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Lalit Modi’s new dream: MMA league

DNMUM394462 | 8/13/2017 | Author : Chander Shekhar Luthra | WC :364 | Sports



New Delhi: The Indian Premier League (IPL) is arguably the most lavish spectacle Indian, or world, cricket has seen since the Kerry Packer days. Now, the embattled founder of the IPL, living in exile in London to avoid Indian investigative agencies on charges of money laundering, among other offences has his eyes on a bigger prize: fighting.
Specifically, televised live fights of some of the biggest names around the world, to be beamed prime time in all the major cities around the globe.
Over the past six years, since he was forced out of the IPL and Indian cricket, to boot, Modi, it seems, has been exploring and attending martial arts events to identify and build a group to rival the best in the business. He already has hi
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