Mumbai Garuda remains uneaten in Pro Wrestling League India (PWL) before the semi final fights. Mumbai is the only team which won all the matches played so far in the Pro Wrestling League 2015 (PWL). Mumbai Garuda won their match against one of the tough team of PWL, Haryana Hammers. Mumbai Garuda won their contest as 4- 3 over Haryana Hammers. Mumbai Garuda got the 32 points where Haryana Hammers managed to get 24 points. This match was held at Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore.
Venue Details – Koramangala Indoor Stadium, BANGALORE.
Date and Time – 24 Dec, 07:00 PM
Mumbai Garuda Vs Haryana Hammers : Bout Details
* First Bout : 57 kg weight category – Mumbai Garuda’s Rahul Aware won the contest against Nitin of Haryana Hammers as 7 – 2. First round was tough for both the wrestlers, but in both the rounds Rahul takes more points than the Nitin.
* Second Bout : 58 kg weight category – In womens 58 kg weight category, Mumbai Garuda’s Sakshi Malik defeated by Haryana Hammers Oksana Herhel. The fight was over with the score 4 – 2. Oksana put behinds to the Sakshi in first round, Unfortunately in second round, Sakshi bounced back in a game but fails to convert it victory against aggressive Oksana Herhel of Haryana Hammers.
* Third Bout : 74 kg weight category – Haryana Hammers Livan Lopez Azcuy defeated a Pradeep of Mumbai Garuda as 11 – 0 in the men’s 74 kg weight category. This was the total one side bout throughout first round.
* Fourth Bout : 69 kg weight category – In 69 kg women’s weight category, Geetika Jakhar of Haryana Hammers lost by Adeline Gray from Mumbai Garuda by 7 – 1.
* Fifth Bout : 125 kg weight category – In 125 kg weight category Mumbai Garuda’s Giorgi Sakandelidze defeat Hitendar from Haryana Hammers as 10 – 0. This was also the one sided combat.
* Sixth Bout : 48 kg weight category – Mumbai Garuda’s Ritu Phogat won the contest against Nirmal Devi of Haryana Hammers as 4 – 3.
* Seventh Bout : 97 kg weight category – In 97 kg fight category, Andriitesey Valerii of Haryana Hammers won the combat against Mumbai Garuda’s Odikadze Elizbar as 2 – 1.