New Delhi: India's disappointing performance continues for the second day in the World Wrestling Championship. Indian Wrestler Ravi won the first victory for India but later had to defeat. Olympic quota was at stake in three weight categories but all three Indians Manish (67 kg), Sunil Kumar (87 kg) and Ravi (97 kg) failed to give a tough competition. On the first day, four wrestlers could not win a single match, while three of them could not score a single point. Ravi defeated Cheng Hao Chen of Chinese Taipei.
The Indian wrestler won 5–0. Ravi, however, had to face defeat in the next match against Artur Omarov of the Czech Republic. Ravi lost two points due to dropping out of the match and then went for one point against him for more defensive play. Omarov then scored 7–0 and defeated the Indian player 27 seconds before the first period was over.
Omarov then had to face defeat against Serbia's Mihail Kazaia in the quarter-finals, ending Ravi's hopes of a medal. Manish lost 1–10 against David Tihomirov Dimitrov of Bulgaria. Sunil lost 0-6 against Joseph Patrick Rau of the US in the 87kg category.