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International wrestlers set to bout in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad next month

RAWALPINDI: Renowned international wrestlers have arrived in Pakistan to participate in Season 2018 International Wrestling event going to be held in August in different cities, ARY News reported. "(It's) pleasure to have international wrestlers Raymond Thomas and Andrew Harrison, UK, Nicole Tanea Brooks, USA, and Haris Fiaz, France, for coordination at ISPR," said Director General Inter Services Public Relations Maj General Asif Ghafoor in a statement posted on his personal social media account with his picture flanked…

‘Pakistani hulk’ aims to challenge world’s top wrestlers

MARDAN: Pakistan’s hulk man Arbab Khizer Hayat claims to be the world’s strongest man, wants to represent Pakistan at the world weightlifting competition. 25-year-old Pakistan's hulk man Hayat in a recent interview, he said: “My aim to become the champion. I am thankful to God for giving me this body. It is a matter of time before I get into the world weightlifting arena.” WHAT DOES THE GIANT MAN EAT? Hayat happily shares his daily diet plan and it is as fascinating as his massive build. He consumes around 10,000…

20 international wrestlers set to arrive in Pakistan next week

International wrestlers from 20 different countries including Canada, Japan and United States are set to arrive in Pakistan next week to hold wrestling events in different cities of Pakistan. This is a big news for the local fans of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). The wrestlers will be seen in WWE-styled action in Pakistan in May and November this year. The wrestling events will be held in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar. Pakistani professional wrestler Baadshah Pehalwan Khan will also accompany…

Mexico’s masked wrestling heroes train police

MEXICO CITY: Wearing colorful masks, two pro wrestlers show off their moves to a crowd, but this time it's not in an arena: They're teaching Mexico City police officers how to subdue villains. "How are you doing?" Dragon Rojo Jr, wearing a red mask with yellow horns and a crest, shouts at the 190 men and women at the courtyard of a police station in Iztapalapa, a crime-plagued borough of the mega-capital. "Good!" the officers reply in chorus before the ring gladiators lead them through a series of stretches, push-ups,…