PBL, PWL owners join hands to launch 'Big Bout - Indian Boxing League,' to feature top boxers like Mary Kom, Amit Panghal

The league will witness the participation of Olympic medallists & world champions, including MC Mary Kom, Sonia Lather, Amit Panghal, and Manoj Kumar

Press Trust of India November 15, 2019 22:22:54 IST
PBL, PWL owners join hands to launch 'Big Bout - Indian Boxing League,' to feature top boxers like Mary Kom, Amit Panghal
  • A first-ever Olympic style Indian Boxing league will be held from 2 to 21 December, the organisers said on Friday

  • The league will witness the participation of Olympic medallists & world champions, including MC Mary Kom, Sonia Lather, Amit Panghal, and Manoj Kumar

  • The two companies, who are the executors of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) and Premier Badminton League (PBL), will organise the league which will be aired on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 1 HD

A first-ever Olympic style Indian Boxing league will be held from 2 to 21 December, the organisers said on Friday.

PBL PWL owners join hands to launch Big Bout  Indian Boxing League to feature top boxers like Mary Kom Amit Panghal

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The league will witness the participation of Olympic medallists & world champions, including MC Mary Kom, Sonia Lather, Amit Panghal, and Manoj Kumar.

ProSportify and SportzLive owners have joined hands to create the Big Bout - Indian Boxing League with an aim to be the biggest Boxing Event in Asia.

The two companies, who are the executors of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) and Premier Badminton League (PBL), will organise the league which will be aired on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 1 HD.

Six franchisee-based teams are likely to fight it out in the league which is expected to be played in three cities.

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