10 most emotional tweets by WWE Superstars
#8 Kofi Kingston thanks the WWE Universe after WrestleMania 35 win
Until April of this year, there was no African-born Superstar to have won the most coveted prize in WWE i.e. the WWE Championship. However, history was made at WrestleMania 35 when Kofi Kingston won the title from Daniel Bryan. Kingston has always been adored by the fans. However, his meteoric rise to the main-event status came after his impressive performance in a Gauntlet match, just 5 days before the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view.
Then, an outstanding performance inside the Chamber made the WWE Universe realize that it was time for Kingston to get what he had deserved for so long. The New Day member’s popularity skyrocketed in a matter of days and this caused WWE to place him in a WWE Title match at WrestleMania.
Kofi’s road to WrestleMania was rocky but it was worth it in the end. After winning the title and an emotional celebration inside the ring, the WWE Champion took to Twitter and expressed his gratitude to the WWE Universe in a heartfelt tweet.
#7 Natalya bids farewell to her father
Last year wasn’t a good one for the Queen of Harts. She lost her father, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart. For those of you unaware, Natalya was quite close to her father, with the latter also appearing on the reality show “Total Divas” alongside her daughter.
The loss was bound to hit her hard and the former SmackDown Women’s Champion took to Twitter to deliver an emotional goodbye message to her late father. Sadly enough, WWE incorporated this loss into a story-line between Natalya and the Riott Squad soon after.