Paul Heyman wishes ‘Happy Diwali’ to India including Virat Kohli’s celebration

 Paul Heyman wishes ‘Happy Diwali’ to India including Virat Kohli’s celebration

Virat Kohli, Paul Heyman, Roman Reigns (Image Credit: Twitter)

In the next few hours, a lot of Indians around the globe will be celebrating Diwali. It is one of the most anticipated festivals for a lot of Indians. Leading up to the celebration, WWE legend, Paul Heyman has wished Indian fans on the occasion of the ‘festival of lights’. Notably, he also used the reference to former India skipper Virat Kohli‘s celebration after the win against Pakistan.

Apparently, the former India skipper pointed towards the sky with closed eyes. Notably, the celebration matches with WWE legend, Roman Reigns. Another legend of the WWE, Paul Heyman took notice of this and wished his Indian fans for the festival of lights using the images. The image was captioned “Happy #Diwali Everyone! #WWEkiDiwali. It is with great honor that I, #SpecialCounsel and #Wiseman to the #Bloodline, accept the great @imVkohli’s celebration as – in front of the world – he decided to ACKNOWLEDGE OUR TRIBAL CHIEF @WWERomanReigns’!,” Heyman tweeted.

Virat Kohli is a big fan of the WWE

The 33-year-old is a big fan of WWE over the years. During a Test match in South last year, Jasprit Bumrah returned to bowl after being off the field. After this, the stump mic caught Kohli saying, “Finally… The Rock has come back…,” a catchphrase by none other than The Rock, aka Dwayne Johnson. Kohli had also made an Undertaker reference during the Indian T20 League earlier this year after Bangalore came back ‘from the dead’ to win a match. “We are like The Undertaker,” Kohli was heard saying to teammate Glenn Maxwell.

The Delhi-player has given a Diwali gift to a lot of fans on October 23. After India was reduced to 31/4 chasing 160, Kohli scored 82 not out to take the team over the line.


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