The premier kabaddi tournament which is encouraging young talented kabaddi players has begun. The season 2 of the Real Kabaddi League has kicked off in emphatic style. As the concept was all about merging entertainment and sports together to give the audeinces a great time, the opening day of the RKL season 2 has lived up to everyone’s expectations. The evening began with an energetic dance performance by Limca book of record holders Dance Smith, who performed on bollywood songs and unwrapped the first layer of this evening that promises so much more. All eyes will be on the ravishing trophy that stands in the middle, waiting for the right team to get their hands on it. Fans have turned up in numbers as the Zee studios auditorium in Jaipur is completely jam packed with excitement all around the atmosphere. As previously revealed by Sportscraazy, the opening day featured the likes of Bollywood and TV celebrity Neha Dhupia and former International wrestler Sangram Singh. The former Wrestler gave a motivating speech to increase the tempo of the whole environment followed by the national anthem.
Once the opening ceremony concluded, it was time for the matches to begin. The first match of the evening took place between the Jaipur Jaguars and Jodhana Warriors.
Dinesh from Jodhana team and Aman from Jaipur squad were the most valuable player for both the sides it was a brilliant contest on display but ultimately Jaipur emerged as the winner of the contest.
Real Kabaddi League has set new benchnmark in the sport of Kabaddi where the amalgamation of entertainment along with Kabaddi was perfectly designed.
Celebrities including the likes of Neha Dhupia, Sangram Singh, Krishna Poonia were esteemed guest on the first day.
Taking about the second game played between Mewar Monks & Chambal Pirates as fans we expected brillant performances from both sides Jatin from Mewar Monks steal one point at the begining raid.
Dheeraj from the opposite team tried hard to salvage big points against opposition but his skills was not upto the mark during that phase.