Pro Kabaddi 2019: Le Phir Panga! Teams to watch out for this tackle season.

Published on 19th Jul 2019 by BlogBuster Editorial Team

The tackle season is here, let’s gear up for the seventh season of Pro Kabaddi and take a look at the power-packed teams to watch out this season.

1. Bengaluru Bulls

The defending champions of Pro Kabaddi League 2018 are here to retain their championship trophy again and are looking forward to continue their winning streak with the terrific trio of captain Rohit Kumar, Ashish Kumar Sangwan, and Pawan Sehrawat. We surely can’t wait to see their dominating performances this tackle season.

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2. Gujarat Fortune Giants

The splendid finalists of the last two seasons of Pro Kabaddi 2018 are brilliant. Coached by Manpreet Singh, they have proved themselves to be the most competitive team of the Pro Kabaddi League. Let’s watch out if they can cross the final hurdle this season.

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3. Bengal Warriors

These Kolkata-based warriors are all set to aim for the best this season. Unfortunately, this is also Bengal Warriors first season without the Korean star Jang-Kun-Lee. A perfectly balanced team under the guidance of BC Ramesh is all set to overcome their lost battles this season. With Maninder on their side, Bengal Warriors have one of the best raiders in the league.


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4. Dabang Delhi K.C.

The capital city is yet to prove themselves in the league. Being coached by one of the most experienced coaches of PKL: Krishan Kumar Hooda, let’s hope we get to see some dabang performances by the Dabang Delhi K.C in PKL 2019.

Dabang Delhi K.C. Kabaddi Team
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5. Haryana Steelers

Haryana Steelers had a great start in their opening season in 2017, as they made it to the play-off season but couldn’t perform the same in 2018. Let’s see if the newly added star raider Prashanth Kumar Rai can take the team to the next level.

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6. Jaipur Pink Panthers

Jaipur Pink Panthers, the winners of the first season of Pro Kabaddi, have faced quite a dry run since then. Coached by Srinivas Reddy, with rising star Ajinkya Pawar among the ranks, the team has been maintaining their upward curve since season 4 of PKL. Let’s hope that Abhishek Bachchan's team surprises everyone and makes it to the play-offs this season.

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7. Patna Pirates

Welcoming the Korean star Jang-Kun-Lee, Iran’s Mohammad Maghsadlou and Surendar Nada in the team, the three times Pro Kabaddi champions are ready to conquer this season with their star raider Pardeep Narwal.

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8. Puneri Paltan

This season, Puneri Paltan will be coached by the legendary captain Anup Kumar. Releasing most of its players, the team retained Nitin Tomar, making him the second-costliest player in the PKL 2019. Let’s see if the brave Maratha warriors from Pune are able to make it to the top this season.

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9. Tamil Thalaivas

The Tamil Thalaivas have one of the best combinations of young blood and are likely to achieve wisdom in the league. Tamil Thalaivas are totally upbeat with the entry of Rahul Chaudhary, who’s the biggest buy of Tamil Thalaivas this season. Also, we can’t miss out on ‘One Man Army’ Manjeet Chillar, who’s one of the most successful defenders in the history of the Pro Kabaddi League.

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10. Telugu Titans

The team will be led by the star defender Vishal Bharadwaj and will be accompanied by the star raider Siddharth Desai, who was also the 2nd costliest player in the 7th season of Pro Kabaddi League. The Telugu Titans are fully pumped for the season and can definitely throw a tough battle against the other teams.

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11. UP Yoddhas

Making their debut in 2017, UP Yoddhas has been performing well ever since. This season, the team will be coached by the talented Jasveer Singh and Arjun Singh. UP Yoddhas have easily crossed the play-offs in the past two seasons, but now it’s for us to see if they can cross the final hurdle this season.

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12. U Mumba

The team hailing from Aamchi Mumbai with their popularity and glamour has been one of the most successful teams in the Pro Kabaddi League so far. They were also the champions of 2015 but unfortunately couldn’t continue their winning streak. The team has been coached by Sanjeev Kumar Balyan, who also helped Patna Pirates win the title in the third season of PKL. 

U Mumba Kabaddi Team
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