IPL is the league which pushes the players to always perform beyond their capacities. IPL has played a huge role in bringing the hidden ability of players to the light. 

This is the reason why many huge records were made and old ones were smashed. IPL is the reason many players rose to fame and got selected into the national team. 

This short format league offers so much pressure to the batsmen and there is equal reward for winning and breaking the records. IPL offers huge money and respect as a reward for the better performance. This is the reason it is counted among the most watched and most expensive leagues in the world. 

IPL is a platform which makes hitting sixes as some kind of normal thing. Because witnessing the sixes is a common sight. In this article we will get to know the batsman who has managed to score the most sixes in the history of IPL. 

There is this player who is often called  “Universe boss” and a player who once gets on the field, he becomes a running machine, unstoppable. He is a sight to watch. He is someone who has been through injuries but his spirit never got down, he kept pushing forward and made unbelievable records. 

He is none other than Chris Gayle, “The universe boss.”

He never had to look back in the IPL. He went on making records after records earning the fame in IPL like no one else. 

He amassed a total of 608 runs getting himself an orange cap in 2011 and later in 2012, he notched up a total of 733 runs again receiving an orange cap. 

But IPL 2013 was the memorable year for Chris gayle when he scripted the history by hitting breathtaking 175 runs, highest ever scored by any player in the history of IPL. He made this record against Delhi daredevils. But with the time, his age catching up, he movements slowing down, injuries pulling back, but he kept on giving match winning performances now and then. 

In 2018, he was tapped by the Kings Eleven Punjab. He is with them giving a match-winning exhibition now and then. 

Chrish gayle is a  player with the most sixes of 349 in the history of IPL.