The Indian came up with an awe inspiring performance to win all his bouts by technical superiority.
Bouts are awarded on the basis of technical superiority when a wrestler takes a lead of 10 or more points
Bajrang started his campaign with a power-packed display against Brahm Richards of New Zealand.
The Indian needed only a couple of minutes to beat Richands by technical superiority.
Bajrang executed a couple of two-point moves to go 4-0 up within the first 30 seconds. He then pulled off a gut wrench to flip his opponent over which earned him another four points.
Bajrang almost pulled off a pin but the Kiwi survived somehow with some desperate defending. But another tw-point move by the Indian finished off the contest.
In the quarter-finals, Bajrang outclassed Amas Daniel of Nigeria, building up a 10-0 lead early in the second round.
The domination contiuned in the semi-finals Bajrang pulled off a series of two-point moves to take an 8-0 lead in the first round.
Another takedown just after the break earned him the win and a place in the final.
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