Bleacher Report’s Mike Chiari recently interviewed WWE Superstar Kofi Kingston, as WrestleMania XXX becomes closer and closer. Chiari and Kingston talked about a number of topics regarding WrestleMania such as a superstar’s placement, having a “WrestleMania Moment,” in addition to Kingston possibly turning heel at some point down the road.
Kingston noted that he would prefer to work a singles match, when it comes to WrestleMania, stating:
“I think at WrestleMania you definitely want a singles match and not have to share the spotlight with other guys. Money in the Bank was awesome and [created] some of the cooler moments in my career, and it’s awesome to make some memorable moments. But I think the ultimate goal is to have that singles match where it’s just you and your opponent, all eyes on you two, and you’re just telling a story and you’re out there just tearing the house down.”
Perhaps WWE’s most talented high-flyer, Kingston also talked about the upcoming Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal and if he would like to enter it:
“I would love to get involved with that. Any type of Royal Rumble or battle royal I always look forward to because I usually get to do some pretty cool things. And then on top of that, just to be involved with a match dedicated to a man with the profile and the caliber of Andre the Giant, I mean, when you think about that it’s awesome. I mean how cool would it be to be the first guy to win it? I think it would be really, really cool… I haven’t been officially announced into it but I am assuming that I’m going to be involved in it in some way, shape or form.”
Kofi also spoke about his desire to turn heel in WWE at some point in time:
“I’ve been clamoring at that for a while now, but the situation has to be right and the timing has to be right; everything has to be right. I wouldn’t want to just do it for the sake of doing it because you might get lost in the shuffle that way. If the situation was right, it would give me a chance to do something completely different and show people a side of me they have never seen before, which I think would be great and I think would be fun.”
To read the Bleacher Report’s piece on the interview, click here.