Woods provides some insight into what is known as 'wrestlers court'.
'Wrestlers Court' is a phrase that has been mentioned in countless interviews by those who are a part or have been a part of the WWE locker room. From what has been spoken about it 'wrestlers court' is when the locker room and a "judge" help wrestlers who have an issue with one another come to an agreement or settle a dispute. The Undertaker at one point was even said to have been a "judge" of wrestlers court due to the locker room having a genuine respect for him.
In the latest video of former two-time SmackDown Live Tag Team Champion Xavier Woods' 'UpUpDownDown' YouTube gaming channel, he gave a brief explanation as to what 'wrestlers court' is before playing a few rounds of 'Wheel Of Fortune' with Tyler Breeze and the cast of the 'Super Troopers 2' film which is set to release on April 20th of this year.
"Wrestlers Court' is like somebody steals my move and I can take him to 'Wrestlers Court…So, we have the jury, we have everyone watching, we have the judge, and I plead my case. ... But I can either choose someone to represent me or I can represent myself." Woods continued. "We plead our cases then the jury figures everything out, judge makes his case and if you don't want to do what needs to be done afterwards like let's say he has to be my driver for the next two weeks, stuff like that. If he doesn't do that, then, the bailiff comes and"… Tyler Breeze completes Woods’ explanation with “Anything could happen."
Xavier Woods and his New Day brethren recently came up short on an opportunity to challenge for the SmackDown Live Tag Team Titles at the 'Greatest Royal Rumble' event on April 27th. Click here to read up on how they lost the match.