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4 WWE Superstars who have had 100+ day reigns with five different championships

Kofi Kingston has just surpassed the 100-day mark as WWE Champion, and joins a very elite club in having done so with five different titles!

Gary Cassidy
Timeless
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Kofi Kingston has joined a very elite club!

Just this week, Kofi Kingston joined a very exclusive club, having broken the 100-day mark for his current WWE Championship reign.

Kingston won the top belt of the Blue brand when he defeated Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania 35 back in April. Just last month, Kofi hit a milestone - 1,500 days all in as a champion of some sort - but now the New Day man has hit another, and joined just three other Superstars in the process.

Holding one belt for 100 days is a massive feat, but holding five for 100 days each is a statistic that's definitely worth mentioning - particularly when 500 days in any given career is a pretty substantial amount of time to be carrying gold - and that's the bare minimum for these four!

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But who else has achieved such a feat? Well, we're running down the list!


#4 Kofi Kingston

Kingston is killing it!

So, starting off our list, it could only be the most recent addition. The man of the moment - Kofi Kingston.

In winning the WWE Championship, Kingston became a Grand Slam Champion - but the records keep tumbling. In defeating Samoa Joe in his title defense at Extreme Rules, the Ghanaian-born Superstar ensured a title reign of at least 100 days - a feat he's managed with four other championships.

Kingston has not only held the top title for 100+ days, but he's also recorded that record with the Intercontinental, United States, WWE RAW Tag Team and WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championships, putting him in an elite club with some pretty unique company.

In 11 years, Kofi Kingston has been a WWE Superstar for quite a long time - over 4,000 days - but spending over 500 of those, and actually treble that number in his case, is a supreme feat. Kingston has actually held gold for more than one-third of his time as a WWE Superstar.

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