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Salman Butt Leaves Cricket for Professional Wrestling


(SNN) Following his humiliating conviction by the ICC for spot fixing, the once revered cricketeer, Salman Butt, is leaving Cricket to become a professional wrestler.

"Pajaba de Pesevara Kusati", PPK (Punjabi Wrestling Federation) Director Grabbar Boobi announced today, “We are very excited to announce that Salman Butt will be added to the growing line of professional wrestlers in Pakistan.” Salman will be billed as “Slammin Butt” and will make an appearance this Fall in the WWF, with his first match to take place in Las Vegas, Nevada (USA).

Although the Sage was not able to get a quote from Slammin Butt, it has been learned that he will enter the ring to the music of Eminem's “Ass Like That,” wearing nothing but a mankini.

The move has cricket fans and the ICC reeling, and fellow spot fixer Mohammad Asif wondering if there is a place for him in either the WWF or the PPK.

Will Butt and Asif stay together?

It had been reported that both Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif, who were freed of ICC sanctions and lengthy prison sentences on September 2, were keen to play in the forthcoming Pakistan domestic Cricket season. “What happened in prison, we will not know,” advised Boobi, “but the real winners are the fans of pro-wrestling.”

There is no word whether Asif will follow Butt, but in the world of Cricket they go cheek to cheek.


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