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Maninder Singh is a 31 years old professional Indian kabaddi player.

He is the captain of Bengal Warriors in the Pro Kabaddi Team and he even plays for the Indian national League as a raider. 

Currently, he holds the record of being the fastest raider in the league to score 500 raid points in just 56 matches. 

He is has caught everyone’s eyes for his ability and quick thinking which leave defenders confused. 


Maninder was born in Dasuya in the Hoshiarpur district, Punjab on 31 January 1990 and currently lives in Jalandhar, Punjab. 

He started playing kabaddi when he was in school and his interest grew in it.

Hence he joined the Shaheeb Bhagat Kabaddu club where his coach was Hanumant Singh.

He did his graduation from Khalsa College, Amritsar and later he got a job in Punjab Police 

Currently, he is serving as an Assistant Police Sub-Inspector in Punjab Police. 

Maninder Singh | Career

Maninder made his debut in 2014 for Jaipur Pink Panthers in a Rajasthan-based team in the opening season of the Pro Kabaddi League. 

In that season he made 130 raid points was on the third spot among the top raiders in the PKL. 

He joined Bengal Warriors in the fifth season of the PKL after few inactive seasons. 

In the starting only he proved he is still an amazing player leading the Bengal raiding squad with 190 points. 

Maninder has been with the Bengal because of his impact and brilliant performance in the last season.  

 In 2017 he was also the part of Indian National Kabadi team and they won the 2017 Asian Kabaddi Championship. 

In 2019, Maninder became the captain of his team and his average of 10.25 points per game was the best of his career. 

 He also became the second quickest raider to reach 600 in just 68 in the PKL; he made this record in a match against Patna Pirates 

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