Sakshi Malik and other top wrestlers show their dance moves at Pro Wrestling League launch

Updated: 24 December, 2017 12:01 IST | PTI | New Delhi

Top wrestlers walk the ramp and show their dance moves during the launch of Pro Wrestling League

New Delhi: Olympic bronze medallist Sakshi Malik walked the ramp while CWG gold winner and showstopper Geeta Phogat showed her dancing prowess by grooving to Dangal’s title song days ahead of Pro Wrestling League 3.

Helen Maroulis performing on the song Deewani Mastani
Helen Maroulis performing on the song Deewani Mastani 

Walking the ramp and dancing alongside Sakshi were Olympic medallists Helen Maroulis and Marwa Amri along with Commonwealth Games medallist Tayla Ford and U23 world champion Bajrang Punia.

Babita and Vinesh Phogat

While Geeta grooved on the beats of Dangal, Maroulis danced on Deewani Mastani followed by other Indian and international stars. After gracing the ramp with musical moves, Maroulis said, "I am glad to be a part of Pro Wrestling League. It is very famous worldwide and it gives the much-needed platform to the players. I am eagerly looking forward to be a part of Season 3."

Sakshi Malik
Sakshi Malik

Sakshi added, "I have never experienced such thing in life ever. PWL is certainly the best platform for all the wrestlers as it is not only about wrestling but other activities that it engages."

Geeta Phogat
Geeta Phogat

Others who walked the ramp were Rahul and Sarita Mann, Geeta and Pawan, Sakshi and Satyavrat made the perfect pair, while the Phogat sisters -- Vinesh and Ritu -- also seemed upbeat.

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First Published: 23 December, 2017 10:40 IST

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