We Interviewed Kofi Kingston From The WWE About His Career, WWE 2K20 And His Future

We Interviewed Kofi Kingston From The WWE About His Career, WWE 2K20 And His Future

Whether you love or hate wrestling, there’s no denying that the WWE is a powerful mover and shaker in the sports entertainment world. Every year its events are watched by millions of fans around the world, all buying into the drama-filled storylines that drives what happens in the ring or backstage.

In Melbourne to promote the recently released WWE 2K20, we got a Willy Wonka Golden Ticket opportunity to sit down and chat with the WWE’s first-ever African-born WWE champion, Kofi Kingston – one-third of The New Day faction.

We teamed up with our great mates at The PopCulturists, who just so happen to have a WWE-focused podcast called The Young and the Wrestlers (seriously, give it a listen if you’re into WWE), to speak to the great man about his career so far, WWE 2K20 and what the future holds.

Check it out below:

Big shoutout to Ryan Betson and Jem Edwards from The PopC for being a part of the WellPlayed team for a day and making us proud.

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