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Vivo Pro Kabaddi becomes India's biggest league by adding 4 new teams

Vivo Pro Kabaddi has become India’s biggest sports league with the inclusion of four new teams that will participate in the league from Season 5 onwards due to be played in July – October this year. The announcement of the four new team owners was made by Mashal Sports, organizer and administrator of the league and its parent organization STAR India.

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Super Boxing League to launch interactive pro boxing gyms to engage fitness enthusiasts

Boxing in India has for many years been one of the most popular sports and with the launch of Super Boxing League (SBL) with participation from top pugilists from India and abroad, the stage is set for some exciting ring action. This unique concept was born thanks to British businessman Bill Dosanjh, also the founder and promoter of successful Super Fight League held recently in New Delhi, India.

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Pro Kabaddi League to add up to four new teams, opens franchise opportunities

With four successful seasons completed in a span of two years, Pro Kabaddi is now set to expand to up to four new geographies. With the addition of these new teams, Pro Kabaddi is gearing up to surpass other Indian sports leagues in terms of geographic representation (teams from 11 states), number of matches (130+ matches), and duration of the league (13 weeks) in Season 5.

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Sometimes I feel like a slave trader: Bob Hayton, Auctioneer for IHL, PKL, PBL, PWL players

“For the purposes of today, no matter what your religion, I am God,” says international auctioneer Bob Hayton as he kicks off the player auctions for Pro Wrestling League. Twice for Hockey India League, thrice for Premier Badminton league and two times for Pro Kabaddi League, auctioneer Bob Hayton has the prowess to sell everything from fine arts to ferrets to people. He travelled from UK to New Delhi on a whim in 2010 and never found a reason to leave. In a candid chat with EE he talks about living life in the fast lane.

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Team owners battle it out at Pro Wrestling League player auctions

Six franchises for the Pro Wrestling League Season 2, picked their wrestlers to complete their teams for the 2017 competition. The closed bid was held at Hotel Hyatt Regency in Gurgaon with world-renowned auctioneer Bob Hayton leading the proceedings. Despite demonetization, the franchise owners of PWL splurged their wallets to own the desired wrestlers.

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