Rakhi Sawant strikes back again, says she was being cheated in the ring

People are well aware of what happened to Rakhi Sawant of late at a Continental Wrestling Entertainment (CWE) match in Panchkula in Haryana. She was kicked out in the ring by a wrestler after which Rakhi was heard complaining about stomach and backache.

She was easily outsmarted by the wrestler as the latter knocked Rakhi out in the ring at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Panchkula. The video spread like wildfire just moments after it was uploaded.

Rakhi Sawant found it difficult to wake up after she was smacked by the wrestler. She was seen lying on the floor. Then the women police cop and other senior officials over there made sure that Rakhi was alright. She was heard complaining about stomach and backache.

Soon, she was then taken to the hospital where the doctors confirmed that she is stable. The Continental Wrestling Entertainment, which is CWE was instituted by the ever-so-famous WWE Wrestler The Great Khali in 2015 in Jalandhar, Punjab.

Rakhi Sawant is now back with an epic statement after she was knocked out in the ring. On recent wrestling knock-out, she said “I was being cheated in the ring because she was there to dance and not to fight,” as reported by TOI.

Later after getting injured at the worst scene, she also alleged that Tanushree Dutta paid the wrestler to intentionally injure her as she lent support to Nana Patekar.

“She is Rebel who has intentionally harmed me… she took money from @iamtanushreeduttaofficial and tried to injure my back so that I can never dance again or entertain my fans.. My dear lovely fans from India, America and pura world I request you to stand with me and lets fight back with those British people.. I am sharing her account pls help me,” Rakhi wrote on her Instagram.

However, after lots of tantalising drama, Rakhi finally apologised to Tanushree on social media and the world war of words apparently came to a close.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.