Kofi Kingston: The camaraderie in the locker room, it’s still there


Kofi Kingston: The camaraderie in the locker room, it’s still there

Cheap Heat with DJ Peter Rosenberg was a great chance for Kofi Kingston to talk about the current situation in the WWE scene. Kingston is one of the more experienced wrestlers and can be an example for the younger ones. Kofi had a difficult beginning and it was not easy to become what he is today.

"I think what a lot of people miss about it and being on the roster, at least from what I’ve been told, is they miss the camaraderie in the locker room and all that. Even now where I see the transition happening where myself, Dolph, Miz, Randy, we’re kind of the elder statesmen, and everybody else has gone through NXT.

”- he said, as quoted by pwmania.com

Kofi Kingston talks about wrestlers

The wrestling scene sometimes carries difficult moments. It is not easy to get to the very top and fight. Many wrestlers today want fame overnight.

“There are people who I didn’t come up with, you know, so you kind of see that natural transition happening. But the camaraderie in the locker room, it’s still there. Once that’s gone, you don’t really get it back.

So I’ve always said that as long as I’m having fun, I don’t want to be the guy that comes to work every day and is complaining about being there and ‘Oh, I’m not happy with our storyline and I’m pissed off about this.’ This job is so amazing that you should be feeling elated about it every single day.

Obviously there’s ups and downs and whatnot, we all know that. But overall you shouldn’t be coming to work and having it weigh on yourself and you take it home and you’re mad about what’s going on at work, and now the quality of your life isn’t the way that it should be”.