The sixth edition of the professional Kabaddi League starts from October nineteen wherever twelve groups can battle it out amongst themselves for the highest prize. However, before that quite two hundred players (including fifty eight foreigners) went below the hammer at the auctions command in metropolis over a span of 2 days. The auctions garnered all the limelight as all the franchises bust the bank and to bag their desired players.
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At Rs 1.15 crore, Monu Goyat became the foremost overpriced players. 5 alternative players created their entry into the one crore-club together with the likes of Rahul Chaudhuri, Nitin Tomar and Iran’s Fazel Atrachali. Meanwhile, before the games begin here’s a glance at the complete squads of the collaborating groups for the fifth edition of the Kabaddi League. Ran Singh, Jang Kun Lee, Ziaur Rahman, Shrikant Tewthia, Mahesh Goud, Vijin Thangadurai, Bhupinder Singh, Vittal Meti, Amit Kumar, Rakesh whale, Amit Nagar, Ashish Chhokar, Manoj Dhull maintained players – Surjeet Singh, Maninder Singh, Ravindra Ramesh Kumawat, Amaresh Mondal.
Monu Goyat was at the national camp in Sonepat, however, his fate was being determined at a fancy building in a metropolis. At the professional Kabaddi League’s fourth auction in as a few years, the eight-digit mark was broken. Not once however sixfold. Goyat would be the sixth crorepati. He was oversubscribed to the Haryana Steelers for Rs one.51 large integer — the foremost overpriced purchase. “What can I do with such a lot money?” he repeats the question. “I don’t grasp.” The raider hails from Bhiwani, Haryana, and comes from a farming family World Health Organizations biggest sporting name until currently was his uncle Vijender Singh – to not be confused with the notable fighter who won Bharat its 1st ever Olympic laurel wreath in boxing.