Where the WWE fans at? Kofi Kingston just made history!
Kofi Kingston on Sunday became the first native African and the second African-American after Dwayne The Rock Johnson to hold the WWE Championship.
🥞🥞🥞🥞🥞🥞🥞🥞🥞🥞🥞 FOR EVERYONE!
— WWE (@WWE) April 8, 2019
After 11 years of making his debut in the WWE, Kofi Kingston attained his dream of becoming a WWE Champion by beating Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania 35.
In addition to his new WWE title, Kofi is a four-time Intercontinental Champion, a three-time United States Champion and an eight-time World Tag Team Champion.
Kofi Kingston was born Kofi Nahaje Sarkodie-Mensah on 14th August 1981 in Kumasi, Ghana. He later moved with his parents to the US and eventually settled in Boston.
Congratulations to Kofi Kingston.