Sushil Kumar is a two-time defending champion at the Commonwealth Games.
Bajrang Punia, who was the defending champion in the men's 65 kilogram freestyle category, defeated Yones Aliakbar Emamichoghaei of Iran 10-4 in the play-off to take the bronze.
Navjot Kaur outclassed Japan's Miya Imai in the final bout of the women's 65kg freestyle category on Friday.
India's Vinesh Phogat had to be contend with a silver medal in the Asian Wrestling Championship after losing 2-3 to China's a Chun Lei in the summit clash of the women's 50kg freestyle event.
Vinesh Phogat assured herself and India of at least a silver medal at the Asian Wrestling Championship as the Commonwealth Games gold medallist entered the final of the 50kg category with win over Japan's Yuki Irie.
The 2013 and 2017 Commonwealth champion, Pooja, who had beaten Helen in the league stage too, repeated her feat in the sixth bout of the day that sealed Haryana Hammers' fate.
Haryana Hammers' Sun Yanan and Roublejit Rangi won the last two bouts against UP Dangal to win the last league encounter of the on Tuesday.
Commonwealth champion Pooja Dhanda of India earlier upset World championship silver medalist Odunayo Adekuoroye of Nigeria to put Punjab 3-1 ahead.
Olympic champion Vladimir Khinchegashvili pulled off a stunning victory over Mongolia Eedenebatyn Bekhbayar of Mongolia in the 57 kg contest to help Haryana Hammers surge 2 -1 ahead in the early stages.
Veer Marathas won the toss and blocked Uzbekistan's Bekzod Abdurakhmonov while UP Dangal opted to keep Marwa Amri out of the equation.
Punjab Royals' icon player Geno Petriashvili pulled off a dominating win to guide his side to an easy 6-1 victory over Delhi Sultans at the Siri Fort Indoor Stadium on Thursday.
Mumbai Maharathi co-owner Pradeep Sherawat categorically denied reports that they have withdrawn from PWL after being miffed with the organisers.
Parveen looked in great touch and warded off all attempts by his opponent to register his first win in this year's edition.
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Icon player Vinesh Phogat and Abdurakhmonob Bekzod won the last two bouts as UP Dangal edged out Delhi Sultans 4-3 to enhance their knock-out stage chances at the Pro Wrestling League on Monday.
In the fifth bout of the day, National champion Utkarsh Kale picked up a thrilling 5-4 victory over his compatriot Shravan in the 57-kg event to send Punjab 3-2 up andin the driver's seat.
UP's skipper Vinesh Phogat then made it two in two, with a dominating 10-0 in the 50kg women's event win against compatriot Seema.