WWE Name Sends Chilling Message To Former Champion

WWE Name Sends Chilling Message To Former Champion WWE

With The Final Testament’s Karrion Kross focusing his attention on the New Day, Paul Ellering has sent a chilling message.

Recently, Kross has been trying to drive a wedge between Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston, highlighting the way that Kingston showcases himself.

While the New Day seem to be as strong as ever, there have been moments where Woods seemed to recognise what Kross meant about Kingston.

The past two weeks on WWE Raw has seen Kross face Kingston and Woods, with the June 24 episode seeing victory for the Final Testament member over Kingston after AOP attacked Woods backstage, distracting the New Day member.

The opening match on the July 1 episode of WWE Raw saw Kross lose to Woods, with The Final Testament attacking post-match, as can be seen in the highlights below this news story.

In a recent tweet, the Final Testament leader Paul Ellering sent out a creepy message clearly aimed at Kingston that read:

“@WWE #Newday Kofi – in the kingdom of the blind the TFT is the way…& the truth…just believe … acknowledge the Kross… you shall be healed.”

This isn’t the first time that Ellering has suggested that Kingston would be healed by ‘the truth’ of The Final Testament.

The July 1 attack was enough to leave Kingston with an injured arm thanks to Kross and it appears that they’re not finished with the New Day yet.

Ahead of the June 24 episode of WWE Raw, Woods admitted he was ‘scared‘ to go to the show, especially following the debut of the Wyatt Sicks.

Karrion Kross recently shared his thoughts on another WWE debut after the arrival of Jacob Fatu on SmackDown.

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3 weeks ago by Dave Adamson

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