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Wiebe defeats Di Stasio in wrestle off

Erica Wiebe can now celebrate her Commonwealth Games Trials win.

The Olympic champion had to defeat 2017 World Championships bronze medallist Justina Di Stasio in a wrestle off after Di Stasio pulled out of the Trials in November due to an injury. Both wrestle in the 76 kg weight division.


Wrestling Canada Lutte sending eight to first U23 World Championships

Wrestling Canada Lutte will be sending a talented team of eight to the U23 World Championships taking place from November 21 to 26. The Championships will be a first for United World Wrestling. The federation is debuting the competition for 18 to 23-year-old athletes in the three Olympic disciplines.

Team Canada will be led by Jevon Balfour and Braxton Stone-Papadopoulos, who both competed in the Senior World Championship in August. 


Indian powerlifter Kavita Devi joins WWE

Former competitive powerlifter and South Asian Games gold medal winner Kavita Devi has been selected to compete in the Mae Young Classic, which is the first ever WWE tournament for women, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) announced on Thursday.

Kavita, who hails from Haryana, has undergone training to be a professional wrestler under the guidance of former WWE champion 'The Great Khali' at his Punjab based wrestling promotion and training academy.


Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to make movie about WWE superstar Paige

Actor Dwayne Johnson, also known by his ring name The Rock, is making a biopic for his next movie project about World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar Paige.

The former wrestler is teaming up with WWE Studios and "The Office" creator Stephen Merchant to bring the life story of the WWE Superstar to the big screen. The biopic, titled "Fighting with My Family", will be written and directed by Merchant himself, reports 


Punjab Royals edge Haryana Hammers to win Pro Wrestling League title

Punjab Royals produced a dramatic comeback to edge out Haryana Hammers 5-4 in the final of the second edition of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) at the KD Jadhav Indoor Stadium on Thursday. Haryana, who were beaten to the title in the final of the inaugural edition by the now renamed Mumbai Garudas, saw the trophy slip narrowly from their grasp for the second year in succession.

In a nail-biting, edge-of-the-seat contest, Haryana took the lead a couple of times with Punjab staging a dramatic comeback on both occasions. With the tie locked at 4-4, the fate of the championship boiled down to the final bout between Punjab's Jitendra and Sumit Sehrawat of Harayna in the men's 74 kilogram division. Jitendra dominated right from the start to win 12-1 and win the title for Punjab.


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