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PKL History: 3 players you may not know played for Bengaluru Bulls in PKL 

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Pardeep Narwal had started his PKL career as a Bengaluru Bulls player
Pardeep Narwal had started his PKL career as a Bengaluru Bulls player

The defending champions of the VIVO Pro Kabaddi League, Bengaluru Bulls, have always been the top contenders for the title thanks to their genius coach Randhir Singh Sehrawat. The smiling assassin has always built a mighty squad for the Bengaluru-based franchise which has seldom disappointed the fans.

In the first season of the league itself, the Bulls qualified for the semifinals. They reached the final next year but the fans had to wait until the end of season 6 to see Bengaluru Bulls as the champions of the Pro Kabaddi League.

As per the rules and regulations of the Pro Kabaddi League, a lot of teams undergo major changes once a season ends. The franchises have the option to release the players they do not want and then buy the players they want in the auction.

While sometimes the franchises' decision to release a player proves to be right, but the same is not the case every time. The fans have seen multiple players become megastars after changing franchises.

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So, in this article, we will have a look at the 3 players you may not know played for Bengaluru Bulls once -

#3 Pawan Kumar Kadian

Pawan Kumar Kadian plays for Puneri Paltan now
Pawan Kumar Kadian plays for Puneri Paltan now

The former U Mumba star had made Bengaluru Bulls his new home in the year 2016. Though Kadian could play only one season for the Bulls, he represented them in 9 matches of season 4.

He had a decent record of 20 raid points at an average of 2.22 raid points per match. Pawan had provided good support to Rohit Kumar that year. However, the raider was released before PKL 2017.

Kadian had even scored a tackle point for the Bulls that year. He played for the Jaipur Pink Panthers and Dabang Delhi K.C. before joining Puneri Paltan in the year 2019.

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