THE U MUMBA are back from their trip to Uttarakhand.
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.
AHEAD OF the fifth season of Pro Kabaddi, all franchises have been sharing interesting posts on their social media handles to increase engagement with their fan-bases.
We take a closer look at some of the Indian talent in the U Mumba squad, who are likely to guide them to play-offs in Pro Kabaddi season 5.
U MUMBA CEO Supratik Sen believes that the extended Pro Kabaddi season will allow the franchise to expand its viewer base and to build fan loyalty.
WITH A NEW TEAM and a group of talented youngsters at the helm, Coach E. Bhaskaran who has been a constant in the team, speaks about the advantages and challenges for U Mumba during the upcoming season that will see four new teams contending for the trophy this year.
Indian Kabaddi stars Anup Kumar and Rishank Devadiga took to his Twitter account to congratulate the Indian team on their comprehensive win.
THE GUJARAT government welcomed prominent international athletes to the opening ceremony of ‘Khel Mahakumbh 2017’, an initiative aimed to foster health and fitness, to create a culture of sports and to identify talent across various sports.
TELUGU TITANS captain Rahul Choudhari has asserted that players will need to work on their fitness if they want to be able to give 100 percent in each and every game throughout the fifth season of Pro Kabaddi League.
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