Brendon McCullum Tattoos and Their Meanings – EXPLAINED

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Brendon Barrie McCullum ONZM, famously known as Brendon McCullum or Mr. Fantastic is a successful New Zealand international cricketer. He has played almost every format and has also served as the captain of his national team. Though he announced his retirement from all formats of cricket in February 26, he was a world-renowned wicketkeeper-batsman. He was skilled in making runs at great intensity for his team. Along with his explosive batting, one more thing Brendon McCullum is famous for, is his Tattoos, so today here we gonna be decoding his amazing body art.

Brendon McCullum Tattoos

Brendon McCullum Tattoo

Brendon McCullum has inked many tattoos on his body, he has one Scroll tattoo inked on his upper arm, though its meaning is not known.

His upper arm has one tattoo that says- CXXVI’, denoting his ODI Cap No. 126 when he was playing for his national team, New Zealand. During his time, Brendon McCullum played 260 ODIs for New Zealand and achieved 6083 runs with an outstanding strike rate of 96. He achieved the milestone with the help of 5 hundred and 32 half-centuries.

Brendon McCullum’s another tattoo is ‘XLII’, which denotes his jersey number 42 as an ex-New Zealand cricketer. Another one is ‘CCXXIV’ which denotes his maiden Test Cap number 224. 

Brendon McCullum Back Tattoo

Brendon McCullum played for his home team New Zealand in 101 Tests. He shocked the world when he made 6453 runs at an average of 38.64, including an amazing triple-hundred against India with an incredible tally of 12 hundred and 31 fifties in the longest-game format. 

The iconic player also has an inked silver fern on his chest that denotes the commencement of Kiwi Pride. Out of all New Zealand players, he is the most respected player with so much pride and honor. 

Brendon McCullum Tattoo Finger

In order to honor his wife and his love towards her, Brendon McCullum has inked a wedding ring marked on his left finger, because he can’t wear wedding rings while playing on the field. Due to his love and devotion towards his home country, he is quite a respected player in New Zealand.

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