWE really has to re-evaluate their PPV strategy as this show was easily an "extra" sort of PPV that didn't really matter, and one of their absolute top guys (and like him or not, that is exactly what he is) was seriously injured on it, meaning he's useless at the biggest point of WWE's year.