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Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Vivo Pro Kabaddi Season 6: The official Date for Pro Kabaddi League Announced

The sixth edition  of vivo pro kabaddi has announced the date , and it will start from 5th October 2018 to  5th January 2019. 
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This time the vivo pro kabaddi 13 weeks and its packed with equally balanced and strong teams .In the 5 season of vovo pro kabaddi the new change and addition of teams from 8 teams to 12 teams and the show has ran for 13 weeks . The viewer and interested on the kabaddi is increasing and made vivo pro kabaddi to watch. In the fifth season of vivo pro kabaddi the record of   313 million viewers and with a watch time of 110 billion minutes proved that kabaddi throughout the world finding its new place in every individual.
VIVO Pro Kabaddi turned into the greatest Season sports in its fifth and best season till date. Season 6 guarantees to be significantly more with full of actions, offering close encounter matches for fans nation over.
Where to watch vivo Pro kabaddi season 6:  VIVO Pro Kabaddi Season 6 action in stadiums,
Channels : on the Star Sports Network and Hotstar as per the schedule to be announced.
All it was started in 2014, Jaipur Pink Panthers were the first inaugural champions and U Mumba won their first title in Season 2 of the Pro Kabaddi. Pro Kabaddi has provided the stage to many young talents who aspire of making it to the big stage one day
The Vivo Pro kabaddi Season 6 will proceed with a similar energy and interesting rules which fans saw in Season 5 and the season will take 13 weeks to get completed. On fifth of  January 2019 will be the final match.  Keep on going over the day and age of 13 weeks.
The timetable is yet to be reported. There will be 2 Groups with 6 groups in each gathering who will battle for their heritage and inspire the energy level of their fans. The playoffs will keep on having 3 Eliminators and 2 Qualifiers and the finals which will be hung on fifth January 2019.
Auction of Vivo Pro Kabaddi 2018:
The season 6 of vivo Prokabaddi has broken many record . The auction was held on 30th and 31st May 2018. Monu Goyat was the highest paid kabaddi player in the season 6.
The Haryana Steelers brought him for Rs. 1.51 Crores.
The second highest paid was Rahul Chaudahari. Rs.1.29 Crores for Telagu titans.
Deeepak Niwas Hooda and Nitin Tomar , both were taken for Rs.1.15 Crores from Jaipur Pink
Panther and Puneri Paltan respectively.
The Action finished in high dramatization form and numerous groups have just begun their preparation camps in transit to the huge stage, the Pro Kabaddi. Numerous techniques are yet being made and numerous dialogs are occurring. In any case, the forthcoming period of VIVO Pro Kabaddi will additionally upgrade the session of Kabaddi and will elevate extraordinary activity pressed 40 minutes of matches in the days to come.
Teams:
U Mumba- For season 6, U Mumba has marked 20 players in front of the competition alongside their greatest marking, Fazel Atrachali who was purchased for a huge measure of ₹1 crore. Gholamreza Mazandarani, is the first ever outside Coach in Pro Kabaddi will train U Mumba
Tamil Thalaivas:  In the Season 6 auctions, Tamil Thalaivas managed to sign 19 players in their squad where Ajay Thakur was the highest paid Thalaiva with ₹76.23 lakhs.Ex U Mumba coach, Edacherry Bhaskaran will coach this team in Season 6, a team which is undoubtedly the most balanced side in Pro Kabaddi Season 6. Here is a prediction on how Tamil Thalaivas might line up in their playing 7 for the initial matches of the tournament.
Haryana Steelers : In Season 6 barters, Haryana Steelers just figured out how to sign 16 players in their squad. In front of the closeouts, they didn't hold any player with the exception of Kuldeep Singh, who left numerous fans in difficulty. Be that as it may, they got numerous eyeballs when they appeared suddenly at ₹139 lakhs in the offering war between U Mumba and Delhi lastly procured Monu Goyat at a magnificent measure of ₹1.51 crores, the most noteworthy offer for any player in Pro Kabaddi history. As Rambir Singh Khokkar will keep on coaching the group in Season 6, here is the anticipated beginning line up which the group administration should seriously think about in the beginning long periods of the competition.
Puneri Paltan: prior to the Season 6 barters, Puneri Paltan held 4 players to be specific, Sandeep Narwal, Girish Maruti Ernak, Rajesh Mondal and Gurunath More. The new youthful players held were Monu, Vikas Khatri, Rinku Narwal and Amit Kumar. In the Season 6 barters, Puneri Paltan marked their previous plunderer Nitin Tomar at an astounding marking measure of ₹1.15 crores, making him their most costly player. They've figured out how to manufacture an adjusted squad of 17 players stacked with top weapons. With Ashan Kumar as the new head mentor and Ashok Shinde as the central tutor, this is the manner by which Puneri Paltan's playing 7 may look like for their underlying diversions.
Bengal Warriors: The Kolkata based group, Bengal Warriors had commanded the graphs in Pro Kabaddi Season 5 which was a magnificent run comprising of Maninder Singh's epic rebound from damage and the commander, Surjeet Singh, driving the resistance from the front. Their wide holes in the correct corner and the left cover was their shortcoming in Season 5. Be that as it may, Bengal Warriors took off right bak that cut shudders down the spine of numerous groups including the champions, Patna Pirates themselves. In the Season 6 barters, Bengal Warriors marked 19 players in their squad with Maninder Singh and Surjeet Singh as their held players. PO Surjeet was the most generously compensated player with ₹80.3 lakhs. While mentor Jagdish Kumble will keep on instructing the group as the head mentor, here's the way Bengal Warriors may arrange their playing 7 for the underlying recreations of Pro Kabaddi Season 6!

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