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PKL 2022: Money rained heavily on Kabaddi players, know who sold the most expensive


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Pawan Sehrawat - India TV Hindi News
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  • Pawan Sehrawat broke all previous records
  • PKL’s next season to be held between October-December
  • Fazal Atrachali and Nabibaksh also got huge amount

PKL 2022 : Once again, Kabaddi is going to make a splash in the country, which has started with the release of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 9. Players have started breaking records even before they hit the mat. Pawan Sehrawat, who played for Bengaluru Bulls last season, will be seen playing for Tamil Thalaivas this time. Tamil Thalaivas has bought Pawan Sehrawat for a record 2.26 crores. With this, Pawan Sehrawat has also become the most expensive player in Pro Kabaddi League history. Pawan Sehrawat has also broken Pradeep Narwal’s record of being the most expensive player. Pradeep Narwal was bought by UP Yoddha last year for 1 crore 65 lakhs.

However, this year also using the FBM card, UP Yoddha has once again included Pradeep Narwal in his team. Let us tell you that a total of 130 players were sold in the auction which lasted for two days, in which some star players like Naveen Kumar, Manjeet, were also retained by the teams.

This player sold the most expensive

1. Pawan Sehrawat (Tamil Thalaivas) – 2 crore 26 lakh
2. Vikas Kandola (Bengaluru Bulls) – 1 Crore 70 Lakh
3. Guman Singh (Yoon Mumba)-1 Crore 22 Lakh
4. Fazal Atrachali (Puneri Paltan) – 1 Crore 38 Lakh
5. Pradeep Narwal (UP Yoddha) – 90 lakhs
6. Mohd Ismail to Nabi Baksh (Puneri Paltan) – 87 lakhs

Kabaddi will start in October the blast of

The 9th season of Pro Kabaddi League will start in October and this season will run till December. 12 teams are participating in this season and 242 players will participate in this season. In the last season, Dabang Delhi won the title. In the final of PKL-8, Dabang Delhi defeated Patna Pirates 37-36 to win the title.

Kabaddi players are also getting recognition

In the last 8 years, the craze of Pro Kabaddi in India seems to be increasing continuously. Its players are also getting recognition and reasonable price to play. Pawan Sehrawat’s selling above two crores is a perfect example of this. Apart from cricket, it is a good sign for the players of any other sport to get their rightful identity.

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