13 Hidden Meanings Behind Outlandish WWE Royal Rumble 2019 Attires

4. The New Day

As usual, the devil was in the detail for The New Day's gear this year, with Big E, Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston all supporting the super-creative survivor's history of athletic elimination avoidance by having the stunts detailed as comic sketches on their gear.

Some weren't ultra-clear from long range, but Kofi added a new pair of eccentric escapes this year anyway - they'll need adding in time for 2020's 'January Classic.


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