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Kofi Kingston defeats Randy Orton to retain his WWE Championship

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Kofi Kingston has retained his WWE Championship after defeating Randy Orton at Clash of Champions.

The Ghanaian-born wrestler fought gallantly and hit Randy Orton with a vicious Trouble in Paradise to pick up the win.

Kofi has not lost the WWE title since winning it back in May and has successfully defended his belt a number of times.

While Randy Orton proved to be a tough opponent, RKO was no match for The New Day member in this title fight.
Kofi Kingston defeats Randy Orton to retain his WWE title

The victory means Kofi’s fairy-tale ride as a WWE Champion continues, while Randy Orton will have to wait for another opportunity to nail his 14th world title.

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In May, Kofi visited Ghana for the first time in over two decades as part of the country’s much-heralded Year of Return.

The Rasta-haired wrestler was born in Kumasi but moved to the United States (US) at a very tender age, where he started his wrestling career.

The Ghanaian wrestler made history by becoming the first-ever African to win the WWE Championship.

The 37-year-old defeated Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania 35 to achieve the historic feat.

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