I Will See Your Desmond Wolf and Raise You a Kofi Kingston

Adrian StaehleSenior Analyst IOctober 28, 2009

We all say what TNA is doing with the newly acquired acquisition Desmond Wolf and I have to say I was impressed.

Wolf went after he top guy in the TNA locker room and made a name for himself in one night.

Everyone said that’s who you make an impact, well I think the WWE answered back in a big way with Kofi Kingston, going after Randy Orton.

The WWE has been criticize heavily all year about not making stars and they took it after every Triple H/Orton and Cena/Orton matches and just going forward with their creative writing, if you want to call it that.

For the first time in a long time, the WWE got it right.

I have look forward to many Raw’s before in my life but this one unlike the others could pay off in a big way.

Kofi Kingston is very talented in the ring and with more time on the mic that will grow as well.

There is one thing that is holding him back from becoming a World Champion one day and that is his Gimmick.

I watched Raw tonight and expected one thing and got something better.

I saw Kofi in that segment with the car and the way he showed emotion reminded me a little of the Attitude Era, Kingston is a future World Champion no doubt about it, we just hope he doesn’t turn into a weak Champion like CM Punk has become to some people.

I see a lot of work that will have to go into Kofi Kingston and it’s a good start by dropping the Jamaican Gimmick.

I see Randy Orton vs. Kofi Kingston in a Team vs. Team match and I think it could be a show stealer.

If it isn’t a team vs. Team match I think it would be better, but if the WWE wants this rivalry to work they have to set them up in a tag match before going one on one.

Desmond Wolf might have made a big impact on Impact, but boy did Kofi blow it out of the water.

I put my money on Kofi being a long-term plan than Wolf being a short-term impact.

It will be Trouble in Paradise for Orton and the WWE before Wolf will be Towering the TNA ladder.

For Kofi Kingston it's good-bye mid-card, hello Main Event.

What do you think of Kofi Kingston impact and who's will run longer?