Wrestling Baa-Chokha is a renowned local game in Iran, particularly among the Kormanj, a Kurdish group speaking the Kormanj dialect. This traditional game has a rich history in the Greater Khorasan province of western Iran. The province’s residents have shown great interest in training champions for this game.
In Mashhad, wrestling Baa-Chokha enjoys significant popularity, particularly among the youth and teenagers. The game takes place in three suburban areas: Tous, Golshahr, and Ferdosi. Despite the lack of proper facilities in these suburbs, the game serves as entertainment for the local residents.
These games typically occur until December, concluding as the weather cools down.