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World Wrestling Championships LIVE: Nisha Dahiya eyes bronze, Naveen Malik to begin campaign


World Wrestling Championships LIVE: The men’s freestyle event is all set to kickstart in the World Wrestling championship from Thursday, 15th September…

World Wrestling Championships LIVE: The men’s freestyle event is all set to kickstart in the World Wrestling championship from Thursday, 15th September 2022. Commonwealth Games gold medallist Naveen Malik is all set to begin his World Wrestling Championships as he will be in action in the 70kg category in his maiden World Wrestling Championship. Meanwhile, Deepak Nehra who won the bronze medal in Commonwealth Games will feature in the 79kg category. Follow Wrestling World Championship 2022 LIVE updates on InsideSport.IN 

World Wrestling Championships LIVE: Nisha Dahiya eyes bronze medal, CWG Gold medallist Naveen Malik set to begin World Wrestling campaign – Follow World Wrestling LIVE 

Also Read: World Wrestling Championships LIVE: Vinesh Phogat wins Bronze medal, Nisha Dahiya loses semifinal bout in World Wrestling championship: Check Highlights

In the Women’s freestyle, Nisha Dahiya is all set to fight for the bronze medal as she takes on the winner of the repechage. Dahiya lost the semifinal contest in the 68kg category on Tuesday. She is eyeing India’s second medal in the tournament after Vinesh Phogat clinched the bronze medal on Tuesday.

India’s matches for the day 

Men’s Freestyle

70kg – Taishi Narikuni (JPN) vs. Naveen Malik (IND)

79kg – Deepak Nehra (IND) vs. Dan Or Tsesarsky (ISR)

86 kg – Tarzan Maisuradze (GEO) vs. Sanjeet  (IND)

125 kg – Catriel Pehuen Muriel (ARG) vs. Dinesh (IND)

Women’s Freestyle 

68kg – Nisha vs Winner of Repechage

World Wrestling Championships LIVE: Nisha Dahiya eyes bronze medal, CWG Gold medallist Naveen Malik set to begin World Wrestling campaign - Follow World Wrestling LIVE 
World Wrestling Championships LIVE: Nisha Dahiya eyes bronze medal, CWG Gold medallist Naveen Malik set to begin World Wrestling campaign – Follow World Wrestling LIVE 

The tournament started off with none of the Indian wrestlers managing a podium finish in the first four days. One of India’s biggest medal hopes Vinesh Phogat too faced a shocking defeat in the first round on Tuesday. But with luck on her side, she managed to make it to the repechage after her opponent made it to the final and Vinesh made a good comeback on Wednesday to win the bronze. This podium finish will serve as a confidence booster for the other Indian wrestlers who are set to compete in the upcoming days.

Naveen Malik is another medal hope from the country and the 20-year old, who won the Commonwealth Games gold medal in the 74kg category has made the switch to the 70kg  category in this event.  He will begin his campaign against Japan’s Taishi Narikuni in the first round. The Japanese won the gold medal in the Asian Championships in 2022 in the 70kg category.

Deepak Nehra, who won bronze in the Commonwealth Games will begin his campaign by facing Israel’s Dan Or Tsesarsky in the first round. In the men’s 86kg category, CWG Gold medallist Deepak Punia pulled out of the tournament after suffering an elbow injury and in his place India will have Sanjeet, who begins his campaign by facing Georgia’s Tarzan Maisuradze in the opening round. In the 125kg category, India will have the representation from Deepak. He will face Argentina’s Catriel Pehuen.

Where to watch World Wrestling LIVE Streaming? 

The LIVE streaming of the World Wrestling Championship can be watched on the official website of the United World Wrestling.

World Wrestling Championships LIVE: Nisha Dahiya eyes bronze medal, CWG Gold medallist Naveen Malik set to begin World Wrestling campaign – Follow World Wrestling LIVE 



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