Kofi Kingston will be sticking around WWE for at least another five years.
On the latest episode of New Day: Feel The Power podcast, Kingston revealed that he recently signed a new five-year deal with WWE. Terms of the deal were not disclosed and it is unclear if this is an extension on his old deal or if his old deal was expiring.
Kofi made the announcement while discussing how his body has been feeling, saying he can still "go" in the ring, but when he's just kicking a soccer ball with his son, he has trouble running after the ball.
"I'm not done. I just signed another five-year contract. We got five years. Who knows what my body is gonna be like in those five years," said Kofi.
It's been a banner year for Kofi, who won the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 35 by defeating Daniel Bryan. He went on to have a six-month reign as champion, defeating Kevin Owens, Dolph Ziggler, Samoa Joe and Randy Orton before losing the belt to Brock Lesnar in October. He and Big E successfully defended the SmackDown Tag Team Titles in a ladder match against The Revival on at WWE TLC.
Kofi has been with WWE since signing a developmental contract in 2006.
The latest New Day: Feel The Power podcast centers around Xavier Woods' recent Achilles injury and how he and the group are dealing with that injury and past injuries they have suffered.
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