Theory:

     THERE was once a wrestler called Vijay Singh. A tall man with massive shoulders and muscular arms, he towered over others like a giant. Vijay Singh, people said, was a born wrestler and could beat all other wrestlers in the world.
 
     This pahalwan had but one shortcoming which often landed him in awkward situations. He was fond of boasting.  One day, he was sitting in the market-place surrounded by several young men. After drinking many glasses of milk, he suddenly proclaimed, “Why are people afraid of ghosts? I am not. I wish I met a stout ghost. I’d teach him a lesson.”
Explanation:
 
The story "A Strange Wrestling Match" is about a wrestler named Vijay Singh who had a well-built body. He looked very tall. He was a well-built person who has quite a big body and quite large muscles, making him almost look like a giant. People from Vijay Singh's place praised him as a born wrestler. They even exaggerated his power by saying he can beat any wrestler in this world.
 
Vijay Singh.jpg
Vijay Singh's muscular arms
 
Though he was a powerful wrestler, he had a weakness that often made him helpless in difficult situations. He likes boasting and so praises his skills, as, he wants to do that. Boasting was his only weakness that lands him in trouble.

One day, he was sitting in the market-place surrounded by many young men. As usual, he drank glasses of milk. After drinking many milk glasses, he suddenly started to announce something to the people who had gathered in that market-place. He began to talk about the reason behind the fear of ghost, and he informed the crowd that he doesn't understand why people are scared of ghosts. He openly declared in the public that he is not afraid of ghosts. And, if he happens to meet a strong spirit, he will teach the ghost a lesson.
 
Meaning of difficult words:
 
S.No
Words
Meaning
1.
Massive
Very large or heavy
2.
Wrestler
Someone who takes part in wrestling
3.
Muscular
Having strong and powerful muscles 
4.
Shortcoming
Weakness or fault that makes a person less effective
5.
Exaggerate
Describing something better, worse, larger or more important than it is
6.
Pahalwan (Hindi word)
Someone who takes part in wrestling
7.
Awkward
Refers to a situation that is difficult to deal with
8.
Boasting
To talk or praise about oneself in a proud manner
9.
Fond
Liking something or someone
10.
Proclaim
To state something officially or publicly
11.
Stout
Physically strong or fat
Reference:
National Council of Educational Research and Training (2006). A Strange Wrestling Match : Indira David (pp. 43-51). Published at the Publication Division by the Secretary, National Council of Educational Research and Training, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi.