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Pakistan-wrestling-society,Traditional wrestling loses its grip on Pakistan, by Khurram Shahzad In this picture taken on January 9, 2013, Pakistani business man Abid Aslam Bholu (R), chats with wrestlers at a practise ring in Lahore. For decades, the Bholu brothers practise ring honed the talent of Pakistan's most famous wrestling family. Today, it is their graveyard, a fitting symbol of the decline of the sport in the Muslim nation. The other Bholu brothers are buried next to a centuries-old Banyan tree to the side of their former ring. Sweepers clean the mausoleum, but otherwise the compound of a mud court, abandoned gym and small decayed garden is eerily quiet. AFP PHOTO/ Arif ALI (Photo credit should read Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistan-wrestling-society,Traditional wrestling loses its grip on Pakistan, by Khurram Shahzad In this picture taken on January 9, 2013, Pakistani business man Abid Aslam Bholu (R), chats with wrestlers at a practise ring in Lahore. For decades, the Bholu brothers practise ring honed the talent of Pakistan's most famous wrestling family. Today, it is their graveyard, a fitting symbol of the decline of the sport in the Muslim nation. The other Bholu brothers are buried next to a centuries-old Banyan tree to the side of their former ring. Sweepers clean the mausoleum, but otherwise the compound of a mud court, abandoned gym and small decayed garden is eerily quiet. AFP PHOTO/ Arif ALI (Photo credit should read Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images)
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