Kofi Kingston made his WWE debut on the January 22nd, 2008 edition of ECW, where he defeated an enhancement talent. Since then, Kofi has teamed with different partners and won tag team titles multiple times.
In 2014, Kofi Kingston, Big E, and Xavier Woods made their debut as The New Day on the November 28th episode of SmackDown. Later, they became one of the most successful tag teams in WWE.
Kofi had memorable moments throughout his WWE career. However, his biggest career highlight happened at WrestleMania 35, where he defeated Daniel Bryan for the WWE Championship. Kofi became the first African-born WWE Champion in history.
On the Cheap Heat podcast, one-half of the current NXT Tag Team Champion, Kofi Kingston discussed the length of his WWE contract.
“I have a couple of years left on my contract. I never say, in two years I’m going to be done. This industry is so unique and so fun and such a short period of time in our lives, and I know it’s very hard to walk away. What a lot of people miss about it, and from being on the roster and what I’ve been told, they miss the camaraderie in the locker room.”
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