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Rohit Sharma becomes co-owner of Pro-Wrestling League team UP Warriors

New Delhi, Dec 9: Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma was on Wednesday named as the co-owner of the Pro Wrestling League team UP Warriors. After Bollywood superstar of yesteryears Dharmendra, the India's ODI opener is the second big celebrity to co-own a team in the much-hyped league.

Speaking about the association, Rohit said, "India has had a long and proud history with wrestling. I am proud to come on board as one of the co-owners of the UP Warriors team at the Pro-Wrestling League. Our team has the best line-up of wrestlers including India's most celebrated wrestler Sushil Kumar. We look forward to making it to the top of the league for the first season of the PWL."

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