Bholu Pahalwan real name Haji Manzoor Hussain born 1922 in Amritsar, India, was an illustrious Pakistani wrestler and the very first wrestling champion of Pakistan. He was the eldest son of Indian champion Imam Baksh and the successor of the Great Gama Pahalwan. The initial part of his wrestling career was spent in the pre-partition India. In Pakistan he was generally known as the elder brother of a wrestling group called The Bholu Brothers comprising of himself and his four younger brothers, Azam, Aslam, Akram and Goga. One of his younger brothers, the second eldest son of Imam Baksh known as Hussain alias Hassu was not a part of the Bholu Brothers team of wrestling. He only wrestled as an amateur. Bholu was one of the most popular wrestler of 1950’s. His name has been recorded in the annals of wrestling. Bholu originates from a family of renowned wrestlers of Kashmiri origin from
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