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WWE News: Samoa Joe sends a huge warning to Kofi Kingston fans on RAW

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What's the story?

In an exclusive clip posted on WWE's Twitter handle, WWE Superstar Samoa Joe sent a scathing warning to anyone who supports Kofi Kingston.

Joe stated that anyone who stands with Kingston will become a target.

In case you didn't know...

In the latest WWE NEWS, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn challenged WWE Champion Kofi Kingston on Raw. Kofi proceeded to defeat Zayn and Owens in quick succession. As Kingston celebrated his victories on the ramp, Samoa Joe came out and launched a brutal attack on him. It ended with Joe locking in a Coquina Clutch on an unconscious Kingston.

Tonight, Samoa Joe's interference resulted in The New Day defeating The Viking Raiders by disqualification. Kofi Kingston came out for the save and chaos ensued outside the ring. After the break, The New Day faced off against Joe and Raiders in a 6-man tag team match. The bout ended with Joe picking up a win for his team by locking in the submission move on Kofi.

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The heart of the matter

WWE's Twitter handle has posted an exclusive clip, showing Samoa Joe and The Viking Raiders coming out on the ramp and sending a warning to anyone who dares to support the WWE Champion. Here's what Joe had to say:

Oh, Kofi! You're gonna get what you want and I guarantee you are not gonna like it, 'cause do you see what happens to people who stand with Kofi Kingston? So let it be known, if anybody in this building stands with Kofi Kingston, you will become a target, so I'm gonna give you one more opportunity to sit down and shut up while me and the Vikings go down there and beat them down!
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What's next?

Samoa Joe will face Kofi Kingston for the WWE Title at Extreme Rules.


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