Indian Professional Wrestler Sagar Nama, aka Ben Jacks from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, has been selected for New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) in Japan

He is all set to become the next Indian Wrestler to enter the wrestling ring in Japan.

Sagar Nama has been trained in Continental Wrestling Entertainment in Jalandhar. He is ready to wrestle with Japanese and other international wrestlers. He has learned the nuances of professional wrestling from the former WWE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION “The Great Khali.” Various coaches have also trained him from USA & CANADA, including Matt Xstatic, Ethan HD, Neon Ninja Facade, and Xavier Justice.

Till date, Sagar has wrestled more than 80 matches, and in that, he has won more than 65 matches. He does hours of workouts in the gym and wrestling ring so that the titles also come in his lap. In India, he has wrestled under CWE, AWE, RWE, WRESTLEWOOD & HWF in front of a 50,000 – 80,000 live crowd.

The Great Khali is very impressed with the performance of Sagar Nama, and he is confident that Sagar will be successful in NJPW & WWE. He also believes that he will take Professional Wrestling in India to the next level. On his successful selection in NJPW, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shri. Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Governor of Madhya Pradesh Shri. Mangubhai C. Patel, Medical Education Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shri. Vishvas Sarang and Higher Education Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shri. Mohan Yadav congratulated him on behalf of the whole state. He is expected to join NJPW in Japan by the end of this year. 

Sagar is known for his innovative & vintage wrestling style. He is one of the most successful Professional Wrestlers in India. He is the only wrestler in India to use the Mysterious Japanese move “Green Mist.” Since his childhood, he has admired Bill Goldberg as his favourite wrestler. 

While studying at Central India Academy Dewas, he was determined to become a sports person. He has played various sports, including Cricket at U-19 International Level against Nepal and Handball at State & National levels. He has learned the Japanese Language as well, and he has cleared N5 & N4 levels in it.

As Sagar says, “Pain has become a part of my life now” it will be interesting to see how well he performs and represents his country India in Japan.


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