American wrestling superstar Hulk Hogan has released a video, in which he challenged Australian opener David Warner to a match with him and his ‘24-inch python’ arms, ahead of the Ashes which starts in Trent Bridge on Wednesday.
According to the Courier Mail, Hogan has released a video, which was paid for by a betting agency and has quickly gone viral, challenging Warner to ‘rumble’ with his 24-inch pythons, his name for his biceps.
The report further said that Warner’s various feuds have generated many headlines of late, from his Twitter spat with Australian journalists Robert Craddock and Malcolm Conn to his pub altercation with England’s Joe Root.
The left-hander was suspended until the first Ashes test by Cricket Australia (CA) and fined 11, 500 dollars after throwing a punch at Root in a Birmingham pub, following Australia’s loss to England in their ICC Champions Trophy opener.
Warner was also reportedly enraged by a picture linking him to spot-fixing suspect S Sreesanth in an article by journalist Robert Craddock into corruption in the Indian Premier League, which led him to insult Craddock and his co-scribe Conn on Twitter.