Kofi Kingston Responds Never Getting A WWE Title Rematch Against Brock Lesnar
Kofi Kingston lost his WWE Championship after a six-month run with the title. It was perhaps the most significant reign following the ‘Mania season that ended in a nasty manner.
In just eight seconds, he was defeated by Brock Lesnar. Once it happened, Kingston has been vanquished from the main event picture, all of a sudden.
WWE has not even given him a chance to regain the WWE title. So he has settled back into the role of being a tag team wrestler with The New Day.
At this point, Kofi Kingston and Big E are enjoying their run as the six-time tag champs which must be exhilarating for them. However, there might be an etch remaining in the mind that is eating him up.
As a strong champion, Kofi Kingston would definitely like to have a rematch with Brock Lesnar to get back his WWE Title. Technically, it won’t be happening since Lesnar is a current resident of Monday Night Raw whereas Kofi is on SmackDown.
Kofi Kingston said why his on-screen character hasn’t made a push for a rematch on the After The Bell podcast hosted by Corey Graves. In reality, Kofi, as a person would be dying to get a rematch against Lesnar and take back his title. But he can’t do that as he is not the one who makes those creative decisions. (courtesy wrestlingINC.com)
“I think it’s more important to always try to put a foot forward; always try climbing mountains and keep on setting records and keep on doing positive things in this industry because it doesn’t last forever.
I feel like it is a waste of time to dwell on the negative aspects of things so that is where I am at with that whole situation. I appreciate the passion that people have, but I am puzzled at some of the anger people have towards me because I am not the one who is making those decisions. It is what it is.”
Xavier Woods added that The New Day is focused on the long-term picture in WWE. So Kofi Kingston losing the WWE Title won’t derail them from achieving so.
At present, Woods is out of action with an ankle injury. He won’t be coming back within six to nine months. So the trio won’t be reuniting anytime soon.
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