Alleged supporters of wrestlers Sushil Kumar and Praveen Rana exchange blows at K.D. Jadhav Stadium

Sushil Kumar has been terrific form since his comeback in the international circuit

Olympic silver-medallist wrestler Sushil Kumar qualified for 2018 Commonwealth games after beating Jitender Kumar in 74 kg category and made headlines. However, an unfortunate incident took place between the alleged supporters of Sushil and fellow wrestler Praveen Rana as they engaged in a fight off the mat.

In a video posted by ANI the alleged supporters can be seen going haywire against each other. Few of them can be seen lying on the floor after the outbreak. They can be seen throwing bottles and chairs on each other in an ugly brawl. The video also shows a group of people bashing up Rana’s brother.

Sushil condemned these malicious acts and also thanked his guru Satpal Singh and Baba Ramdev while talking to media after the qualification match.

Sushil posted a few videos of the qualification bouts via his Twitter handle as well –

Praveen Rana behaved rudely after losing to Sushil in the semi-final round.

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Sushil told reporters while panting after the bouts,

…he bit me but no problem, it might be his tactics to stop me from performing well. All this is a part of sports.

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Sushil recently made his international comeback with a bang by bagging a gold medal in the South Africa. Recently the 34-year-old had got the better of Rana in the Commonwealth Championships final.

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