PRO KABADDI LEAGUE is all set to storm stadiums and television screens across India with its Season 3 beginning January 30, 2016.
THE DECESION TO MAKE Star Sports Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) a biennial affair from this year received a big thumbs up from the players who feel the sport will receive a big boost.
DEFENDING CHAMPION U Mumba will kick-start their campaign against hosts Telugu Titans in the opening match of the Pro Kabaddi season 3 at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad on January 30.
NITIN TOMAR remained as the most expensive buy as franchises drew curtains over the second and the final day of Pro Kabaddi League 2017 players’ auction.
8 HEAVYWEIGHTS, 60 MATCHES, 37 days of non-stop entertainment, endless #ThighFives and gruesome #Pangas. The second edition of the Star Sports Pro Kabaddi League turned out be an affair to remember, one that was packed with intense action, nail-biting moments and unpredictable results.
THE PRO KABADDI SEASON 2 has caught on like wildfire and is in full swing across cities in India. This year, the tournament has seen a sizeable increase in the number of fans and support from various sections of the society.
SUBSTITUTE SUNIL JAIPAL was the unlikely hero for Bengal Warriors as he scored eight invaluable points including two bonus in eight raids to guide his team to a 31-28 win over Puneri Paltan.
INDIAN KABADDI had for decades been a story of kingsize performance but minuscule recognition. The indigenous sport has fetched the country laurels galore, but it is only now that the game and the players are grabbing national, even international, publicity and celebrity backing, thanks to a glitzy new professional league.
AIDER ANUP KUMAR and Bhupender Singh scripted an easy 31-17 win for U Mumba against Bengal Warriors in Season 2 of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi at the Thyagaraj Indoor Stadium
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