Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt said that he wants to end the Olympics with a gold medal. Last time in the London Olympics, he won a bronze medal for the country which looked impossible. It was a brilliant performance by Yogeshwar Dutt to win a bronze medal for the country in London Olympics. It was a superb performance by Yogeshwar Dutt.

In his last Olympics at Rio, Yogeshwar Dutt will be looking to sign off in great fashion by winning a gold medal in 60 KG weight category. No Indian wrestler has been to win a gold medal in Olympics for India.

With no Sushil Kumar in Rio Olympics 2016, it will be on him to bring a medal for the country. Yogeshwar Dutt is going to take part in Rio Olympics at 65 KG weight.

Yogeshwar Dutt has done a lot for the country in wrestling which has made India a tough contender in the world. Sushil Kumar won the silver medal in London Olympics.

Yogeshwar Dutt has been a star for Indian wrestling and his achievements in his career has shown that with dedication and ability to fight hard anything can be possible.

Yogeshwar Dutt qualified for Rio Olympics by bagging the gold medal in the Asian Olympic qualification tournament in March 2016.

No Indian wrestler has not won a gold medal in Olympics history. The best performance from Indian wrestling team in London Olympics where Sushil Kumar and Yogeshwar won silver and bronze medal respectively.

No Indian wrestler has won a medal in Olympics history. The 33-year-old wrestler from Haryana has won lots of medal for the country including the Asian Games, Commonwealth Games.

Yogeshwar Dutt has been an inspiration for young Indian stars who want to take wrestling as their profession. His ability to come out of tough situations makes a tough opponent.

In the London Olympics, he lost in the pre-quarter finals. His opponent reached the finals which he faced in the pre-quarter finals round. He won the 3 matches in repechage round and won a bronze medal for India in 60 KG.

With lots of expectations riding high on him, Yogeshwar Dutt would hope to end to his Olympic career on a high by winning first ever gold medal for the country in wrestling.