The game of Kabaddi has taken a serious topic on the verge of ongoing sports development. The game has been one of the most loving games and is having growing popularity with the time passing by. The game when started didn’t get this much love which it is getting now and it can never be decreased. Kabaddi is known to be as the most loving games of India and that game didn’t get this much popularity.
The team of Telugu Titans is being made up by Veera Sports which is backed by Core Green group. This Greenko group and NED group basically own the Telugu Titans. Veera Sports is being led by Srinivas Sreeramaneni who is the co-founder and Chairman of the Core Green Group along with Mahesh Kolli & Anil of Greenko Group and Gautham Reddy of NED Group.
The Core Green Group which was founded in 2009. It is one of the leading player in agri business industries like sugar, power, bio-fuels and bio-fertilizers and also works with various software companies.
The team have a Star raider Rahul Chaudhari from Telugu Titans who has won the most prestigious ‘Raider of the Tournament’ award in the inaugural season of the Star Sports Pro Kabaddi.
The team of Kabaddi has been owned by Ronnie Screwvala, U Mumba, the Mumbai based franchise of the Pro Kabaddi carved a niche for itself in the first season alone as it received a resounding response from millions of viewers who not only followed the team on television but also fills the stadiums in large numbers. Derived from the word Mumba, the name represents the mother island that gave birth known as Mumbai.
This massive team has been led by captain, Anup Kumar and it is being coached by Bhaskaran Edachery. as the Strategic Adviser, U Mumba consistently maintained its position as the top runner with 11 games which included 8 wins and 3 draws. U Mumba claimed the second spot at the season finale after the final match against Jaipur Pink Panthers.
This team is already gearing up for a powerful performance and is determined to win the Pro Kabaddi title this season. With the goal of furthering the sport of Kabaddi, the team’s parent company, U Sports is looking at constructing a first of its kind Kabaddi arena.