THE JAIPUR PINK PANTHERS roared aloud as their star all-rounder Rajesh Narwal turned in the best individual performance of the season to help inflict upon Dabang Delhi, a crushing defeat with the final scoreline of 51-21
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.
STUNG BY THE UNEXPECTED DEFEAT against Bengal Warriors, Dabang Delhi roared back to defeat Patna Pirates 45-25 and keep their hopes of a play-off berth in season 2 of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi alive
NOTHING SEEMS TO BE GOING WRONGÂ for U Mumba in Season 2 of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi. Today at the Gachibowli Stadium they scripted their eighth straight victory in their usual fashion by beating Dabang Delhi 29-25.
Local lad from Nizampur, New Delhi, Amit Chhillar, defender of Dabang Delhi, a kabaddi team participating in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) opened his heart out with the team's official 'Youtube' channel.
IN A BREATHLESS 'cant' of super raids, not only has Kabaddi won the hearts of Indians on the TRP charts, it has also managed to lend a strong credence to respective stakeholders like the Dabang Delhi Kabaddi team, a franchise of Star Sports Pro-Kabaddi League
HAVING TAKEN A CRUCIAL DECISION to bench Captain Rakesh Kumar, Patna Pirates recorded their first victory on home turf and their second to date to move into fifth place in Season 2 of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi They hammered Dabang Delhi by a whopping 39-22 scoreline
Superb tackling by Skipper Ravinder Pahal (8 points) and deep forays into defense of rival camp by Rohit Choudhary (7) and Kashiling Adake (7) helped Dabang Delhi outplay defending champions Jaipur Pink Panthers
FROM THE PINK CITYÂ of â€˜havelisâ€™, and palaces built in sandstone that is Jaipur, the action in Season 2 of Star Sports Pro Kabaddi shifts to Patna, the ancient city, tomorrow. Will it give the hosts Patna Pirates an opportunity to overcome their problems on home turf?
INCISIVE RAIDS BYÂ skipper Manjeet Chiller, who scored 9 points, and fine tackling enabled Bengaluru Bulls drub Dabang Delhi 33-17 and climb to second spot in the Pro Kabaddi
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