Nuwakote Tiger wins Wrestling Championship
Jhapa, 3 July (2022) - Nuwakote Tiger has won the title of the 4th National Ring Wrestling Championship organized in Kamal rural municipality on the occasion of Madan Bhandari's 71st birth anniversary. Along with the title, he has received a cash prize of Rs. 125,000.
In the match organized by Madan Bhandari Sports Academy in Kerkha on Saturday, Nuwakote Tiger defeated David in the heavyweight category. The competition organized by the Nepal Ring Wrestling Association has been organized for the first time in the province.
David has won the hard core category of the competition. He received Rs 100,000 in cash along with the title. David defeated Chattan to win the title. In the tag team match, Tuppi Gang became the winner by defeating the spiderman team. Tuppi gang won Rs. 75,000 including the title.
Likewise, Baka became the champion in the middleweight category. He defeated Sign and got Rs 95,000 including the title. Akriti won in women's category. She won Rs 70,000 in cash prize. Akriti defeated Tanu.
Sujal won in the light weight category of the competition, along with a cash prize of Rs. 60,000.
President of the academy Dhruv Acharya, former law minister Agni Kharel, CPN (UML) leader Devraj Ghimire, MP LP Sanwa, general secretary of the academy Purendra Bikram Lakhe and general secretary of the association Subarna Shrestha gave away prizes to the winners of the competition.
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