Jalandhar (Punjab), Oct 19 (ANI): Kavita Devi, who rocked the WWE ring in her traditional Indian attire, said she fought in ‘salwar-kameez’ to stay connected with her culture. Kavita has become the first Indian woman wrestler to be signed by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). She has represented India at the 2016 South Asian Games. She has been mentored by WWE’s 2007 World Heavyweight Champion the Great Khali aka Dalip Singh Rana. The Indian wrestler recollected the time when Kavita first joined his academy for training and acknowledged her determination and achievements. Wishes poured in from across the nation hoping Kavita would keep India’s flag flying high.
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