Pro Kabaddi's popular 9th season kicks off in October.
PRO KABADDI 2021-22 results, fixtures and points table
Mashal Sports Pvt Ltd. the organisers and rights owners of the VIVO Pro Kabaddi League, today, announced that Season VII will begin on Saturday, 20th July 2019.Â
VIVO Pro Kabaddi League All Team Squad
Total INR 50 crore was spent by the franchises over the last two days A total of 15 â€˜final bid matchâ€™ were used to maintain team continuity The VIVO Pro Kabaddi Player Auctions 2019 highlights: 173 Domestic players and 27 International players will be part of VIVO Pro Kabaddi Season VIIÂ A total number of 200 players were bought by the 12 franchises Over INR 50 crore was spent by the Franchises over the last two days Raider Manjeet bags the highest Bid as a Category B player, bought by Puneri Paltans, netting a price of INR 63 Lakhs Defender Mahinder Singh picked by Bengaluru Bulls for the highest bid in Category B for INR 80 lakhs
Legendary Kabaddi player, Anup Kumar announced his retirement today as his team, Jaipur Pink Panthers played during the teamsâ€™ home leg match for VIVO Pro Kabaddi League Season VI, at Panchkula. The iconic player concludes a historic 15-year career, where he has led several teams to victory and grown the sport in the country.
The brave moment of the match belonged to Pardeep Narwal and his second super raid of the match. Jaideep showed tremendous strength in Patnaâ€™s defence to achieve a high five
The fitness levels of Parvesh Bhainswal were on full display as he made strong tackles to keep Thalaivas raiders under control Brave moment of the match belonged to Sachin who made a crucial two-point raid at the beginning of the second half
Kabaddi is a native sport that was largely popular in rural India. But with the glamourising of the sport through a professional league that gave it a national as well as international audience, it was only a matter of time before Bollywood gave it some well-deserved attention.
The newly formed New Kabaddi Federation (NKF) on Wednesday slammed the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI) for negligence in the Indian squad selection for the recently concluded 18th Asian Games in Indonesia.
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