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Kofi Kingston Talks About WWE Having Few Black Champions, Says It's Not a Racial Thing
By Marc Middleton
Mar 26, 2014 - 12:12:41 PM

- Kofi Kingston recently spoke with IndyWeek.com to promote Friday's WWE live event in Raleigh. He talked about WWE's lack of black champions:

"People always say, 'Oh, there haven't been many black champions,' but on the other hand, there are a whole lot of white people that never won a belt either. These days, I think it's less of a racial thing. I honestly believe that if you are able to entertain and interact with the crowd, it doesn't matter what ethnicity you may be. [WWE] will reward you."

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