New Zealand played “Big Show” music on Azam Khan’s arrival

New Zealand played Big Show music

New Zealand played “Big Show” music on Azam Khan’s arrival

A New Zealand Disc Jockey (DJ) played the theme music of WWE star Big Show on the arrival of Pakistani batter Azam Khan during the third T-20 match. The match between Pakistan and New Zealand took place at the University Oval stadium in Dunedin.

However, Pakistani Cricket Team fans became angry when a New Zealand DJ played Big Show music. It happened when Azam Khan entered the playground during the 11th over, and Big Show theme music, “Crank it Up,” began playing. Big Show is a well-known big wrestler in WWE and weighs more than 400 pounds.

The act of the DJ made Pakistani fans upset who claimed he was body-shaming Azam Khan due to his bulky appearance. However, some cricket fans enjoyed the moment. They found the situation both amusing and uncomfortable. This event remained a hot topic among netizens the entire day.

One netizen expressed extreme excitement and joy. He wrote earlier the crowd dressed up as a ghost to tease Haris Sohail. They are now playing Big Show music on the arrival of Azam Khan.

Azam Khan Entrance Video

Another criticized the host country, New Zealand, for playing the Big Show theme music when Azam Khan entered the ground. He expressed utter disappointment by using thumbs-down sticker emojis to the Pakistan Cricket Board and host team New Zealand.

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As the wickets fell and Pakistan’s middle order collapsed, the entrance of Azam Khan gave plenty of entertainment, particularly for Cricket fans worldwide.

Azam Khan is a 25-year-old Pakistani batter who played for Islamabad United and Sindh at the domestic level. He made his international exposure in the Pakistan Cricket Team in July 2021.

Azam Khan has appeared in eight T-20 Internationals with an average of 7.33. He has scored 22 runs in the last three matches and his last eight international T-20s as a batter. His average stands at a low 4.83 points, and his strike rate is 90.62.

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