A DOMINATING PERFORMANCE by Haryana Hammers saw them register their first victory against defending champions Mumbai Maharathi on the opening day of the Pro Wrestling League Season 2 at the K D Jadhav Indoor Stadium here today.
PRO WRESTLING LEAGUE, the initiative of ProSportify in association with Wrestling Federation of India kick starts its season 2 from January 2, 2017.
OVER 200 WRESTLERS were put up for bidding among six franchises in the second season of Pro Wrestling League Player Auction held in the city today.
THIRTY OLYMPIANS and world champions will go under the hammer at the second season of Pro Wrestling League player auctions to be held in Delhi on Friday, December 16, 2016.
THE PRO WRESTLING LEAGUE (PWL) which held its inaugural season from December 10-27 last year was the second most viewed non-cricket tournament after Pro Kabaddi League.
PRO WRESTLING LEAGUE was hit by the nightmare of ruckus and commotion that followed them to the finale between Mumbai Garudas and Haryana Hammers in Delhi.
MUMBAI GARUDAS became champions of the inaugural edition of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) defeating Haryana Hammers 7-2 in an exciting final at the KD Jadhav Wrestling Stadium in New Delhi on Sunday evening.
HARYANA HAMMERS rode on a superb performance from Olympic bronze medallist Levan Lopez Azcuy to edge out a spirited Punjab Royals 4-3 in the semi-finals of the inaugural edition of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi on Saturday evening.
MUMBAI GARUDAS gave themselves a major boost ahead of the semi-finals as they maintained their all-win record with a 4-3 victory over Haryana Hammers
PUNJAB ROYALS climbed to the joint second spot with a 5-2 victory over Haryana Hammers in a Pro Wrestling League (PWL) contest at the KD Jhadav Wrestling Stadium in New Delhi on Tuesday evening.
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