Dabang Delhi KC is now led by captain Naveen Kumar, one of the best raiders in the league, known for his quick raids and consistency. Under his leadership, the team has become one of the top contenders in the Kabaddi League, and they are determined to win the championship.
As the season progressed, each game was more challenging than the last as Big Bundley KC faced tough opponents. But the team never gave up and went all out to win the top spot.
Off the field, Dabang Delhi KC is a tight-knit group, like a family. They supported each other through ups and downs, and their performances on the court showed their camaraderie. The team mirrors their city, which is known for its resilience and determination.
Dabang Delhi KC is currently coached by Krishan Kumar Hooda, an exemplary coach who has led Haryana and Haryana Police to multiple national championships. He served as the international coach of the Indian national Kabaddi team, helping them to multiple Asian Championships and South Asian Games titles. After taking over Dabang Delhi KC, he led the team all the way to the finals in Season 7. In the eighth season, it was promoted to the semi-finals, leading the team to defeat Patna Pirates and win the first championship of Dabang Delhi KC.
For the upcoming 2023 Pro Kabaddi League season, coach Hooda and captain Naveen expressed confidence. The Sultanpur native of Haryana who was named the “Most Valuable Player” (MVP) in season 7 experienced He was absent from the game due to injury and once became the fastest person in history to reach 600 raid points, but Naveen still generously stated that personal honor and disgrace are insignificant compared with the success of the team, and he will believe in him like other players. Believe the other Raiders, the team’s current training is perfect, and they have a lot of confidence in competing for the championship.
“Our strategy in the auctions worked out well when it comes to retaining our players and adding many young talents to it. Our team has been one of the most consistent teams from the last two-three seasons of the tournament and we are confident that with this strong new squad, we would retain our title and bring the championship cup home for our fans.”