New Delhi: The Asian Wrestling Championships will be streamed LIVE on WrestlingTV. All the action from the continental championships in New Delhi can be accessed from anywhere in India and the Indian sub-continent on www.wrestlingtv.in.
The Asian Wrestling Championships is scheduled in New Delhi from Tuesday, February 18, to Sunday, February 23.
“WrestlingTV is committed to keeping every wrestling fan in the country connected with the sport by way of LIVE streaming, videos and prompt news updates. Continuing with our tradition of meeting the expectations of millions of wrestling fans and fraternity, we will broadcast the Asian Championships LIVE from New Delhi on the www.wrestlingtv.in,” said Ashish Chadha, CEO, Sporty Solutionz, the brand owners of WrestlingTV.
“In a very short span of time WrestlingTV has established a strong bond with the wrestling fraternity in the country. We thank all our viewers and readers for their support and ensure all that we will continue to be your most reliable source of information and exposure to the world wrestling,” he added.
The Indian wrestlers are expected to put up their best ever show at an Asian Championships with Bajrang Punia, Deepak Punia, Vinesh Phogat, Ravi Dahiya, Rahul Aware, all being strong contenders for a gold. Youngsters like Anshu Malik and Divya Karan too hold a lot of promise, while Sakshi
Home support and fast-growing fan base have also inspired the athletes who leave no stone unturned to bring laurels to the country. “We feel motivated when fans are able to watch our performances LIVE. Millions of expectations energize every athlete. I am glad that fans have been able to watch our performances LIVE on WrestlingTV. Else, there will only be a news item in the next day’s papers about what we have done,” says Divya Kakran, one of India’s bright prospects for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. “I am excited that all our fans will be able to see us performing LIVE.”
The Indians had bagged a rich haul of 16 medals at the last Asian Championships in Xi’an China last year. However, only Bajrang was able to return with a gold. In New Delhi this time the tally is bound to be much better and bigger in terms of titles and medals.
Audience can watch the action LIVE by accessing www.wrestlingtv.in on their smartphones, tabs, laptops and computers. In addition to the LIVE streaming, India’s only dedicated digital platform for wrestling will also publish LIVE updates, highlights, analysis and review videos.