100 kgs

Pakistan's former captain nicknamed Inzi was known for his batting abilities as much as his weight. He is involved in some funny run-out incidents.

Jesse Ryder
100 kgs

The heaviest Kiwi to play the sport, Jesse Ryder was plagued with many injuries and many blamed his weight for the same. 

Mohammad Shahzad 100 kgs

Mohammad Shahzad was often criticised for his weight, but this did not stop him from becoming the highest-scoring Afghan in white-ball cricket. 

Mark Cosgrove
102 kgs

Despite winning the Bradman award for the best young player in 2005, the former Aussie cricketer's weight meant he played only three ODIs for Australia.

Mike Gatting
110 kgs

He was very heavy and had no footwork, but Mike Gatting still managed to score 4409 in Tests and 2096 in ODIs for his Country England.

Colin Milburn
114 kgs

Milburn only managed to play nine Test matches for England before an accident cost him an eye. He scored 654 runs during this time. 

Arjuna Ranatunga
115 kgs

A leader when Sri Lanka won the world cup in 1996, Arjuna Ranatunga struggled with singles and doubles but that does not matter. 

Dwayne Leverock
 127 kgs

Arguably the most famous Bermuda player, Dwayna Leverock went viral after he took a one-handed catch to dismiss Robin Uthappa at the 2007 ODI World Cup. 

The Australian held the record for being the heaviest cricketer for 117 years. In 20 years, he scored 2863 runs and 87 wickets for his team. 

Warwick Armstrong
133 kgs

The tall and heavy West Indian is the heaviest international cricketer of all time. He recently made news after smashing a double century in a T20 match!

Rahkeem Cornwall
140 kgs

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