The Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) is waiting for the pandemic to subside to put the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) back on track.
Since its inception in 2015, the PWL saw four editions before hitting a roadblock due to differences – resulting in a court case – between its promoter Pro Sportify and the WFI.
Following negotiations between the two sides, the promoter withdrew the case and paved the way for re-staging the league. However, the coronavirus outbreak spoilt the plan.
Now all the stakeholders are waiting for COVID-19 to subside. “The roadblock was cleared after they withdrew the case. But we cannot hold it in the current situation. Once things become normal, we will think of scheduling it,” said a WFI official.
A couple of franchise owners are hopeful that the PWL will be held towards the end of December or…