WWE champion Kofi Kingston recently interviewed with The Hindustan Times where the New Day member discussed the changes he’s had to make since becoming the top guy of the company, and how he’s adapted to becoming a singles-star again after years working as a tag performer. Highlights are below.
How he’s living proof that dreams come true:
Winning the WWE Championship has been my dream for a very long time. But what motivates me more is to inspire people to go out and follow their dreams. I am living proof that if you work hard enough, you will be able to achieve anything and I take a lot of pride in what I have achieved.
Changes he’s made since becoming WWE champion:
It’s the best feeling ever. I am very busy now but it is in the best way possible. Now, I have a lot of media interviews and a lot more singles matches than before. This is everything that I wanted when I joined the company and I won’t say that I am working harder but it is true that the work is way more.
Transitioning back to a singles star:
It is different. I have been working matches with Big E and Xavier (Woods) for the last five years and tag matches are a completely different ball game. It took me a bit to time to get adjusted but my story has added a lot of chapters to itself and trust me, it is been different in the best possible way.
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