Chris Gayle, the 'Universe Boss,' is the world's most feared batsman. He's hit 1,056 sixes in 463 T20 matches, with a record 175* for RCB.
Caribbean players like Kieron Pollard, known for immense power, are indispensable finishers with a T20 strike rate of 150.51.
Labeling MS Dhoni a "dangerous" batsman may seem contradictory given his 'cool' image, but his unmatched finishing skills make him one of the world's most feared.
Andre Russell's raw muscle power ensures sixes, even from mishits. Bowlers in his arc have no margin for error.
Shahid Afridi, aka 'Boom Boom,' smashed 476 sixes in all formats, showcasing his explosive batting. Notably, he thrashed India in 2005 with 94 runs from boundaries.
Glenn Maxwell's 'The Big Show' moniker isn't just for show; his impressive power-hitting with a 151.37 career strike rate draws massive crowds, despite his leaner build.
"Remember Yuvraj Singh's epic sixes, like the 119-meter monster against Brett Lee in the 2007 T20I World Cup?"
"AB De Villiers, aka Mr. 360, adored in both South Africa and India for his improvisation and colossal sixes. He set the ODI 100 record (149 off 44 balls) against West Indies."
Brendon McCullum, the sole Kiwi on the list, kickstarted the IPL with a memorable 158* off 73 in the opening match.