Source: The Evening TimesThe Evening Times has an interview with newly crowned WWE U.S. Champion Kofi Kingston, who was promoting Thursday's WWE live event at the Glasgow Braehead Arena in Glasgow, Scotland. Here are some highlights:
If he would turn heel: ""Everybody on Twitter seems to want me to turn bad... I would try my hand at anything and I think I could do it well."
Part-time wrestlers involved in the top WrestleMania matches: "The Rock and Brock Lesnar have really paved the way for guys like me. Maybe somewhere down the line we can be the ones coming back for the big appearances and there is certainly a desire for young talent to come through to high profile matches. I'm sure you'll see that in the coming years."
Returning overseas: "This is one of the tours we look forward to the most as the environment and culture are both very different to the USA. We often hear some pretty unique football chants at the Scottish shows."
Kingston also discussed his dream opponent, WWE stars being role models, leaving on office job for WWE and more. You can check out the full interview at this link.
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