World’s top pro wrestlers visit Pakistan Sweet Home

Islamabad—A three-member team of world’s renowned professional wrestlers on Monday visited Pakistan Sweet Home at H-9/4 sector of the capital and mingled with hundreds of orphan kids.
The wrestlers – former world champion Flesh Gordon, Tiny Iron and Pakistan’s Badshah Pehalwan Khan were warmly received by chief patron of Pakistan Sweet Home Zamurd Khan and orphan children.
They were also accompanied by CEO Masscomm Solutions, Qamar Chaudhry.
The wrestlers gave tips to the kids and provided guidelines to them to become professional wrestlers and earn a name in the game.
They also promised to hold a show for the kids of Pakistan Sweet Home when they would come again in Pakistan on the eve of country’s first ever professional wrestling competitions, to be held in five major cities of from November 28 to December 8.
Talking to media Badshah, who is Pakistan’s only pro wrestler, said that it would be for the first time in the history of Pakistan that several renowned pro wrestlers from around 15 countries would chip in a professional event.
“The event will not only provide a new sort of entertainment to the people here but will also pave way for the return of international sports activities,” said Badshah, who debuted in wrestling in October 2010 in France as a trainee and had his first pro wrestling match in January 2012.
The 22-year-old, who had competed against the best European pro wrestlers since his debut said, he wanted to tell the world that Pakistanis were peaceful people and lovers of sports.
“It had been my dream to see wrestling competitions in Pakistan and I’ve been trying for that for the past two years. Thank God, finally the wrestling competitions are going to take place here,” he said.
Flesh Gordon said he had found Pakistani people lovers of sports and was happy that professional wrestling would take place in such a nice country. “I’m feeling as I’m in my own country. We’ll tell the world that Pakistan is safe and secure for all sorts of sports activities,” he said.
The wrestling contests will be jointly organized by a European company, Wrestling Stars and Pakistan’s event management company, Masscomm Solutions.—APP

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