Dwayne Bravo

Dwayne Bravo hoping to play in World Cup

Dwayne Bravo is hoping to get the chance to play for the West Indies at the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England. The regional side qualified on Wednesday by beating Scotland in its final Super Sixes match in Zimbabwe at the Cricket World Cup qualifiers.

Speaking to the Times of India, the bigger Bravo congratulated the team on qualifying before saying, “It is a young team. The cricketing world loves to see West Indies and love to see West Indies competing with the best. I wish them all the best. Hopefully, I would get to play in the World Cup as well.”

Bravo fires back at Dave Cameron

Following threatening comments from Dave Cameron, president of Cricket West Indies (CWI) on TVJ on Thursday that T&T’s Darren Bravo, Sunil Narine and Kieron Pollard, together with Jamaican all-rounder Andre Russell, may never play for the regional side again, former one-day captain Dwayne Brave has responded. Yesterday, on I95.5FM, Dwayne Bravo, the elder brother of Darren Bravo, speaking with sports commentator Andre Errol Baptiste stated clearly, “I still want to play for the West Indies and never said otherwise. Once I am fit, that has not changed.”

Bravo's 'Champion' is T&T's champion on Youtube

National cricketer and artiste Dwayne Bravo has overtaken Marlon Asher as the Trinidad and Tobago national with the most views for any single uploaded to Youtube.

Bravo's infectious 'Champion' had been trailing Asher's 'Ganja Farmer' which had been uploaded nine years ago.

However, with 14.7 million views, 'Champion' is now champion, leaving Asher behind with just over 14 million.

Bravo's 'Champion' crosses 10 million Youtube views

National cricketer and music artiste Dwayne Bravo continues to enjoy success with his hit song 'Champion', as today it crossed 10 million views of social media video-sharing site, Youtube.

The song broke past the 10 million views mark just after midday today.

The song got a major boost after the West Indies men and women's teams won the ICC T20 World Cups in India.

The dance that goes with the song has also helped it to go viral, with news anchors, Bollywood stars and sportsmen and women (including Portugal football great Figo) appearing on Youtube doing the dance.