Who is Kori Campfield? His Age, Height, Spouse, Children, Wiki, Bio

April 18, 2024
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Kori Campfield is a model and diet advisor, but is perhaps best known as the wife of Kofi Kingston, a distinguished Ghanaian-American professional wrestler, who made his debut in 2007.

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Kori Campfield Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Kori Campfield was born on 21 April 1982, in Accra, Ghana, where she spent her early years, and grew up in a close-knit family. Unfortunately, her father with whom she shared a special bond, passed away in 2014, shown in an Instagram post on Father’s Day, in which she expressed heartfelt wishes. She’s mentioned having brothers with whom she used to play baseball during her youth.


Kori has become a successful Ghanaian model and diet advisor. Her career includes promoting healthy living and plant-based diets on her Instagram account. As a plant lover, she shares photos of various crops and advocates for conscious and holistic living. Kori also shares vegan recipes, showing her commitment to a vegan lifestyle. Despite limited details about her current professional life, she continues to inspire others through her dedication to a healthy lifestyle.



Kori gained public attention as the wife of Kofi Kingston, a renowned Ghanaian-American professional wrestler. The couple married in September 2010, in a private ceremony attended by a select few. They have three children together: Khi Sarkodie born on 24 April 2013, Orion Kingsley on 28 April 2016, and Lotus Selene Sarkodie-Mensah on 23 November 2021. Kori has shared with her fans on Instagram her unwavering enthusiasm for motherhood, despite all its challenges.

Kori Campfield’s Husband, Kofi Kingston Short Bio

Kofi Nahaje Sarkodie-Mensah was born on 14 August 1981, in Kumasi, Ghana. His parents, Kwasi and Elizabeth Sarkodie-Mensah moved the family to the United States, settling in the greater Boston area. Kofi, alongside his brother Kwame (Temp0), a Twitch streamer, and his late sister Nana Akua, completed his education at Winchester High School in Massachusetts, and later attended Boston College.


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Early Career and WWE Debut

Starting on the New England independent circuit as Kofi Nahaje Kingston, he signed with WWE in 2006. Debuting in 2008 with a Jamaican character, he later transitioned to being billed from Ghana.

In 2010, Kofi Kingston’s pursuit of the Intercontinental Championship had its highs and lows. After winning the title, a reversal decision handed it back to Drew McIntyre. Undeterred, Kingston clinched the title again at Over the Limit. However, his grasp on the championship proved brief, as Dolph Ziggler claimed victory on SmackDown. Kingston’s subsequent attempts at reclaiming the title at SummerSlam, SmackDown, and Night of Champions fell short.


Intercontinental Title Pursuits (2011)

The following year saw Kingston engage in battles with the likes of Jack Swagger and Alberto Del Rio. Despite briefly losing the Intercontinental title to Wade Barrett in March, Kingston swiftly secured a rematch victory on 1 April. Additionally, he played a pivotal role in a triumphant tag team effort at WrestleMania XXVII.

US Title Triumph and Air Boom Era (2011–2012)

Kingston added another accolade to his resume by winning the US Championship against Sheamus at Extreme Rules. However, this achievement was short-lived, as he dropped the title to Dolph Ziggler at Capitol Punishment. Forming a high-flying alliance with Evan Bourne, known as “Air Boom”, the duo captured the WWE Tag Team Championship fighting against The Miz and R-Truth, and continued their streak of victories in such high-profile matches as Night of Champions, Hell in a Cell, and Vengeance. However, they faced a surprising defeat at a house show against Primo and Epico in January 2012.

Intercontinental Title Regained and Tagging with R-Truth (2012–2014)

October 2012 witnessed Kingston reclaiming the Intercontinental title from The Miz, though he would lose it at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs that same year. Engaging in feuds with the likes of Wade Barrett, Kingston also secured the US Championship against Antonio Cesaro in April 2013.

Hiatus and Return (2013–2014)

Taking a hiatus in 2013 for elbow surgery, Kingston returned to WWE and recaptured the US Championship. However, his reign was short-lived as he lost it to Dean Ambrose at Extreme Rules in May 2013. Engaging in feuds with Bray Wyatt and The Miz, Kingston secured a notable victory against The Miz at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs in December 2013.


Royal Rumble and WrestleMania XXX Appearance

Kingston showed his acrobatics at the Royal Rumble in 2014, executing memorable moves though ultimately being eliminated by Sheamus. At WrestleMania XXX he participated in the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, but was met with elimination, again by Sheamus. Nevertheless, these moments etched Kingston’s name in the annals of WWE history.

Formation of The New Day (2014-2016)

In 2014, Kofi, Big E, and Xavier Woods formed The New Day, and their tag team reign from August 2015 to December 2016 set a record. Their success, but also their charisma in the ring and outside, made them fan favorites during this period.

WrestleMania 35 Triumph (April 2019)

The pinnacle of Kofi’s singles career came at WrestleMania 35 in April 2019. In a historic match, he defeated Daniel Bryan to clinch the WWE Championship. This victory not only made him the first African-born world champion in WWE history but also marked his achievement of WWE’s 30th Triple Crown Champion, and 20th overall Grand Slam Champion.

Continued Success and Evolution (2019-2022)

Post-WrestleMania 35, Kofi continued to thrive. His participation in tag team matches alongside Big E from October 2019 led to several SmackDown Tag Team Championship victories, and losses. Notable moments included their triumphant return on 9 October 2020, their seventh SmackDown Tag Team Championship win.


NXT Tag Team Championship Win (2022)

In 2022, Kofi added to his accomplishments by winning the NXT Tag Team Championship, and achieving the Tag Team Triple Crown.

Return to Raw (2023)

As part of the 2023 WWE Draft, Kofi returned to the Raw brand, marking a new chapter in his career. In his most recent match, he fought Ludwig Kaiser.

According to authoritative sources, Kofi Kingston’s net worth is estimated at over $3 million as of early 2024.

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