Kofi Kingston Unhappy With The Way His Match With Randy Orton Turned Out

Kofi Kingston is still WWE champion after leaving SummerSlam with the coveted belt in his possession. And, while he's happy to still be SmackDown's main man, he's not pleased with the way things turned out in Toronto.

Kingson's match against longtime rival Randy Orton ended via means of a Double Count Out after The Viper went ringside to confront the champion's family. Kofi would go into a fit outside of the ring, leading to both men getting counted out by the referee and the title staying in the Ghanaian's hands.

After the show, Kofi took to Twitter to express his disappointment.

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"Am I happy about still being WWE Champion? Of course," he wrote. "But I am NOT satisfied with the way the match ended. This thing between Randy and I, is not over. Not by a long shot."

However, he did admit feeling a sense of pride after being the focus of WWE: 24, which aired right after SummerSlam.

On a positive note, I’m so proud of my episode of #WWE24!" the champ wrote. "They did such an incredible job of portraying such a powerful and unforgettable adventure. I’m so grateful that the experience is forever documented. Thank you so much to the many wonderful people that made this happen!"

After beating Daniel Bryan to become WWE champion at WrestleMania back in May, Kofi returned to the nation of his birth for the first time in 26 years, belt in hand. The visit was filmed by WWE, who let fans in on the experience On Sunday night.

Kofi isn't the only one who's dissatisfied with the way things turned out as it relates to his fight against Orton. But it's great to know that the story won't end there.

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