History Of ProKabaddi
Players change, owners remain same. The support of the management in building a good team is reflected in their performances.
Champions of Pro Kabaddi Season 2- U Mumba
Pro Kabaddi League had its first season in 2014. The first season was from 26 July 2014 to 31 August 2014. There were double round robin matches along with two semi finals, third place and final games. 56 games were to be played in first round and 4 in play off stage making a total of 60 games. 8 teams took part in the first edition. First game was played on July 26 between U Mumba and Jaipur Pink Panthers and the final was played on August 31 at Sardar Vallabhai Patel Indoor Stadium,Mumbai. Jaipur Pink Panthers beat U Mumba by 35-24 to win the inaugural Pro Kabaddi League.
Pro Kabaddi League season 2 was from July 18 to 23rd August 2015. There were a total of 60 matches played this season with 2 semifinals, third place and finals. First game was played on July 18 between U Mumba and Jaipur Pink Panthers and the final was played on August 23rd at Mumbai between U Mumba and Bengaluru Bulls.
U Mumba beat Bengaluru Bulls by 6 points to win the 2015 season of Pro Kabaddi League. U Mumba stood first, Bengaluru Bulls stood second and Telugu Titans stood on third position in the league.
U Mumba, Bengaluru Bulls and Patna Pirates have been among the four teams to qualify for the semifinals in the both seasons.
The graph gives the analysis of the teams for both seasons based on the match win ratio.
Match win ratio = Number of wins/Number of matches played for each team.
If you see the graph, you can easily make out that U Mumba has more wins per matches as their performance was consistent in both the seasons. Jaipur Pink Panthers come second owing to their first season success and a reasonably good performance in the second season. Bengaluru Bulls have been there at the top 4 for both the seasons.
Telugu Titans are at the fourth place after their improved performance in the second season.
Puneri Paltan is the team which has the least match per point ratio as they were at the bottom of the table for both seasons. But their fortunes might just change this season.