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Kofi Kingston Doesn’t See a New Day Breakup on the Horizon

April 14, 2019 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas
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– Kofi Kingston says that despite his WWE Championship win and Big E’s injury, he doesn’t see the New Day splitting up soon. Kingston spoke with TMZ Sports for a brief interview discussing his WrestleMania win and the New Day’s status. You can see the video below.

Asked about his thoughts on his win, Kingston said, “It’s crazy man. It’s still very strange for me to hear that, but it’s the truth. That’s the life that we’re living right now and it’s a good life if you ask me.” Kofi smiled.

Kingston was also asked what he would say to those who believe the New Day’s time is done after WrestleMania. “I don’t know understand that, man,” he said. “I don’t understand why people say that. We’ve said it since the beginning of time. Like, the philosophy of the New Day has always been to lift your brother up. So that is the goal. I think the stereotypical path to take [is that] you see all these factions and when somebody has success, one of them goes off and does something on their own or someone wants success, one of them goes and does something on their own. That’s very typical. Anything about New Day — if anyone has seen New Day on TV or whatever, everything that we do is atypical. You know what I’m saying? We come out, we skip, clap, I twerk, I wear unicorn horns, we wear pink and blue, we go out there, we throw pancakes out, we like ice cream and we have Booty-O’s. Everything that we do, it’s not your typical story. So, for us to break up, that would be like doing the opposite of New Day and doing the standard fare, and from that aspect alone it just won’t happen. So, everything we do, we do together. Like you saw in our vignettes, we talked about together. Good little callback. Together, together, together. Go back and watch it or maybe not. Or probably not, they are probably not the best thing to watch but the New Day is all about the group and that’s the way it’s going to be…we ain’t going nowhere but to the top!”

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