Kevin Pietersen creates his ultimate Test cricketer in the spirit of UK Swiss fake Hublot’s art of fusion

Pietersen has long since retired from the game and is committed to a very different mission. Determined to help protect endangered species, Pietersen started his conservation charity SORAI, whose name stands for Save Our Rhino Africa India. These efforts soon gained the attention of Swiss made fake Hublot, resulting in a collaboration to make two limited-edition super clone Hublot Big Bang Unico SORAI pieces – one in a sandy tones designed to match the dusty colours of Africa’s bushland and this year’s one in bottle green to reflect the vegetation of the savannah after the rains.

AAA replica Hublot UK donate a proportion of the proceeds from each watch to Care for Wild, the largest rhino sanctuary in the world, supported by SORAI.

Where am I getting to with all this? Well, UK 1:1 fake Hublot’s brand motto is “the art of fusion” to reflect their boldness in combining materials in their watches. When I spoke to Pietersen through best quality replica Hublot earlier this year, the conversation inevitably turned to cricket. So I asked him: if he could fuse together the ultimate Test cricketer, which players’ attributes would he choose? After a fair bit of head-scratching, this is what he said…

“From my early years, Jonty Rhodes was something remarkable,” Pietersen says. Known for his miraculous leaping catches, the South African insisted that saving runs was as important as scoring them and that it was imperative to leave the field with grass stains on your flannels.

“His energy, his enthusiasm, his flexibility and his athleticism were something remarkable,” Pietersen says. “Plus, how good he was at catching at backward point.”

The other contender in the mix for Pietersen in the field was Ricky Ponting. “He was just as good as Rhodes, but what made him different was his ability to hit the wickets,” KP says. “He was a dead eye with his throw.”

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