*Spoiler* Kofi Kingston establishes a new record
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 841
During the night of Nxt Vengeance Day, WWE also wanted to stage a Fatal 4 Way dedicated to the team titles of the yellow and gold brand, with the New Days who put their NXT Tag Team Championship up for grabs against the three couples formed by Pretty Deadly, Gallus and Chase U.
If WWE Universe fans were convinced that Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston could safely keep their belts at their sides, surely tonight they will have been shocked by the crushing defeat suffered by the reigning champions. After a contest full of action and great commercials, set up by all the components of the match, the winners were the two former NXT UK champions, the Gallus, or Mark Coffey and Wolfgang.
After seeing Kofi get hit by the Pretty Deadly finisher, Woods attempted to knock out Coffey, but was hit by his partner instead, with the Gallus then ending the contest with a tag team finisher right on the champion.
Kofi Kingston is a WWE veteran
As we had seen on the night of WWE NXT Deadline, the NXT ppv, the New Day had sensationally won the tag team titles of the third roster of the McMahon family, beating the duo formed by the Pretty Deadly, former tag team champions.
To make a real record with the McMahon company, however, Kofi Kingston thought about it, who that night had written his name on the company's golden books, becoming the Superstar with the highest number of tag team titles won in the history of the federation.
With Deadline's win, Kofi Kingston broke his 15th ticket in team title wins tally, with Kofi surpassing Booker T's record of 14 tag team wins between WCW and WWE. and also that of Edge, also stopped at 14. After seeing him champion with Evan Bourne, R-Truth, CM Punk, Xavier Woods and Big E, Kofi Kingston thus became the McMahon athlete to have won the most ever in the tag team category, forever writing the name of him in the history of world wrestling.
Kofi Kingston understands that he needs to enjoy every moment while working with WWE because it could end at any time for a variety of reasons. "I’ll know when it’s time, I’ve done all I can do," Kofi Kingston said.
"Not having fun anymore, when my body might give out or I might get fired tomorrow. [It's] all about the moment and enjoying the moment while I’m here. [If you’re] thinking about the end, you’re not enjoying this really unique experience. It takes away from the present."