Sushil Kumar likely to make WWE debut next year

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Susil Kumar all set to become a WWE wrestler next year. Image Source: m.dailyhunt.in

Internet Desk: Two-time Olympic medalist for India Sushil Kumar is likely to make his WWE debut in November 2017. Earlier in October Sushil had been approached by some pro-wrestling organizations like WWE, TNA, but he rejected those offers during that period. However , the WWE officials kept in touch with Sushil to join their franchise and represent India to attract the most numbers of Indian-American wrestling lovers.

After long efforts from the WWE, finally Sushil has accepted the offer, but he is yet to make his final decision. A close source of Susil Kumar said the media that,” Sushil Kumar refused to join the WWE, but the people from the organization keep trying and finally, negotiation has been settled regarding finance and WWE have accepted to pay any sum of amount to him.”

The source further added,” November will be a good time for him to give this entire format a shot, post the regular wrestling season and we have decided the amount, but Sushil has to make the final call whether he would look to continue to the amateur wrestling or not.”

The close source also confirmed that if Sushil accepts the offer, he will only debut in the month of November in 2017. Sushil Kumar is currently practicing hard at the Chhatarasal stadium in New Delhi.

 

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