Sangram Singh comes forward for RKL – The Real Kabaddi

The biggest kabaddi league of the North-West region, Rajasthan Kabaddi League (RKL). The tournament is also a national level professional Kabaddi tournament, which has organised a pre-launch event.

The tournament is a franchise based league, which is managed by Atlanture Sports Pvt. Ltd. and is considered a very prominent sports tournament for Kabaddi in India.

Moreover, the highlight of the event was, Wrestler, Motivational Speaker, Health Guru and Bigg Boss fame, Sangram Singh has been selected inn for the RKL Season 2 and he will be the face of the tournament.

The event was held on August 17, 2022, in Jaipur. Satish Poonia, the State President of BJP party was the chief guest who graced the event with her presence.

KEI Industries Ltd. has been associated as the title sponsor of RKL Rajasthan Kabaddi League Season 2. The second season will feature 8 teams which will be Jaipur Jaguars, Shekhawati Kings, Chambal Pirates, Mewar Monks, Bikana Riders, Jodhana Warriors, Sufi Tigers, and Singh Soorma.

These teams will be a part of the KEI Wires & Cables RKL Season 2, which will begin from September 21 and with the final match on September 30. A total of 32 games will be played in the tournament.


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