UWW Wrestling World Cup: WrestlingTV to LIVE Stream Wrestling World Cup starting today @3:30 PM

UWW Wrestling World Cup – Live Streaming on WrestlingTV After long gap of 10 months Indian wrestling team will once again be seen in action competing in global wrestling event. United World Wrestling (UWW) World Cup Wrestling will be hosted in Serbia from today and WrestlingTV will bring all LIVE action for Wrestling lovers in the country starting today at 3.30 PM.

The competition will start with Greco-Roman Wrestling competitions. Indian Greco team led by World No. 3 Sunil Kumar is already in Serbia and will be seen in action today.

Indian Wrestling Team for the UWW World Cup individual Wrestling

 


S.NO
NAME  TITLE 
1. ARJUN HALAKURKI 55 KG./GRECO ROMAN STYLE
2. GYANENDER 60 KG/GREECO ROMAN STYLE
3. ASHU 67 KG/GREECO ROMAN STYLE
4. ADITYA KUNDU 72 KG./GRECO ROMAN STYLE
5. SAJAN 77 KG/GRECO ROMAN STYLE
6. SUNIL KUMAR 87 KG/GREECO ROMAN STYLE
7. HARDEEP 97 KG/GREECO ROMAN STYLE
8. NAVEEN 130 KG/GREECO ROMAN STYLE
9. NIRMALA DEVI 50 KG./WOMEN WRESTLING
10. PINKI 55 KG./WOMEN WRESTLING
11. ANSHU 57 KG./WOMEN WRESTLING
12. SARITA 59 KG./WOMEN WRESTLING
13. SONAM 62 KG./WOMEN WRESTLING
14. SAKSHI MALIK 65 KG./WOMEN WRESTLING
15. GURSHARAN PREET KAUR 72 KG./WOMEN WRESTLING
16. KIRAN 76 KG./WOMEN WRESTLING
17. RAVI KUMAR 57 KG./FREE STYLE
18. RAHUL BALASAHEB AWARE 61 KG./FREE STYLE
19. NAVEEN 70 KG./FREE STYLE
20. NARSINGH PANCHAM YADAV 74 KG./FREE STYLE
21. GOURAV BALIYAN 79 KG./FREE STYLE
22. DEEPAK PUNIA 86 KG./FREE STYLE
23. SATYWART KADIAN 97 KG./FREE STYLE
24. SUMIT 125 KG. /FREE STYLE

 

Full Schedule and Timings

Saturday, December 12

3:30 PM IST – 7:30 PM IST: Qualification Rounds (GR – 55, 67, 72, 77, 87kg)

10:30 PM IST – 12:00 AM IST: Semi-finals (GR – 55, 67, 72, 77, 87kg)

Sunday, December 13

3:30 PM IST – 7:30 PM IST: Qualification Rounds (GR – 60. 63, 82, 97, 130kg)
3:30 PM IST – 7:30 PM IST: Repechage (GR – 55, 67, 72, 77, 87kg)
10:30 PM IST – 11:15 PM IST: Semi-finals (GR – 60. 63, 82, 97, 130kg)
11:30 PM IST – 2:30 AM IST: Finals (GR – 60. 63, 82, 97, 130kg)

Monday, December 14

3:30 AM IST – 6:30 PM IST: Qualification Rounds (WW – 50, 53, 55, 62, 72kg)
3:30 AM IST – 6:30 PM IST: Repechage (GR – 60. 63, 82, 97, 130kg)
9:30 PM IST – 10:15 PM IST: Semi-finals (WW – 50, 53, 55, 62, 72kg)
10:30 PM IST – 12:30 AM IST: Finals (GR – 60. 63, 82, 97, 130kg)

Tuesday, December 15

3:30 AM IST – 6:30 PM IST: Qualification Rounds (WW – 57, 59, 65, 68, 76kg)
3:30 AM IST – 6:30 PM IST: Repechage (WW – 50, 53, 55, 62, 72kg)
9:15 PM IST – 10:15 PM: Semi-finals (WW – 57, 59, 65, 68, 76kg)
10:30 PM IST – 1:00 AM IST: Finals (WW – 50, 53, 55, 62, 72kg)

Wednesday, December 16

3:30 AM IST – 6:30 PM IST: Qualification Rounds (FS – 57, 70, 74, 92, 125kg)
3:30 AM IST – 6:30 PM IST: Repechage (WW – 57, 59, 65, 68, 76kg)
9:15 PM IST – 10:15 PM: Semi-finals (FS – 57, 70, 74, 92, 125kg)
10:30 PM IST – 1:30 AM IST: Finals (WW – 57, 59, 65, 68, 76kg)

Thursday, December 17

3:30 AM IST – 6:30 PM IST: Qualification Rounds (FS – 61, 65, 79, 86, 97kg)
3:30 AM IST – 6:30 PM IST: Repechage (FS – 57, 70, 74, 92, 125kg)
9:15 PM IST – 10:15 PM: Semi-finals (FS – 61, 65, 79, 86, 97kg)
10:30 PM IST – 1:30 AM IST: Final (FS – 57, 70, 74, 92, 125kg)

Friday, December 18

8:00 PM IST – 10:00 PM IST: Repechage (FS – 61, 65, 79, 86, 97kg)
10:30 PM IST – 1:30 AM IST: Finals (FS – 61, 65, 79, 86, 97kg)

Where to watch?

The only place to watch the matches in India is wrestlingtv.in, as no television channel will be broadcasting it.

Indian Freestyle Men & Women given Warm-Send off by team’s sponsor TATA MOTORS

After a long 10-month wait, wrestling is all set to return. The Indian contingent of wrestlers, was accorded a warm send-off for the Individual World Cup by the principal sponsors of the Wrestling Federation of India, Tata Motors, wishing the grapplers ‘Safe Trucking, Safe Wrestling’ here today.

The principle sponsors keeping their ethos intact, made the evening more vibrant and powerful as the send-off had all the ingredients to their slogan for the event which begins from December 12 in Serbia.

Speaking on the occasion, Brij Bhushan Singh, President of WFI said: “Wrestling has always given us a good number of medal at the Olympics. With this tournament we have taken a step towards getting back to normal. I believe we will get 3-4 medals this time. Tata Motors have been very supportive in our preparations. I congratulate them for it”.

It will be the first tournament since the lockdown in March due to COVID-19, and wrestling is the first sport from India which will be taking part in an international tournament.

Understandably, all eyes will be on Narsingh Yadav, who is making a comeback to wrestling in 74kg men’s freestyle, after a four-year ban.

The 2015 world medallist said: “It feels good to be back. WFI has been very supportive in making my comeback possible. I have been training hard for this day and that now it is here, my aim is to get a medal for my country”.

Talking on the support the wrestlers have received, all the participants agreed that it has come as a morale booster.

The World Cup will be a good opportunity for Tokyo Olympic bound wrestlers Ravi Dahiya (57kg) and Deepak Punia (86kg) to test their mettle. Dahiya said: “We all have been waiting for wrestling to return. Everybody has trained hard and are excited for the World Cup”.

The World Cup will be a good exposure for young guns like Anshu and Sonam. When asked about the public expectations and pressure, Anshu, who won bronze at the Asian Championship in 57kg said: “There is no pressure. We are just focusing on performing and let’s hope it goes well”.

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