Kofi Kingston has been riding a massive wave of momentum over the last few months, and that momentum carried him to his very first singles match for the WWE Title.
Kingston challenged Daniel Bryan on the Grandest Stage of Them All at WrestleMania 35, and when the dust settled it was Kofi who walked out with the belt.
WWE Hall of Famer “Superstar” Billy Graham has been critical of Kofi Kingston’s push due to Kofi’s size, and Graham recently urged Kingston to take steroids.
The current WWE Champion was asked for his thoughts on Graham’s comments during an interview with Newsweek, and he stated that he believes people are entitled to their opinions.
“I’ve heard a few things through the grapevine. Honestly, I haven’t seen them myself. People can say whatever they want. But as long as they turn on the television, they will see me as champion. That’s really all that matters. And I don’t have a comment about people’s opinions. People are entitled to their own opinion as far as what a WWE Champion should be, but the fact is that I am WWE Champion and that’s a fact. It is what it is.”
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