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| On Updated : Feb 26, 2020 7:29 PM IST

Watch: KXIP star Chris Gayle gearing up for IPL 2020 in a gala way

The universe BOSS is one of the destructive players in the field which is a known fact but he is such a lovable character off the field as well. It is one of the main reason why the Caribbean has such a huge fan following around the world.

As the Indian premier league is in touchable distance, the giant is getting ready for 2 months of cricket carnival by chilling and keeping his mind and body fresh as he will be looking to prove himself for one last time in the biggest stage.

Mastering the art of salsa dance

The West Indian has achieved great heights in the cricketing field and it looks like he has shifted his focus to a different profession as he was seen practicing salsa dance in his latest Instagram post posted by the man himself.

The humongous Caribbean will be playing for Kings XI Punjab under the new age leadership of India's limited overs wicket-keeper batsman KL Rahul. It is almost certain that Chris Gayle has ended his ODI career with the West Indian cricket as he was sidelined by the Windies board after the 2019 cricket world cup.

It is also fair to say that Chris Gayle’s relation with west Indies cricket board and MS Dhoni's relation with BCCI is quite similar at present as in both the cases neither the board nor the players are sure about their future.

Not in his destructive best off

The universe BOSS has been keeping himself busy by playing leagues all over the world and is still a hot cake in the franchise leagues. He has built such a legacy behind him in the T20 formats. He has the most number of centuries in T20 cricket.

In the recent past, Chris Gayle hasn’t been in his destructive best. In the mzansi super league Chris Gayle managed only 101 runs from 6 outings before deciding to quit the tournament due to unhappiness with the way the team management treated him after successive failures with the bat.

He will be looking to prove himself big time in this edition of IPL which could well be his last edition as well.

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