‘Superstar’ Billy Graham Advises Kofi Kingston To Take Steroids

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Kofi Kingston wrapped up an emotional journey at this past weekend’s (Sun. April 7, 2019) WrestleMania 35 event in New Jersey. The New Day member defeated Daniel Bryan to capture his first WWE Championship. The WWE Universe has really gotten behind Kingston as of late, however, not surprisingly, he has also had a lot of detractors.

One of them being WWE Hall Of Famer “Superstar” Billy Graham, who has openly been against Kingston being World Champion, believing he’s too small. Now that Kingston has already won the title, Graham has offered Kingston a bit of advice for his championship reign.

Speaking on his Facebook page, Billy Graham adviced Kingston to take steroids to add about 50 pounds of muscle mass to his build:

Kofi Kingston…. My Advice


I am sure Vince will sit Kofi down and say, ” Now Kofi, you listen to every word the Superstar has to say about your run as the first African born WWE World Heavyweight Champion.” Congratulations to Kofi for winning the most important Title in pro wrestling history….sorry you NWA guys…. Notice the word ” Heavyweight ” in his Title…so my man, I urge you to start doing some steroids and add about 50 pounds of solid muscle to your championship body. Vince wont care, honestly. Actually he would be quite pleased with the muscular transformation, as I predict that you young man will have the longest run as WWE champ in modern-day history. Then in just a short time while you are red hot and the fans are celebrating your win, your 2 former partners in crime, E and Woods get jealous and turn on you. In my day there would be some blood in that double cross on you but God forbid….not now. You then have Daniel Bryan for rematches and your two former partners as opponents. The final suggestion, is to get all of my promo material together that you can find in the WWE’s vast library and study my promos. You must be an entertainer as well as a wrestler my man and best of luck with your run !!! S.B.G.


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