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Kofi Kingston Is Currently On Quite The Winning Streak

Kofi Kingston is currently on an 11 match winning streak that goes all the way back to his WWE Championship win at WrestleMania.

There are a number of reasons WWE fans don't like Brock Lesnar. Reason number one is the lack of time he spends competing, or even appearing for that matter. A slight annoyance when he's not a champion, and downright frustrating when he is. We don't mind Lesnar going away for a while, but when he takes a title with him, that's annoying.

That's one of the reasons why this year's WrestleMania was so refreshing. Not only because women headlined the show for the first time, but also because two new, ever-present World Champions were crowned at the show. Seth Rollins and Kofi Kingston. Ever-present, fighting champions might we add. A point they were eager to prove just 24 hours later.

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They did that by competing in a winner take all match for both of their newly won titles. That match came to an end when The Bar decided to intervene, resulting in the disqualification of Rollins. In typical WWE fashion, that angle was never followed up on. However, since Sheamus has been out injured ever since, we're willing to give them the benefit of the doubt on that one.

Since that match technically went down as a Kingston win, it means the WWE Champion is on quite the winning streak. Since WrestleMania, he has competed in 11 matches and won every single one of them. That stat was highlighted via WWE on Instagram this week. What's even more impressive is that of those 11 matches, including the one in which he won the title, the WWE Championship has been on the line in five of them.

The list of names Kingston has defeated is an impressive one too. Not only Rollins and Daniel Bryan, but also Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, and even AJ Styles. The only question that remains is how much longer can this streak go on? WWE is clearly aware of it, so perhaps it plans on actually going somewhere with it. Or, you know, Lesnar will cash in on him and bring everything crashing down to Earth. It is WWE after all.

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