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Ever since the popular group of ‘New Day’ was formed way back in 2014, WWE Universe showered a lot of love and blessings to them. But now the speculations are raising that this globally-known team could split and the superstar members Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods, and Big E will lead their paths on their own.

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The talented wrestler Kofi Kingston has already stepped into the main singles event and is doing much better than his other teammates. He has won many one-one-one fights against strong opponents like Randy Orton, Dolph Ziggler and Jimmy Uso and now he has been transformed into a complete wrestler who doesn’t need any support to win in the ring.

After Kingston, Xavier Woods is also planning to try his luck in WWE singles championships. Only time will tell whether Woods will also rule the singles fight or he will continue to make his alliance with Big E.  If the entertaining trio of Big E, Woods and Kingston will get split then it will be a big shock for their fans.

In the upcoming brand new SmackDown Live episode on Friday star New day member, Kofi Kingston is going to lock horns with Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar who is returning back in the ring after a month-long period. The experienced wrestler Kingston was last seen in action two weeks back when he pinned down the strong team of ‘The Revival’ and ‘The Viper Randy Orton singlehandedly. Though Kingston’s happiness was short-lived as the moment he started celebrating his victory over arch-rival Randy Orton, Lesnar directly challenged Kofi Kingston for next fight.

Undoubtedly, Kingston will be fully equipped for his forthcoming fight in WWE as he knows how strong Lesnar is when it comes to a one-on-one battle. The new SmackDown Live episode will make its debut at Fox network on October 4th, 2019. The blue brand event of WWE will now be telecasted on every Friday instead of Tuesday. NXT will take over the former slot. This came after WWE has moved to Fox Network from USA Network as the company has signed a new deal with new broadcasting partners.

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