The U-23 Asian Championships is scheduled in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan from June 19 to 26 while the Matteo Pellicone Ranking Series is slated from June 22 to 25 in Italy.
It all happened on an action-packed day at the IG Stadium, New Delhi during the selection trials to pick up the men's freestyle team in six Olympic weight categories for the CWG on Tuesday.
In the absence of Iranian superstar Hassan Yazdani, Indian wrestler Deepak Punia (86kg) was one of the title favourites at the Asian Championships in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
The first will be the Dan Kolov — Nikola Petrov International Tournament in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria from February 17 to 20 while the next is the Yasar Dogu Ranking Series.
WFI, however, managed to ward off the trouble by immediately terminating the coach.
Rajeev Mehta confirmed that there was a complaint made against coach Murad Gaidarov and they have got the email from IOC about his accreditation termination.
Tokyo Olympics: Indian wrestler Deepak Punia misses bronze by a whisker, conceded take-down in last 10 seconds
Deepak Punia, son of a milk peddler in a Haryana village, was leading 2-1 before that take-down but it was not meant to be his day.
Indian wrestler Deepak Punia will fight for bronze medal after he was outclassed by formidable American David Morris Taylor.
Fourth-seeded Ravi defeated Bulgaria's Georgi Valentinov Vangelov by pure brute strength and agility at Mat A by 14-4. Meanwhile fighting on Mat C Deepak Punia edged China's Zushen Lin by 6-3.
Punia comfortably overcame the challenge of Nigeria's Ekerekeme Agiomor by the Technical Superiority of 12-1. The Indian never faced any real problems against Ekerekeme.
In the men's freestyle 86kg, Deepak Punia is pitted against Nigeria's Ekerekeme Agiomor, the African championship bronze medallist.