“TV total Wok-WM”: The TV show returns

“TV total Wok World Cup”
The TV show returns

In the sports winter 2022/2023, the “TV total Wok World Cup” returns.

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The sporting competition show “TV total Wok-WM” returns to TV after a seven-year break. Inventor Stefan Raab is a producer.

After a seven-year break, “TV total Wok-WM” is returning to the ProSieben program. The broadcaster announced this on Monday. Show inventor Stefan Raab (55) will be on board as producer of the sporting live event. “It’s time that ProSieben shows major sporting events again. The Super Bowl was just the warm-up,” Raab is quoted as saying by the broadcaster. The TV legend left the limelight completely in 2015.

“The ‘TV total Wok World Cup’ is the mother of all ‘TV total’ events. In winter 2022/2023, what belongs together comes together: wok and ice rink, genius and madness, tradition and Olympic spirit, sport and ambition, the ‘TV total Wok WM’ and ProSieben”, broadcaster Daniel Rosemann (41) is also happy.

In front of the camera, the viewers again have the pleasure of Sebastian Pufpaff (45), who has also been leading through the new edition of the Raab show “TV total” since autumn 2021.

The “TV total Wok World Cup”

From 2003 to 2015, the “TV total Wok World Cup” took place 13 times live on ProSieben. In the competition, individual sports professionals and teams rode modified Asian woks down a luge and bobsled track.

The three-time Olympic luge champion Georg “Schorsch” Hackl (55) leads the ranking with nine gold medals in the one-wok. Following Stefan Raab and extreme athlete Joey Kelly (49) in the Wok World Championship medal table are three-time Olympic luge champion Felix Loch (32) and two-time bobsleigh Olympic champion Christoph Langen (59), each with three gold medals.

Olympic bobsleigh champion Sandra Kiriasis (47), Olympic luge champion Silke Kraushaar, four-time Olympic bobsleigh champion André Lange (48) and Olympic silver medalist in luge Susi Erdmann (54) each celebrated two gold medals at the Wok World Championships .

A total of 17 Olympic champions have wanted to crown their sporting careers with a Wok World Championship title.

It is not yet known who will be present at the new edition and when exactly the event will be broadcast.


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