WWE superstar Drew McIntyre, shares a heartfelt message to Virat Kohli and India after a triumphant semifinal win against New Zealand.
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 has reached its final stages, with India emerging as the first finalist. They outclassed New Zealand by a significant margin, thanks to the tournament’s number one batter, Virat Kohli, and the best bowler, Mohd. Shami. This marks India’s first entry into the final since 2011, after two previous unsuccessful attempts. The whole country is cheering for India, and even the wrestling world joins in with a special message from WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre for King Kohli and the Indian team applauding their stylish victory over the Kiwis, who had been a nightmare in knockout games.
WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre Special Shoutout to Virat Kohli After India’s Semi Final Win
For those who don’t know, McIntyre is a huge cricket fan and often tweets his support for the Indian team and its superstar. Much like IShowSpeed and others, McIntyre refers to Kohli as the ‘King’ and congratulated him on his 50th ODI hundred, surpassing Sachin Tendulkar. Kohli’s century came in a winning cause, as India secured a semi-final victory with a 70-run margin, thanks to Shami’s impressive 7-wicket haul.
After such a performance, the WWE Superstar extended his cheers to India. On X, he writes: “He is King Kohli for a reason. Congrats @ImVKohli for reaching 50 ODI hundreds and massive congrats to India for reaching the #CWC23 Final.”
Before the tournament, during the WWE Superstar Spectacle in India, McIntyre not only wore the Indian jersey, but he continued to do so afterward. It’s no surprise to see him supporting the Indian cricket team, given the immense love he receives from the country. His visits to India are always memorable, creating a strong bond with Indian fans and making it a great experience for both him and the passionate supporters.
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Now that India is one step away from the World Cup, it will be interesting to see if they can break the drought of not winning an ICC cup for a decade. Additionally, it will be intriguing to see how McIntyre will celebrate if India secures the victory.