West Indies had lifted first two World Cup titles in 1975 and 1979 and it took 33 years for the team to claim another ICC title when Darren Sammy had guided them to the 2012 T20 World Cup crown and repeated the feat four years later.
Ambrose, who took 405 wickets in 98 Tests at an outstanding average of 20.99, said from the current Indian lot, Bumrah has impressed him the most.
Skipper Joe Root had earlier this week hinted that the days of Anderson and Broad playing as a pair may be over.
Javagal Srinath spearheaded India's pace attack in the 90s with aplomb but former South African seamer Shaun Pollock believes the Indian never got the credit he deserved.
Steve Smith, David Warner got away with murder, feels West Indies pace legend Curtly Ambrose on duo's one-year ban for ball-tampering
While Smith and Warner are trying to get their place back in the Australian squad for this year's World Cup and Ashes tour, Ambrose feels they should have been banned for two years instead of one.
Sunlight stopping play in Napier to monkey causing troubles in Pune, bizarre incidents that interrupted cricket matches
As sun stops play at Napier in the first ODI between India and New Zealand, we take a look at the most bizarre incidents that stopped play during cricket matches in the past.
India vs West Indies: Denesh Ramdin says Windies are 2-0 down in T20I series due to lack of senior players in squad
Denesh Ramdin said, "We played our first game at Eden Gardens, where we were expecting to do well. But we didn't adapt as well as we should. We didn't string any partnerships either."
Courtney Walsh says there won't be another pair like him and Curtly Ambrose, believes new generation will create own stuff
West Indian fast bowling legend Courtney Walsh said, "You just have to combine the old school fast bowling with the new stuff that is happening now to keep improving your game."
West Indies go into Thursday's third and deciding Test at Lord's with the chance to complete a dramatic turnaround and win their first series in England in almost 30 years.
England vs West Indies: Jason Holder urges his side to stay consistent in bid for historic win over hosts
West Indies captain Jason Holder is urging his side to keep their collective cool as they bid for a historic win against England in the third Test at Lord's starting on Thursday.
Curtly Ambrose was scathing about the West Indies' "totally embarrassing" defeat by England inside three days during last week's first Test at Edgbaston.
Controversial England batting legend Geoff Boycott made a grovelling apology on Tuesday for remarking he needed to "black up his face" to get a knighthood at an event last week.
England vs West Indies: Curtly Ambrose slams visitors after 1st Test, labels them 'embarrassing' and 'pathetic'
Curtly Ambrose labelled the current Windies side "embarrassing" and "pathetic" after their humiliating innings defeat by England in the first Test.
West Indies head coach Phil Simmons has been fired WICB confirmed on Tuesday, drawing a line under a stormy tenure marked by tensions with his paymasters.
'Houston, you were brilliant': Sachin-Warne's All-Stars gathering momentum as Texas crowds get Diwali treat
Sachin Tendulkar was the undisputed favourite for the largely Asian crowd at a baseball stadium, but it was Warne's Warriors, who weaved some old-time magic.
Houston, we are go: Sachin Blasters vs Warne Warriors set for second match in Cricket All Stars series
Sachin Tendulkar's Blasters will look to even things after Shane Warne's side pocketed the opening game.
The stadium roared when Tendulkar took the field, serenaded him with the usual chants, and was in raptures when he drove straight down the ground.
Courtney Walsh said the ugly on-field spat between Kieron Pollard and Mitchell Starc was not a pretty sight and called for "controlled aggression" from cricketers.
Sachin Tendulkar was severely tested by a plethora of great fast bowlers from his own era.