Who is Kori Campfield?
Kori Campfield was born on 21 April 1982, in Accra, Ghana, and is best known for being the wife of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) professional wrestler Kofi Kingston who is the current WWE champion. He has been with WWE since 2007 and is a member of the group The New Day, alongside Xavier Woods and Big E.
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The Net Worth of Kori Campfield
How rich is Kori Campfield? As of mid-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $100,000, earned through success in her various endeavors. Her wealth has been elevated thanks to the success of his husband, who has a net worth estimated at more than $3 million. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Life and Career
There is almost no information available about Kori with no details about her family, education, and childhood. Even details about her career are not known to the public. Many sources speculate that she may have no work and be a housewife focused on raising the family as her husband travels around for his work. She has made a few television appearances, often seen supporting her husband as he competes in WWE. Their children also join her, though she maintains a relatively low profile, not wanting to have any spotlight on her. Her husband’s work has led her to befriend many of the popular wrestlers from his company.
Husband – Kofi Kingston
Campfield’s husband Kofi Nahaje Sarkodie-Mensah is a Ghanaian-American professional wrestler, best known from performing under the ring name Kofi Kingston. He is a part of the SmackDown brand, and is the current WWE Champion in his first reign, actually the first African-born WWE champion.
According to several sources, he started pursuing a professional wrestling career after college, first making his mark in the New England independent circuit as a Jamaican wrestler named Kofi Nahaje Kingston – Kingston is the capital of Jamaica. In 2007, WWE took notice of him and signed him to a development contract with the company. He initially used the same Jamaican character he had in the independent circuit, but a few years later the company dropped the character and his accent, and he became billed as one from his home country of Ghana. However, he kept his name Kofi Kingston despite all the other changes.
Kofi’s Championship Rise
For most of the early part of Kingston’s career, he participated in the mid-card singles scene of the WWE, and during those years became a four-time Intercontinental Champion. He’s also won the US championship three times over the years. In 2014, he joined his first group called The New Day, and the trio would become the Tag Team Champions, and would proceed to break the record for the longest Tag Team Championship reign in history, holding the Championship from August 2015 to December 2016. Kofi finally got a WWE championship opportunity at “WrestleMania 35”, where he defeated Daniel Bryan to become the WWE Champion, his first world title in the company.
Kofi’s Achievements and Other Endeavors
Kofi’s championship win made him the 20th overall Grand Slam Champion of WWE as well as its 30th Triple Crown Champion. He also became known for competing in the Royal Rumble, and finding innovative ways to prevent himself from being eliminated during the main over-the-top rope battle royal event. He has spent most of his professional wrestling career as a babyface or an heroic character, as opposed to a heel. There were a few months in 2015 when he spent some time as a villain, as a member of The New Day.
— KOFI (@TrueKofi) April 23, 2019
Aside from his wrestling work, he is also appears frequently on the YouTube channel entitled UpUpDownDown, which is managed by fellow wrestler Xavier Woods. He appears in the channel under the name Mr. 24/7, and has also done other television work apart from his wrestling appearances – he guest starred in an episode of “Kickin’ It”, and appeared in a special episode of “Let’s Make a Deal”. The New Day also published their own book in 2017, called “The Book of Booty: Shake It. Love It. Never Be It”.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, it is known that Campfield has been married to Kingston since 2010, and they have two children together. Very little is known about her as she prefers to keep her life away from the spotlight, though the couple respect a lot of the Ghanaian traditions, with Kofi sporting tattoos of Adinkra symbols along his spine. She has appeared alongside her husband at numerous WWE occasions, including the annual Hall of Fame event.
Similar to numerous wives of wrestling personalities, she does have an account on social media – specifically on Facebook – which details a bit of personal information along with a picture of her with Kofi. The couple reside in Tampa, Florida and she is friends with a few other popular wrestling names, including Santino Marella and Natalie “Natalya” Neidhart. However, her account is mostly private and does not share a lot of information with the public. Her husband on the other hand is very active on social media due to the nature of work professional wrestlers have, in keeping up with their character outside of the ring He has an account on Twitter and Facebook, posting on a regular basis.