Rohit Sharma is the new WWE Champion, Wrestler Triple H sends him Championship belt

Triple H sends WWE Championship belt to Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma for winning Indian Premier League 2017 title for the third time

Triple H delivers as promised, the new World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) title is here for Indian Premier League (IPL) 2017 champions Mumbai Indians. The Pro Wrestler and Executive Vice President for WWE’s talent, live events and creative. On May 22 when Mumbai Indians (MI) won the IPL 2017, Paul Michael Levesque famously known as Triple H congratulated the winners in a tweet. In a recent tweet, Triple H tagged MI skipper Rohit Sharma and the team mentioning that the custom-made WWE Championship belt with MI logo on sides is on it’s way.

IPL 2017 had a little WWE flavour added to it as on May 11 the duo of Big E and Kofi Kingston came as a guest panel in the pre-show before Gujarat Lions and Delhi Daredevils match. They were excited to promote WWE in India on a platform as big as IPL given the fan following attached to the tournament across the country.

On the day Mumbai Indians won the IPL 2017, coincidentally Indian wrestler Jinder Mahal won the WWE Championship as well. Mumbai Indians is not the only team he sent a belt to. Earlier in 2017 Triple H did a similar gesture for NBA Champions Golden State Warriors by sending the Championship belt to them. Though he took almost 51 days to send the Championship belt and deliver as promised.

Rohit Sharma became the first captain to win the IPL title thrice. With this feat, Mumbai Indians also became the first team to win the IPL title after beating Rising Pune Supergiants in a last-ball thriller.

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