Kofi Kingston on His WWE Latest Push: “I’m Taking Things One Day at a Time”

Kofi Kingston recently appeared on Edge and Christian’s Pod of Awesomeness, where he talked about a variety of pro wrestling topics. Chief among those topics was his current push, which has seen him go solo from The New Day in pursuit of Daniel Bryan’s WWE Championship.

“It feels real good, it does. I’m so grateful for the opportunity to be able to be in this position and kind of be given the ball to try and make something special happen and have had something organically just happen, that’s special.”

But Kingston has tempered his excitement with the knowledge that this new run may not actually go anywhere beyond his title shot against Bryan at Fastlane.

“But by the same token, I still have a lot of those memories, in the back of my mind, I’ve been around long enough to know that something can be great one day and then just as quick as it comes, it can go just as quickly. I’m just trying not to look too too far ahead. I’m really just kind of taking things one day at a time.”

Longtime WWE fans know that Kofi is referencing his last major push as a singles star in 2009. That run included a feud with Randy Orton, which many believed would lead him to the main event and the world title.

“I know better than to anticipate things around here. In 2009 or 2010 with Randy, I was in the boat with everybody else thinking that things were gonna kinda keep climbing the ladder and keep going and they didn’t. The first WrestleMania that I was in, we were in that Money in the Bank Ladder Match and I did some pretty spectacular things that had never been done before, like that night, rounds of applause, standing o’s, and hugs and handshakes and all that and the very next day on Raw, I was doing nothing. It’s been a lot of stop and go.”

Kingston does remain confident that his work in the ring will carry him through, despite what the company chooses to do with him.

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