AHEAD OF the first game of the fifth edition of Pro Kabaddi League, captains of all 12 teams got together to pose alongside the coveted trophy in Hyderabad.Â
We take a closer look at some of the biggest foreign players in Pro Kabaddi season 5, who shall look to propel their teams in the expanded league format.Â
THE STAKES FOR Vivo Pro Kabaddi Season 5 got even higher, with the announcement of a consolidated sum of INR 8 Crores as the coveted prize money for the season.
BENGAL WARRIORS have announced that star defender Surjeet Singh will lead their team in the upcoming Pro Kabaddi season five
AHEAD OF THE SEASON FIVE, the Bengal Warriors got a complete makeover of its Indian nucleus, retaining only its marquee overseas player, Jang Kun Lee. With many new inclusions, the franchise will be hopeful of a reversal of fortune in the upcoming season.
ON THE DAY ONE of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) auction, raider Nitin Tomar shattered all records as he bagged a whopping Rs 93 lakh bid by GMR-owned Team Uttar Pradesh.
IT WAS BUSINESS as usual for Bengal Warriors as they fell woefully short in yet another contest, losing to Puneri Paltan 31-38.
A ROUTINE DOMINATION was made more special when Patna Pirate captain-defender Dharmaraj Cheralathan led a desperate fight under a threat of an all-out to ensure that the defending champions got a massive 35-21 win against Bengal Warriors and got to the top of the PKL table.
A SUPERB SERIES of raids from Rahul Chaudhari saw Telugu Titans grab their first win of the season, beating a hapless Bengal Warriors team emphatically by 35-18.
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