Gama Pehlwan is still considered one of the best wrestlers of all time.

His real name was Ghulam Mohammad Baksh Butt, and was also known as Rustam-e-Hind. He was born in Amritsar, Punjab in 1878.

Also known as 'Great Gama', the wrestler remained undefeated in the international ring throughout his 52-year career.

Gama Pehlwan was given the title of "Tiger" after he won the World Wrestling Championship 1927.

Gama’s workout routine included 500 lunges and 500 pushups at only 10 years old.

He picked up wrestling at the age of 15 and became a national hero by 1910.

From 1947, he spent the last days of his life in Lahore, Pakistan before his death in 1960.

World Heavyweight Championship, World Wrestling Championship, a silver mace by Prince of Wales were his achievements.