WrestlingTV to broadcast UWW Veterans World Championship LIVE

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Kripa Shankar will spearhead India’s challenge at the UWW Veterans World Wrestling Championships 2019. Shankar will contest both Greco Roman and freestyle competitions in the 70kg category.

India is fielding a 17-member squad for the Master’s event, scheduled from October 8 to 13 at Georgia, Tbilisi.

After the grand success of its launch event UWW World Wrestling Championships in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, www.wrestlingtv.in  is all set to stream the Veterans World Championship LIVE and EXCLUSIVE in the Indian Sub-Continent.

Wrestling fans can catch Live Streaming, Highlights, News, Videos, Photos, Results and Rankings on www.wrestlingtv.in

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WrestlingTV’s parent company Sporty Solutionz is UWW’s EXCLUSIVE media rights and broadcast partner for the Indian Sub-Continent.

The squad: Ranvir Singh (62kg, FS); Rattan Kumar (62 kg, FS); Jagbir Sing (70 kg, FS); Sagar Singh Pathania (7 kg, FS); Kripa Shankar Patel (70 kg, FS/GR); Surender Kumar (78 kg, FS); Ashu Vishal (78 kg, FS); Sanjeev Kumar (78 kg, FS); Deva Nand (78 kg, FS/GR); Gagandeep Singh (78 kg, FS); Mohender Singh (78 kg, FS); Ajay Vaishnav (78 kg, FS); Jagdish Kumar (88 kg, FS); Sanjay Kumar (88 kg, GR); Subhash Chander (100kg, FS); Randhir Singh (100 kg, FS/GR); and Dheeraj Kumar (100 kg, GR).

The support staff includes referee course applicants Ravinder Kumar and Karan Sharma; manager Chander Mohan Sharma; coaches Arpit Kumar Visnoi and Vinay Prajapati; and referee Sunny Babu.

Fans can catch all the action LIVE and EXCLUSIVE from Georgia on www.wrestlingtv.in.

The broadcast schedule and other details will be released later.

Wrestling fans can catch Live Streaming, Highlights, News, Videos, Photos, Results and Rankings on www.wrestlingtv.in

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