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5 ways Kevin Owens can become WWE Champion in 2019

The Prizefighter has his eyes set on Kofi Kingston's WWE Championship.

Thomas Lowson
24 Apr 2019, 12:45 IST
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After aligning himself with the group last week, Kevin Owens has revealed his true colors, and has his eyes set on the WWE Championship.

In case you missed this week's SmackDown Live, let me fill you in.

During the show, WWE Champion Kofi Kingston, alongside Xavier Woods and honorary New Day member Kevin Owens, took on Shinsuke Nakamura, who was accompanied by Rusev and Lana.

A huge match to be sure, but once the dust was settled, everyone was talking about the Prizefighter.

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Attacking both Woods and Kingston, Owens turned on the duo, and showed that his goal is the WWE Championship.

A return to form for Owens, who has spent the past couple of months as a babyface, fans are ecstatic about a feud between the two, with Owens hoping to claim one of the few prizes he has yet to hold in his short career in the WWE.

Here are five ways Kevin Owens can become WWE Champion in 2019.


#5: Beat him clean

Owens beat John Cena in his main roster debut at Elimination Chamber 2015.
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We all know that Kofi Kingston is an excellent athlete.

We all know that Kevin Owens is an excellent athlete.

So a match between the pair would be nothing short of epic.

After last night's assault, Kingston will rightly be ticked-off at Owens, and like many babyfaces, could even put his WWE Championship on the line just to get to the Prizefighter.

And even though Owens has had a tendency to stretch the rules in the past, fans know, Kingston knows and most importantly, Owens knows that he is more than capable of winning a match clean.

Beating Kingston in the middle of the ring, by either pinfall or submission, would be a huge win for the Canadian Superstar, who hasn't held gold in WWE since 2017.

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