Kofi Kingston says WWE is no longer able to value its talents

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Kofi Kingston says WWE is no longer able to value its talents

Former WWE Champion, Kofi Kingston, at Bleav In Pro Wrestling, said he was very proud of the WWE champion's reign of Big E, which ended on Day 1 at the hands of Brock Lesnar on New Year's Day in a five-man match also starring Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and Bobby Lashley.

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.

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"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. I’ll treasure these days, cherish this part of life and try to enjoy it as long as I can." On WWE Champion, Big E, he said: "I think he did very well. We are always the biggest critics of ourselves, even if people give us different feedback on our matches.

We are always proud to keep ourselves at the highest level. For example, we all care about having a higher standard than what we thrive on. Hence, we expect nothing but the best for ourselves. I myself, Xavier Woods and Big E have this way of doing it." On the defeat of Big E, who according to Kofi, will now be more hungry to regain the title: "He was able to change things but also to remain true to himself, which many people cannot say he did.

He has always had the support of the people. He's always been able to go out there, entertain and do things such a great man shouldn't be able to do. He goes out there and always shows his athleticism of him in spite of everything.

Whenever he touches the microphone, he is able to entertain a lot of people. I don't have any advice to give to Big E. It's not my job to tell others how to feel and what to do. I think every individual at WWE should focus only on what he can control, turning any setbacks into the fuel that brings them back to the top.

If you're the type of person who lets something bad get you down and keep you down for a long time, you will probably never make much progress. Several things happen in life, some good and some not so good, but the ones that hurt you the most make you better.

All the things that happen to me, I take them as an experience of growth, as an opportunity to improve. And that's actually what you do in these situations. It makes us all stronger."