Super Fight League: Indian MMA Has a Bright Future-COO

We are all big fans of various Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) events and showcases. The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has captured everybody’s attention ever since it made its television debut. Sadly, there was not much to cheer about for the Indian audiences. This is when British-Indian businessman Bill Dosanjh introduced the Super Fight League in

Continue Reading →



Combat Sportsperson Of The Week: Sakshi Malik

Sakshi Malik is another strong wrestler from the roots of Haryana and in the Indian team. She adds to the undisputed dominance of the Indian state of Haryana in the sports of wrestling. Born on the 3rd September 1992, Saskshi took up wrestling at an early age. Living the dream Sakshi came to the International

Continue Reading →



Combat Sportsperson Of The Week: Yogeshwar Dutt

In this week’s edition of Combat Sportsperson, we look at Olympic bronze medallist Yogeshwar Dutt. He has recently said that Rio is likely to be his last Olympics and he would certainly want to make it big for his farewell at the Olympics next year. Let us look at the glorious career of the wrestler

Continue Reading →



Combat Sportsperson Of The Week: Kartar Singh

Indian veteran wrestler Kartar Singh won laurels at the Asian Games and the Commonwealth Games in the late 1970s and 1980s and is our Combat Sports person of the week. He hails from a small town in Punjab and later moved to Jalandhar. Kartar’s only disappointment from his long wrestling career would be on missing

Continue Reading →



Combat Sportsperson Of The Week: Narsingh Pancham Yadav

Narsingh Pancham Yadav is an Uttar Pradesh born wrestler who competes in the 74 kg category for India. Born on 6th August 1989, he began his training at the young age of 13. Like most sportspersons hailing from the rural regions of India, Narsingh’s family too was under financial constraints. However, that did not stop

Continue Reading →