Monu Goyat (Kabaddi) Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Family, Biography & More

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Monu Goyat is an Indian professional Kabaddi player who played for teams like Bengal Warriors, Haryana Steelers, Telugu Titans, Patna Pirates, and UP Yoddha in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL). He has also represented the Indian national team in international tournaments.


Monu Goyat, also known as ‘Silent Killer’, 1 was born on Sunday, October 16, 1994 (age 36 years; as of 2023) in Kungar village, Bhiwani district, Haryana. He is a resident of Hansi, Haryana. His zodiac sign is Libra. Monu started playing kabaddi at the very small age of ten along with his friends in his village. Under the influence of his uncle, he started playing kabaddi and was later selected for his school’s under-19 team.

A picture of Monu Goyat during his childhood

A picture of Monu Goyat during his childhood

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 10″

Weight (approx.): 80 kg

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black

Body Measurements (approx.): Chest: 42”; Waist: 32”; Biceps: 16”


Monu belongs to a family of Jat from Haryana.

Parents & Siblings

Monu Goyat’s father’s name is Ram Bhagat Singh. He is a farmer.

A picture of Monu Goyat’s father

The name of his mother is Darshani Devi.

A picture of Monu Goyat’s mother

His brother’s name is Devendra Goyat who is three years elder than him.

Monu Goyat's brother Devender Goyat

Monu Goyat’s brother Devender Goyat

Wife & Children

Monu Goyat got married to Ranu Bahal.

Monu Goyat with his wife Ranu Bahal

The couple has a daughter together.

Monu Goyat with his daughter


Monu Goyat follows Hinduism. 2

Monu Goyat in a temple


Position: Raider

League: Pro Kabbadi League

Debut: Bengal Warriors (2016); Asian Games (2018)

Coached By: Vijender Singh, Jasvir Singh

Teams Played For: Bengal Warriors (2016), Patna Pirates (2017, 2021), Haryana Steelers (2018), UP Yoddhas (2019), Telugu Titans (2022)

Monu Goyat joined the Indian Army in 2011 through the sports quota and played regularly for services in national tournaments. His coach during this time was Jasvir Singh. Due to the regulations of the Army, he wasn’t able to play the first three seasons of the Pro Kabaddi League. Representing the Services Sports Control Board, he reached the finals of the 65th Senior National Championships in 2017. He continued to perform well for services and was eventually chosen to play for Bengal Warriors in Season 4 (2016.)

International Career

In 2018, he was part of the India national kabaddi team that won a bronze medal at the Asian Games. Monu made an excellent performance for the Indian team in 2018 which helped the team win gold at the Dubai Kabaddi Masters.

Monu after winning Dubai Kabaddi Masters

Pro Kabaddi League

Monu began his journey in Pro Kabaddi League by joining Bengal Warriors in the 4th season in 2016. In his debut season, he scored 59 points while raiding and 4 while tackling in 13 games.

Monu Goyat playing for Bengal Warriors

Monu Goyat playing for Bengal Warriors

He became an important scorer for the team and was enlisted among the top 15 raiders of the season. In the 5th season, he played for Patna Pirates and scored a personal best of 191 raid points and 11 tackle points in 26 matches.

Monu Goyat in Patna Pirates

Monu Goyat in Patna Pirates

In the 6th season, he signed up with Haryana Steelers for a massive amount of 1.51 Crore rupees. He performed exceptionally well by scoring 164 points in 20 matches, including 3 super raids and 10 super 10s.

Monu Goyat in Haryana Steelers team

Monu Goyat in the Haryana Steelers team

However, he got released by Haryana Steelers for the 7th season and got bought by U.P Yodha for 93 Lakhs. He scored 65 raid points and 5 tackle points in 14 matches for the U.P Yodha team.

Monu Goyat in the UP Yoddha team

Monu Goyat in the UP Yoddha team

For season 8, Monu played for the Patna Pirates, and for season 9 with Telugu Titans.

Monu Goyat playing for Telugu Titans team

Monu Goyat playing for the Telugu Titans team


  • 2018 Dubai Kabaddi Masters – Gold
  • 2018 Asian Games – Bronze

Bike Collection

Monu Goyat owns Bajaj Platina and a TVS Suzuki which he won in Kabaddi matches. He also has a Bullet.

Monu Goyat with his bullet

Car Collection

He also owns a white Hyundai Creta.

Net Worth

He has a net worth of 1.51 crore as of 2021. 3


  • Food: Homemade food
  • Actor: Sanjay Dutt


  • Monu Goyat is a Junior Commissioned Officer in the Indian Army.
  • Monu was brought up and trained by his uncle and first coach, Vijender Singh, who was also a former Kabaddi player but could not be selected for the 1990 Beijing Games due to knee injuries.

    A picture of Monu’s uncle Vijender Singh

  • Haryana Steelers bought Monu at the Pro Kabaddi League Season 6 auction in 2018. Haryana Steelers signed him for Rs 1.51 crore, which made him the highest-paid player in the history of the tournament. He was also the most expensive non-cricketing sportsperson of the year. 4
  • In season 5, Goyat was the fourth most successful raider.
  • He is a dog lover and has a pet dog Husky.

    Monu Goyat with his dog Husky

  • He likes to keep himself fit and is often seen hitting the gym. He also likes yoga and swimming.

    Monu Goyat doing yoga

  • His signature move is the running hand touch, where the raider rushes towards a defender and extends his entire body for a quick touch with his hand before escaping to safety.
  1. Monu Goyat – Instagram
  2. Monu Goyat – Instagram
  3. Pro Kabaddi
  4. The Quint
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