WATCH: Kofi Kingston Stuns Daniel Bryan, Becomes WWE Champion

Kofi Kingston had the ultimate Wrestlemania moment on Sunday, April 7 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Kingston was facing off against WWE Champion Daniel Bryan when he did the unthinkable.

After a back-and-forth fight that saw both men nearly earning pinfalls, it was Kofi Kingston who came out on top with the three-count.

And just like that, Kofi was part of one of the most unforgettable Wrestlemania moments as the crowd at MetLife Stadium roared and jumped to their feet.

What time is it for @ERICKROWAN? It's the MIDNIGHT HOUR.#WrestleMania #WWEChampionship @WWEBigE @XavierWoodsPhD pic.twitter.com/qswiy9Aemp

— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 8, 2019

What's it like to have an army of 80,000+ supporters during the biggest match of your career?

Ask @TrueKofi. He knows all about it.#WrestleMania #WWEChampionship pic.twitter.com/IXLSDqEOPj

— WWE (@WWE) April 8, 2019

Kofi Kingston is the new WWE Champion! Nothing is as real as this moment right here #WrestleMania #WrestleMania35 pic.twitter.com/apNzEmt7OH

— Ryan Songalia (@ryansongalia) April 8, 2019

IT'S A NEW DAY FOR THE #WWEChampionship!#WrestleMania @TrueKofi @WWEBigE @XavierWoodsPhD pic.twitter.com/A1B5luBjnp

— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 8, 2019

Kofi Kingston has had his fair share of highlights in WWE in the past, but they would usually come from wild spots at Royal Rumbles and Battle Royale matches.

However, he now has the ultimate prize and an incredible Wrestlemania moment to add to his trophy case.

Kingston, who was in his first career one-on-one WWE Championship match at Wrestlemania 35, is also a four-time Intercontinental Champion, three-time United States Champion, and eighth-time world tag team champion. He is the first African-born world champion in WWE history.

For the first time in WrestleMania history, the event will be headlined by a women’s match — a winner takes all triple threat match between Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair, and Becky Lynch for both the Raw and SmackDown Women’s Championships.

The WWE Universal Championship, WWE Championship, SmackDown & Raw Tag Team Championships, Women’s Tag Team Championship, United States Championship, and Intercontinental Championship were also all on the line.

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