India's biggest Olympic stars like Sushil Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt, Sakshi Malik, and Bajrang Punia could not be seen in action Live in World Wrestling Championships in the past. Reason? There was no Live streaming or digital platform to telecast it Live, and provide updates and news. But not anymore.
With an aim dedicated exclusively to wrestling in India and India's performance at the top international events, WrestlingTV, conceived & launched by an Indian sports marketing company, will become a one-stop destination for wrestling Live news & exclusive updates starting with the upcoming World Wrestling Championships for the Indian subcontinent. WrestlingTV will bring to the fans all information & LIVE action from the sport. Sushil, Sakshi, and Bajrang will be seen in action in the World Wrestling Championships 2019 in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan starting tomorrow. This initiative will cater to the growing popularity in the sport of wrestling, making it the first Olympic sport in India to have an official, exclusive and dedicated digital platform. The platform will not just have live-streams and match highlights, but fans will also get access to all the latest news, previews, expert reviews and behind-the-scenes stories.
WrestlingTV will also take the wrestling fans up and close with their heroes and stars through exclusive interviews and documentaries on yesteryear and current stars. WrestlingTV is scheduled to live stream 120 days of live content in the year of its inauguration.
Sushil Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt, Sakshi Malik, and Bajrang Punia are looked upon as a few of the athletes from the Indian contingent who can definitely win a gold medal and end India's12-year-long wait for gold. Bajrang Punia, who had won a gold medal in the 2018 Asian Games will be expected to put up a good show at the sporting extravaganza. Meanwhile, the likes of Sushil Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt, and Sakshi Malik have been there and done that. The three Olympian wrestlers will be aiming to finish on top of the podium this time around. Yogeshwar Dutt had won a bronze medal in the 60kg category in the 2012 Olympic Games while Sakshi Malik also had bagged a bronze in the 58kg category whereas, Sushil Kumar is a double Olympian having won a bronze in 2008 followed by a silver medal in the 2012 edition in the 66kg category.