Sangram Singh to fight with South African wrestler for WWP Common Wealth Champion title: Important facts

first_imgInternational Wrestler Sangram Singh will be fighting against South African Wrestler Ananzi on March 27, 2016, in order to defend the WWP Common Wealth Champion Title at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.World Wrestling Professional (WWP) Federation is organising the Championship. Earlier, Indian Wrestler Sangram had wrested the Common Wealth Championship by defeating the Canadian wrestler, Joe Legend at the Nelson Mandela Ground in South Africa in July 2015. Sangram has turned Professional Wrestler after representing India in various World level Greco Roman Wrestling events. Sangram won the Golden belt of the title, however he cannot retain it, as one has to win the prestigious title thrice to keep the belt. As per the rules of the WWP, two wrestlers would have to sign the death contract, after which the organisation would not be responsible if someone dies inside the ring with fatal injuries.According to new format, six rounds of 3-3 minutes would be played and winner would be announced on the basis of points and knockout system. After every round, there would be only a 30-second break. As per the invitation letter written to Sangram Singh, the President Mark Beale of WWP  has informed that the President of South Africa has agreed to be the chief guest at the Wrestling Monster Championship. The winner would win the title of the Commonwealth belt and a huge fight purse.Interested in General Knowledge and Current Affairs? Click here to stay informed and know what is happening around the world with our G.K. and Current Affairs section.   advertisementlast_img