PHOTO: Chris Gayle launches his book ‘Six Machine’
Image courtesy: Twitter

It has been a big buzz among the cricket fans, especially to the fans of Chris Gayle since the news of his autobiography ‘Six Machine’ came. The news came in March 2016 during the ICC World T20 2016 and it was expected to be released in June 2 of this year. Also Read: Look who called Chris Gayle ‘UNCLE’!

The book has been written by Tom Fordyce, chief BBC sports writer, while Viking has acquired world rights from David Luxton at DLA “Six Machine: I Don’t Like Cricket… I Love It”. With the launch of this book, excitement can be easily seen among the fans on social media. And the above picture was tweeted by one of his fan, while Gayle was at Waterstones book store signing his autobiography for fans.

Earlier, the publisher of Viking at Penguin Random House — Joel Rickett spoke about Gayle’s lively character, “Chris Gayle is one of the standout characters in an increasingly bland sporting world. Like the man himself, ‘Six Machine’ is outrageous and utterly original. The only Comparison I can make is to ‘I Am Zlatan’ by Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and I think we’ve got a similar sensation on our hands.” Also Read: Chris Gayle opens up on his ‘big bat’, women, sex, cooking and changing nappies