Kofi Kingston on the details of Big E's recovery



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Kofi Kingston on the details of Big E's recovery

Kofi Kingston was part of Peter Rosenberg's "Cheap Heat" podcast. Rosenberg had an interesting question regarding the Royal Rumble and the fact that everyone needs to know what everyone is doing. Kingston believes that a narrow circle of people should know what is needed.

“I think it’s a situation where like, you don’t really need to know what anybody else is doing except for the people who are close to your entrance spots or whatever, or elimination if there’s something specific, but for the most part, there’s only a handful of us that really need to know what’s going on and who’s in there because we’re trying to do cool things that involve other people”.

- he said, as quoted by pwmania.com

Big E recovery

Big E had a lot of problems after a serious injury. However, it seems that his recovery is going in the right direction and that everything will be fine for him. “He’s doing great, man.

He’s doing awesome. I mean, for someone who literally broke their neck, it’s amazing to see the level of recovery. Even from that day, he was wanting to make sure that everybody knew that he was okay. I’m like, man, what an amazing, thoughtful person to be literally like, you know, on the edge of contemplating death or paralysis or whatever is going on.

You don’t know what’s going on. This is your neck, and you’re worried about other people. That’s a totally different level of caring. I don’t think I’ve ever met anybody with that level of concern for other people.

You know what I mean? So, yeah, he’s doing really, really well, man. He hasn’t had to have surgery on his neck. It’s kind of healed naturally. I think it was at the point where, so the wound is healed, but the fractures are not ossifying, generating new bone.

You learn all types of new terms when you get close to these situations. So they want to do a new scan, I believe in March, and they want to see where things are and we’ll kind of go from there. To me, the most important thing, and I know a lot of people are like, ‘Well, when’s he coming back? You think he’s gonna come back?’ To me, the most important thing is that he’s able to live his life in a comfortable fashion and be happy”.