5 reasons why Kofi Kingston should face Daniel Bryan at Wrestlemania 35
Kofi Kingston produced a performance of a lifetime at Smackdown Live this week. One of the most decorated superstars in WWE today, Kofi Kingston produced an hour-long marathon, in which he defeated Daniel Bryan, Jeff Hardy and Samoa Joe!
Kofi Kingston has always been the bridesmaid but never the bride. He has remained the highlight of Rumble matches for almost ten years now. He has won all incarnations of the tag team championships and became the longest reigning tag champ along with Xavier Woods and Big E.
Kofi Kingston was a last-minute addition to the Gauntlet Match and the subsequent Chamber Match on Sunday. His performance was surely a noteworthy event from this week's Smackdown Live and WWE must ensure it does not go to waste.
Rollins' rejuvenation as a babyface started with Gauntlet Match last year. Could Kofi follow the same path this year?
#5 One of the workhorses of WWE for 11 years!
Seeing Kofi Kingston's condition, AJ Styles begged him to leave the ring and go home. However, Kofi Kingston got all fired up and said he wanted to fight, he has waited for this moment for eleven long years.
Kofi Kingston is one of the few remaining members of the Ruthless Aggression Era, along with the likes of Miz, Zack Ryder, etc.
Kofi Kingston is one of the top talents in WWE, and has performed at the highest level for over 10 years now. He has been in tag teams with all kinds of partners, right from Evan Bourne to CM Punk to R-Truth!
Kofi Kingston has been a true workhorse for WWE, and his efforts should have been rewarded a long time ago. His 2009 feud with Randy Orton should have resulted in him capturing the WWE Championship, but WWE missed a major moment at that time.