Kofi Kingston - Personal Life

Personal Life

Sarkodie-Mensah began wrestling professionally in 2005, under the ring name of Kofi Nahaje Kingston. Kingston's country of birth was billed as Jamaica because, according to Leslie Goffe of the BBC, people would be more likely to embrace a person from the land of Bob Marley and reggae music" than someone from Ghana. In late 2009, this was retconned when his character became more serious. The on-screen explanation was that his smiling Jamaican gimmick paid tribute to Jamaican culture. He got married September 11, 2010 to his wife, Kori Campfield.

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