Kevin Owens stunned the spectators when he conveyed a superkick to fan-most loved WWE Champion Kofi Kingston in the main event of the SmackDown Live a week ago. It was particularly astonishing as we had seen Owens replace Big E as the third individual from the New Day. He even began alluding to himself as “Large O” and reinforced with both Kofi and Xavier Woods.
But everything changed a week ago when Owens assaulted Kofi. It demonstrated what Owens dependably had at the top of the priority list during the entire façade with the New Day. Presently it looks likely that he will be the main challenger to Kofi for the WWE Championship. In any case, WWE have declared that Kofi will address Owens’ activity this week on SmackDown Live in an exclusive interview.
‘WWE Champion Kofi Kingston felt the brunt of Kevin Owens’ hatred when KO turned on both Kingston and Xavier Woods last Tuesday night. Owens’ short residency as privileged New Day part “big O” finished unceremoniously when KO assaulted both Kingston and Woods, clarifying that his aims were to take Kingston’s WWE Title,’ an announcement on WWE’s authentic site said.
“What will Kingston need to state as he gives his first select meeting since Owens’ selling out?”
Kevin and Xavier Woods were cheering Kofi in his match against Shinsuke Nakamura a week ago. The WWE champion was going to win the match when he got Nakamura with bouncing twofold knees and Trouble in Paradise. In any case, Rusev spared his accomplice from the pinfall which caused a DQ. Woods and Owens warded off the heels. In any case, shockingly Owens turned on the victor and spread him out with a superkick. At the point when Woods acted the hero Kofi, Owens hit him with a horrible cover powerbomb.
After a short keep running as a babyface, Owens has returned to his characteristic roots as a heel in WWE. It will intrigue see what WWE does with this quarrel after the stunning response that Owens’ heel turn got a week ago.