Pro Wrestling League PWL 2015 Winner Finale Match Prize Money, Trophy Highlight HD Video, Score & Details

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NewZNew(Chandigarh) : Pro Wrestling League PWL 2015 Winner Finale Match Prize Money, Trophy Highlight HD Video, Score & Details: Putting a scintillating display in the final confrontation up, Mumbai Garuda outclassed Haryana Hammers 7-2 to clinch the initiative Pro Wrestling League title, here. High on confidence after winning all their previous matches Mumbai, in the tournament lived up the expectations with a comfortable win and began as the favourites in the grand ending now.

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In the final, not one of the groups were blocked Mumbai ended up unbeaten in the function and as all nine fights were fought. Down 1-2, Mumbai Garuda won their next four fights on the trot to claim the prize following the match that was seventh itself, making the final two ties inconsequential. Mumbai won the back to back fights through Giorgi Sakandelidze captain Adeline Gray, Odunayo Adekuoroye and Odikadze Elizbar. Last two fights that are inconsequential were also win by Mumbai.

Pro Wrestling League 2015 Finale Match Highlight

Leading 8-0 in the break having a show that was commanding, Amit finished the fight in the beginning of the next round off. He took his compatriot to topple. But the scores were tied by World championship gold medallist Oksana Herhel of Haryana by posting a 4 -4 by Autumn triumph in Women’s 58kg against Sakshi Malik of Mumbai.

To start with, Sakshi surprised the costliest purchase of PWL 2015 by developing the very first four points but Haryana captain came back strongly, displaying her technique and expertise to throw down the Indian girl on her back, attaining four points on the trot and winning the tie in the first round itself. Up against Livan Lopez Azcuy of Hammers, Mumbai’s Pardeep, who neglected as he lost all seven of his fights to start his account in this tournament , once again went down 6-11 in Men’s 74kg.