Ather Zahid Gains Prominence After The Fight Or Die Championship Victory

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Last month, Ather Zahid triumphed at the Fight Or Die Championship with his signature move, The Desert Slam. Victory in the WrestleMax 3 event has allowed him an entry into the upcoming tournament in Nepal, where he is set to compete against an Indian wrestler later this year.

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Life After Ather Zahid Won The Fight Or Die Championship

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Since winning the Fight Or Die Championship, Ather has become a media sensation, appearing on radio and morning shows. His compelling journey has captivated audiences, positioning him as the next breakout star in professional wrestling. The 28-year-old pioneer, is the first Saudi-born Pakistani professional wrestler. Born in Al Ahsa, Saudi Arabia, he honed his craft under the guidance of former WWE star Kalisto.

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While exclusively talking to Bolo Jawan, Ather said, “Capturing the Fight Or Die Championship is a monumental achievement for me as it marks a historic milestone for both Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. This victory allows me a unique place in record books as the first Saudi-born Pakistani to win this prestigious title”.

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As the pioneering Saudi-born Pakistani wrestler, Ather is an inspiration to countless aspiring young wrestlers. He exemplifies the notion that steadfast determination and dedication can surmount any obstacle, regardless of one’s origin or the challenges in life.