Once upon a time, they were the apple of the eyes of almost every Indian. They were the darlings of the wrestling world. But now, they have seemingly become a bunch of losers, entangled in controversies that will have a long-lasting impact on their careers.
Let’s take a look on the wrestling woes that have unfolded, leaving us scratching our heads and laughing at the absurdity of it all.
The Moral Veil Ripped Off!
When Babita Phogat, one of India’s renowned wrestlers, called the protesting wrestlers the “Kathputli of Congress,” many mocked her for the statement. Little did we know that her words would soon turn into an unfortunate self-fulfilling prophecy.
Given the current performance and actions of the protesting wrestlers, it seems they no longer have any moral veil to hide behind. Their recent decisions and controversies have raised eyebrows and left us wondering if they have lost their way in the pursuit of fame and glory.
To begin with, Vinesh Phogat’s sudden withdrawal from an upcoming wrestling tournament raises suspicions and adds a touch of comedy to the tale. Initially, she had committed to participating, but at the last moment, she conveniently pulled out, avoiding the trials for the Asian Games. It appears that she wanted to shift the schedule to garner more limelight and create an illusion of extraordinary achievement.
To add another twist to the wrestling woes, Vinesh Phogat now finds herself in trouble with the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA). NADA has sent her a notice for whereabouts failure, indicating that she may have neglected to update her whereabouts as required. It’s an amusing turn of events that leaves us wondering if she misplaced her wrestling gear along with her sense of responsibility.
Sakshi Malik enjoying a state sponsored vacation?
Meanwhile, in a peculiar turn of events, Sakshi Malik, another celebrated wrestler, who hadn’t hesitated a moment into threatening to throw her medals in River Ganga, is apparently in the United States training for beach wrestling alongside school kids. The expenses for this unusual endeavor are being covered by JSW, a business entity. It’s quite baffling that washed-up wrestlers are being funded to train abroad, leaving us scratching our heads and chuckling at the curious choices made by those involved. We may never know the true motives behind this arrangement, but it certainly adds an extra layer of absurdity to the wrestling comedy.
A medal of no values?
Sangeeta Phogat, a member of the illustrious Phogat wrestling family, participated in a non-Olympic weight category in a recent tournament. However, her performance turned out to be rather lackluster, as she won two bouts and lost two, including a devastating 0-10 loss. Despite her unimpressive record, she managed to secure a bronze medal. Let’s give her a round of applause for finishing third among five nobodies in the competition.
Ironically, Bajrang Punia, an Olympic medalist and Sangeeta Phogat’s husband, took to social media to celebrate her modest accomplishment as if it were a monumental triumph. The exaggeration of their achievements is both amusing and a reminder that even our revered “top athletes” can sometimes blur the line between reality and grandiosity.
In her tweet lambasting the anarchism resorted to by the protesting wrestlers, Babita emphasized the accountability of the protesters to the public. With a no-holds-barred approach, she urged the protesters to come clean about their intentions and face the court of public opinion. She stressed that it is ultimately the public to whom they are answerable.
The wrestling world, once dominated by legends, has transformed into a circus of controversies and questionable choices. From Vinesh Phogat’s convenient withdrawal to Sakshi Malik’s beach wrestling adventures, the absurdity of it all leaves us amused and bemused. It serves as a reminder that even the most revered athletes can lose it all in a single moment of irrationality.
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