That form is temporary and class is permanent is what India’s wrestling legend Yogeshwar Dutt emphasised while speaking about double Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar’s chances in 74kg as he returned to the UWW World Senior Wrestling Championships after a gap of eight years.The 2010 world champion, who is eyeing a fourth Olympic berth, has found strong backing from his former colleague Yogeshwar Dutt, who believes Sushil’s vast experience will be his forte.“Sushil pehelwan ji is one of the most experienced wrestlers right now. He has won 2 Olympic medals and one World Championship gold medal, that itself speaks a lot about him. His experience will help him a lot in this World Championship.”Yogeshwar DuttSushil Kumar Downplays Trial Controversy Ahead of World C’shipsDutt counted Sushil among his medal favourites as he singled out the names who could create history for India this time.“I’ve a lot of expectations from our wrestlers especially Bajrang, Sushil, Sakshi and Vinesh. Over the past few years, our performance has been really good. We’ve won medals in different tournaments through the year and I have high hopes,” he said.“This World Championship is a great chance for us to win maximum Olympic quotas,” he added. “The entire team has worked really hard and if they finish in the top 6 and get Olympic quotas, they'll get ample time to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics and work on their shortcomings with a free mind,” Yogeshwar added. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.