Players strike a winning pose
England Cricket stars Jason Roy, Jofra Archer, Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root proved their WWE Superstar credentials as they took it in turns to strike a winning pose with the title before training at the iconic Lord's Cricket Ground in London.
Belt to remain with ECB permanently
WWE Hall of Famer, 14-time World Champion and WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative, Paul "Triple H" Levesque announced the custom WWE Championship Title on social media last month. The custom WWE Championship Title will remain with the ECB as a permanent fixture at Lord's.
Jason Roy poses with the title
England opener Jason Roy - who played a significant role in his team's success at the quadrennial event - also posed with the WWE title.
Archer poses with the title
England speedster Jofra Archer was hailed as the X-factor for England at the start of the tournament and the Barbados-born cricketer showed why the cricketing fraternity was holding him in such high esteem. The speedster bowled the Super Over for England and didn't allow New Zealand batsmen to score required 16 runs to win the game. As the score in the Super Over ended in a tie, England were announced winners by virtue of most boundaries hit in the game.
Archer made his Test debut for England in Headingley Test and returned with a five-wicket haul.