PKL Season 10: MVPs of Every Season in Pro Kabaddi League
The Pro Kabaddi League, a cornerstone of thrilling kabaddi action, is set to make a grand return with its much-anticipated 10th season on December 2, 2023. Since its inception in 2014, the league has become a global spectacle, captivating fans with exceptional displays of skill and sportsmanship. One of the most prestigious accolades in the league is the 'Most Valuable Player' (MVP) award, presented to the standout performer of each season.
Every Season MVPs in Pro Kabaddi League
In the inaugural season, Anup Kumar emerged as the MVP despite U Mumba falling short in the final against Jaipur Pink Panthers. Anup Kumar's captain cool demeanor and outstanding performances in 16 matches, accumulating 155 points, made him a standout player.
Season 2 witnessed the rise of Manjeet Chhillar, an exceptional all-rounder who led the Bengaluru Bulls to the final against U Mumba. Despite the loss, Chhillar's remarkable contribution of 67 raid points and 40 tackle points earned him the Season 2 MVP title.
Rohit Kumar's aggressive raiding style played a pivotal role for Patna Pirates in Season 3. Despite tough competition, he secured the MVP award with 102 raid points in 12 matches, showcasing his prowess alongside partner Pardeep Narwal.
Pardeep Narwal continued to dominate in Season 4, playing for Patna Pirates. His remarkable raiding skills led the team to victory in the final, scoring a total of 133 points and showcasing his prowess on the mat.
Season 5 belonged once again to Pardeep Narwal, who set records by accumulating an astounding 369 raid points. His average of 14 points per match was exceptional, and he played a crucial role in leading Patna Pirates to victory.
Pawan Sehrawat's heroics took center stage in Season 6, particularly in the final where he single-handedly secured the championship for Bengaluru Bulls with a 22-point haul. Scoring the most raid points (271) and recording 12 super raids, Sehrawat etched his name in PKL history.
Naveen Kumar made a strong debut in Season 6 for Dabang Delhi and continued his impressive form in Season 7 and 8. Playing 23 matches, he scored 301 raid points. In season 8 he played 17 matches and scored 207 raid points, a crucial contribution to Delhi's success, especially in the final alongside Vijay Malik. His incredible performance earned him MVP in both Season 7 and Season 8.
Season 9 saw Arjun Deshwal leading Jaipur Pink Panthers' raiding department to triumph. With an impressive 296 points, including 17 Super 10s, Deshwal played a pivotal role in Jaipur's victory.
These MVPs have not only demonstrated their exceptional skills but also exemplified leadership and determination, becoming synonymous with the success of their respective teams. As we eagerly await the 10th season of the Pro Kabaddi League, the legacy of these outstanding players continues to shine, setting the stage for another thrilling chapter in kabaddi history.