There is hope amid hopelessness for Haryana Hammers, which lifted the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) title the last time it was held in 2019.
Having been part of all four seasons of the PWL, it was a gradual progression for Hammers when it eventually emerged as the champion. Now, the Hammers camp feels that the uncertainty over the future of the league — due to a fall out leading to a legal battle between the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) and the promoters — can be overcome.
“There have been challenges. The WFI and team owners have come together to overcome those. A lot of effort, energy, time and investment have gone into it. The learning curve is over and now is the time to run the league efficiently,” said Dipin Kapur, one of the team owners of the Hammers.
The PWL started with a bang in 2015 with a lot of…