Kofi Kingston Net Worth

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Kofi Nahaje Sarkodie-Mensah  is a Ghanaian-American professional wrestler signed to WWE, under the ring name Kofi Kingston. Kofi performs smackdown and WWE of which he is the current champion. He was born on  August 14, 1981. Kofi Kingston net worth 2020 is  $3 million. 

He is the first African-born WWE Champion and is also a member of The New Day along with Big E and Xavier Woods where they are the current SmackDown Tag Team Champions in their record-tying fourth reign.

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Kingston spent much of his first few years in WWE on the midcard singles scene, during which he became a four-time Intercontinental Champion and a three-time United States Champion. In 2014, Kingston formed The New Day with Big E and Xavier Woods.

He is the first African-born world champion in WWE history as well as its 30th Triple Crown Champion and 20th overall Grand Slam Champion

Kofi Nahaje Sarkodie-Mensah was born in Kumasi, Ashanti on August 14, 1981. He moved with his family to the United States and eventually settled in the greater Boston area, where he graduated from Winchester High School and then Boston College

Kingston, under the nickname Mr. 24/7, frequently appears on fellow WWE wrestler, Xavier Woods’ YouTube channel UpUpDownDown. In May 2019, he defeated UpUpDownDown Champion Gentleman Jack Gallagher in a game of Mortal Kombat 3 to win Gallagher’s championship. Kingston lost the title one month later to Jey Uso in a game of Tetris.

In 2012, he guest-starred in an episode of Disney XD’s karate sitcom Kickin’ It. In 2016, he appeared with his New Day teammates on a Christmas Family themed Let’s Make a Deal.

 In 2017, he published The Book of Booty: Shake It. Love It. Never Be It with fellow New Day members Big E and Xavier Woods.

Sarkodie-Mensah has been married since 2010 to Kori Campfield, with whom he has two sons: Khi, born in 2013, and Orion, born in April 2016. Sarkodie-Mensah has tattoos of Ghanaian Adinkra symbols along his spine.

In a June 2019 interview, Sarkodie-Mensah stated that Dolph Ziggler was “one of my favorite opponents of all-time, if not my favorite. Not to toot my own horn or our horn, our matches have always been off the chain. We have really good chemistry