Mumbai Indians pay tribute to The Undertaker, but post picture of Rohit Sharma holding belt


The Indian Premier League’s maximum a hit franchise, the Mumbai Indians paid their tribute to WWE legend The Undertaker but surprisingly, posted a picture of their captain Rohit Sharma holding a customized WWE championship belt of their Twitter post.

“30 legendary years. #ThankYouTaker #OneFamily,” learn that tweet during which Rohit, WWE and The Undertaker had been tagged. However, the 2 photos posted via Mumbai Indians are from the yr 2017, when WWE COO and 14-time World Champion Triple H offered the franchise with a customized championship belt for his or her IPL win that season.

“.@MIPaltan @ImRo45 as promised, the @WWE Title is on its way… Congratulations! @WWEIndia,” learn a tweet despatched out via Triple H.

When the belt used to be delivered, Mumbai Indians posted a couple of photos with their captain Rohit flaunting the identify, which had Mumbai Indians plate at the facets. In the WWE, the plates on a belt represents the holder of that exact championship.

Mumbai Indians on Monday, had been the primary IPL franchise to formally put out a tweet paying tribute to The Undertaker, who apparently retired from in-ring festival within the WWE. In the overall episode of his docuseries ‘Undertaker: The Last Ride’, Mark Calaway, the person portraying the Undertaker personality for the ultimate 30 years mentioned he has no want to step within the ring once more.

Although Calaway used the “Never Say Never” reference, in the meanwhile, he used to be glad together with his Boneyard Match with AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 in April and is content material now not having to input the hoop.



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