Xavier Woods Breaks The Guinness World Record For "Most Subscribed-to Celebrity Video Gaming Channel"

More success for Woods!

In 2015, one-third of the current SmackDown Live Tag Team Champions Xavier Woods launched his own YouTube gaming channel entitled 'UpUpDownDown'. Xavier Woods' channel grew popular quickly due to the combination of his own fan base tuning in plus the fans who would join to see the likes of Seth Rollins, Kofi Kingston, Tyler Breeze and other WWE stars who would game with Woods.

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Xavier Woods also streams on Twitch under his gaming name 'Austin Creed'. During a recent edition of the WWE Network series 'Table For 3', Woods sat down with Matt Hardy and Zack Ryder to discuss the use of technology and the power that it has in today's world. During that specific episode Woods shared that he had his own vision for 'UpUpDownDown' and did not want the WWE to mold it into what they thought it should be. Woods also stated that he received advice from Zack Ryder who also had his share of success on YouTube and Ryder told Woods to keep the channel close to home to prevent it from becoming a "company thing". The drive of Xavier Woods and the advice from Zack Ryder paid off as it was announced today that Xavier Woods broke the Guinness world record for "Most Suscribed-To Celebrity Video Gaming Channel". 

Woods has made it past 1.6 million subscribers and the embedded video at the top of the article features Woods accepting his award.

 

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