International pro wrestlers visit Pakistan for season 2018

International pro wrestlers visit Pakistan for season 2018

ISLAMABAD: International wrestlers hailing from countries around the world have landed in the capital, Islamabad to be a part of the professional wrestling competition. A female wrestler from the United States of America has also arrived in a part of this event. The international athletes also met the Major General Asif Ghafoor.

According to reports much to the joy of enthusiastic fans, the international players have come together once again to ignite the passion of wrestling. Among the wrestlers are Tiny Iron, Rebel, Badshah Khan along with an American female wrestler.

Ring of Pakistan’s Chief executive officer Syed Asim Bukhari in a press conference attended by most of the international stars said, “I am extremely happy that international wrestlers are here to be a part of this event”

These superstars will be in action on August 18th.

Bukhari also stated that we have learned from our past mistakes and that this event would be marginally better than the previous ones. We are working to portray a soft image of Pakistan in front of the world and soon we will host top wrestling superstars like John Cena.

Talking about the Army Chief of Pakistan Qamar Jawed Bajwa, Bukhari said that he is a national hero, Pakistan’s situation is positively progressing for the better.

While briefing the media, Bukhari said that these international wrestlers met the DG ISPR today.

Wrestler Tiny Iron, while addressing the media, said that wrestling is loved and followed worldwide. It is a quite a tough profession to be in. Getting in the headspace to enter and play in the ring.

Pakistani-descent wrestler Badshah Khan expressed his excitement for the coming event and stated how much he has missed this country.

“I have been to Pakistan before and this year I especially missed this country. Pakistan is like a second home to me now. It feels good to be back and the warm welcome I have received here in Pakistan only made me more excited about the upcoming matches.”
Pakistani Wrestler Badshah khan said that Wrestling is an art.

”This game is not specified for the rich or poor but only for the fittest. I am sure that these matches would attract the world with its finesse.”

American female Wrestler Rebel while talking to the media said, “It feels amazing to be in Pakistan and I would like to take this opportunity to ask my competitors to be ready for the face off.”