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MKW's BELT AND ROAD TOURNAMENT 2 starts Saturday onwards at Rangasaala Kabad Hall

The reprise of Middle Kingdom Wrestling‘s Belt and Road ChampionshipTournament will be hosted in Nepal this year. Nepal Ring Wrestling Association is scheduled to hold 'MKW Belt and Road Championships' on Saturday, Baisakh 28. Top wrestlers of 6 countries will be the participants in the tournament held at Tripureshwor Rangasaala Kabad Hall. Special assistance of National Sports Council and MKW China's coordination. With the special support of the National Sports Council and the coordination of MKW China, the Wrestle Mania will witness the prized wrestlers of Nepal, China, America, England, Hong Kong, and New Zealand.

Among the famous wrestlers of Nepal we will be able to see Nuwakote Tiger, Thaku, David, X-Hero, Sign, Chattaan & Dilasha in the ring for the mania. Similarly, Ash Silva, Jade, Zombie Dragon and Uncle Money are from the wrestlers from United States. Whereas, Big Sam from UK, China's Bamboo Crusher, The Boy & black Mamba are among the fighters for the tournament. Already announced is an ll-star main event of current MKW Belt & Road champion Black Mamba, facing off in an all for one four way match that also includes Hong Kong, China’s Ash Silva, New Zealand’s Tommy Combat and Nepal’s very own pro wrestling super star, Nuwakote Tiger. Pradeep Pandey, Kuber K.C & Bikash Khadka will be the referees for the match.

The Championship will have two belt winners among whom a champion will be awarded with the "MKW Belt & Road Champion" whereas the other winner will hold the belt of the "MKW World Heavyweight Championship ". The tournament will host the matches of singles, tag team, two verses two, way corner rope and many more.

MKW Belt & Road Championship Tournament: Nepal will be held in the Rangasaala Kabad Hall, Tripureshor in Kathmandu on May, 11 with a 3:00 PM start time.­

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