Wrestling is so much more than fighting on the mat and winning or losing. It’s about finding a little more about yourself every day when you listen to your Guru, when you step on the mat and lose despite all your clever moves, when your Guru pats on your back and whispers something in your ears that makes your smile. Wrestling, in its truest sense, is a way of life – it teaches you about yourself, about your potential, and about being humble with your fellow beings.
Over time, wrestling, however, lost touch with the common folks. People got hooked to other means of entertainment and Kushti soon became a forgotten thing.
Pro Wrestling League (PWL) is an initiative to revive all the adventure, all the fun that Kushti was once associated with – and Haryana Hammers is a proud team that is part of Pro Wrestling League along with 5 other teams. With successful completion of two seasons of Pro Wrestling League, Khel Fauladi is set to bang the mats from 9th January 2018. This season of PWL will be aired LIVE on Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD, Sony LIV and Sony WAH from 7pm to 9pm every day.
Geared up to register our win, the bandwagon of Haryana Hammers is being led by players who have a history of accolades and wins alongside their names. This year, the team has three Rio Olympic Medalists Helen Maroulis (57 Kg), Sun Yanan (50 Kg) and Vladimer Khinchegashvili (57 Kg) and four National Champions Sumit (125 Kg), Roublejit Singh Rangi (92 Kg), Sarita Mor (62 Kg) and Harful (65 Kg). The team also has Khetik Tsabolov (74Kg), who is a two time winner of World Wrestling Championship and Pooja Sihag (76Kg) who has consistently won the Asian Championship for four years.
Behind the team is the vision of Olive Sports – a venture that aims to revive the stature of Kushti in this country, to bring the real heroes into the limelight and give them what they deserve.