Kabaddi is one such sport where India has undoubted dominance. There have been 3 Kabaddi World Cups till date and all 3 won by India. In World Cup 2016, India trailing to Iran at the halfway mark. overcame Iran by a narrow margin of 38 – 29. Kabaddi has been played at the Asian Games since 1990. The Indian team has won all seven Gold medals, with Bangladesh being second most successful team at the game. With the advent of Pro Kabaddi League in 2014 the game has received a fresh life among the masses. People have been following the game enthusiastically. From the economic point of view for the player, the league has done wonders. The latest auctions for Pro Kabaddi League saw 6 players grossing an excess of 1 Crore INR. The highest bid of 1.51 Crores was recieved by Monu Goyat.
Taking all these factors into consideration, we take a look at the 5 young players who are the future of the sport in the country.