DSPORT to telecast UK’s biggest wrestling series in India

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DSPORT, a premium sports TV channel by Discovery Communications India, will broadcast British Professional Wrestling TV series – WOS (World of Sport) Wrestling – in India from Tuesday next, February 26.

The weekly show would be telecast every Tuesday night from 9 pm, the broadcaster has stated in a Press release.

With the entry of WOS Wrestling, UK, into the programming, DSPORT now claims to have become the undisputed Indian leader in the airing the most famous combat sports content from across the world. The current DSPORT roster of wrestling content apart from the about to start WOS Wrestling, UK, DSPORT also airs – Lucha Underground of Mexico, New Japan Pro Wrestling League from Japan, Bellator MMA, Cage Warriors and Ring of Honour from USA.

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WOS Wrestling is a British Professional wrestling TV series which was relaunched on New Years Eve 2016 as a television series promoting the popular wrestling segments of the World of Sport programme which ran on ITV between 2nd January 1965 – 28 September 1985.  The WOS Wrestling archived fights would be telecast in India by DSPORT every Tuesday starting 26th February, 9 PM onwards.
WOS Wrestling has both male and female fighters and in their relaunch season, Justin Sysum emerged as the WOS Champion, while Grado and British Bulldog Jr. were the WOS Tag Team Champions. Katy Lee Ray was the WOS Women’s Champion. What’s interesting is that British Bull Dog Jr. originally known as Davey Boy Smith Jr. has been a standout performer in the New Japan Pro Wrestling League and also a star performer in WWE.
Former WWE performer Stu Bennett, who competed with two ring names viz Wade Barrett & Bad News Barrett is the WOS Wrestling Executive overlooking all aspects for the series.

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