Heaviest Cricketers in Cricket History
Being an athlete needs a great fit and great discipline, but in Cricket some players have made a mark inspite of being heavy weighted. Here the list goes.
Rahkeem Cornwall is an all rounder from West Indies, with 140 kgs he has played various International Matches.
Warwick Armstrong of Australia weighs 133 kgs, he has played 50 test matches and with average of 38.68 he scored 2863 runs
Dwayne Leverock is the bowler from Bermuda, he weighs about 127 kgs.
Arjuna Ranatunga is the former captain of Sri lanka weighing about 115 kgs, and with his captaincy in 1996 world cup Sri lanka became the champion.
Colin Milburn from England with more than 13,000 runs weighs about 114 kg
Merv Hughes from Australia has played 53 test and 33 one day matches, he has never disclosed his weight , but he looks on quiet a heavier side.
Kieron Pollard used to weigh around 100 kgs, he was the fittest amongst the rest from this list