Sangram Singh (Wrestler) Height, Weight, Age, Girlfriend, Biography & More
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Sangram Singh (Wrestler) Height, Weight, Age, Girlfriend, Biography & More


Bio Profession(s)Wrestler, Actor, Motivational Speaker Physical Stats & More Height (approx.)in centimeters-175 cm in meters-1.75 m in feet inches-5’ 9” Weight (approx.)in kilograms-75 kg in pounds-165 lbs Body Measurements (approx.)- Chest: 41 inches - Waist: 32 inches - Biceps: 15 inches Eye ColourBrown Hair ColourBlack Personal Life Date of Birth21 July 1985 Age (as in 2018)33 Years Birth PlaceMadina, Rohtak, Haryana, India Zodiac sign/Sun signCancer NationalityIndian HometownMadina, Rohtak, Haryana, India SchoolNot Known CollegeNot Known Educational QualificationNot Known DebutFilm: Uvaa (2015) TV: Survivor India – The Ultimate Battle (as participant), SuperCops vs Supervillains (as actor) FamilyFather- Umed Singh (Retired army soldier) Mother- Ramodevi (Homemaker) Brother- Not Known Sister- Not Known


  1. Does Sangram Singh smoke?: Not Known

  2. Does Sangram Singh drink alcohol?: Not Known

  3. Sangram was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis after birth and was bound to a wheelchair for approximately 8 years.

  4. In 1999, he started working as a sportsperson with the Delhi Police.

  5. In 2006, he won the gold medal in John Ritz Big Five International Tournament held in Johannesburg, South Africa.

  6. He won several famous awards such as Rajiv Gandhi Award, Crown Award by Youth Association India & International BodyBuilding (2010), Rajiv Gandhi Rashtriya Ekta Saman 2010, and Chhatrapati Shivaji Award for Best Indian Sportsperson 2012.

  7. He also won many titles like the National Champion (2003), Sher-e-Hind title (2008), Haryana Kumar Title of Wrestling (2000), and Mr. Haryana Title (2009).

  8. In 2012, he won the title of World’s Best Professional Wrestler by the World Wrestling Professionals, South Africa for his style, stamina, and nature of wrestling.

  9. He participated in many reality shows like ‘Survivor India – The Ultimate Battle’, ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi Season 3’, ‘100% – De Dhana Dhan’, ‘Sacch Ka Saamna’, etc.

  10. In 2013, he participated in the Salman Khan‘s popular reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ Season 7 and ended up as one of the finalists.

  11. He got a breakthrough role as an actor in the TV serial ‘SuperCops vs Supervillains’ as Sub-Inspector Sangram.

  12. He was the brand ambassador for the Wrestling Federation of India 2014.

  13. In 2014, he appeared in an interactive talk/chat show ‘Simply Baatien With Raveena’, hosted by Raveena Tandon.

  14. He received the title ‘Indian Affairs Indian of the year 2014 in Sports Leadership’ at 5th Annual Indian Affairs founded by Satya Brahma at India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2014.

  15. He won the Commonwealth Heavyweight Championship twice (2015 & 2016) that were held in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. For this, he was felicitated by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi in Delhi.

  16. He hosted the Live India’s TV show ‘Tau Aur Bhau’ and DD Sports’s show ‘Rio to Tokyo: Vision 2020.’

  17. He is the brand ambassador for ‘Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre’ and ‘People For Animal’ (PFA).

  18. He also worked as an official motivational speaker for the Indian Army and for Indian wrestlers who were representing India in the Commonwealth Games.

  19. On 6 February 2016, he played his first International match in Chandigarh, India, which was a charity match for Cancer patients.

  20. He was invited by the AYUSH ministry, NDMC, and IIT Delhi to Delhi as a Guest Of Honor where he gave a motivational talk to the youngsters.

  21. He also adopted 16 girls & 7 boys from Haryana and has sponsored their education.

  22. On 17 March 2016, he along with the support of celebrity Designer Rohit Bal & wife Payal Rohatgi launched his sportswear range SGXbySangramSingh in Delhi at FDCI for the benefit of common man.

  23. The journey of his life has been included in Hindi textbooks in a chapter format for children who studying in the 7th standard.

  24. He is also a registered organ donor.

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1. ↑ Hindustan Times

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