Xavier Woods is currently enjoying the run of his career, reaching new heights as a member of New Day and finding success outside of the ring with UpUpDownDown and G4.
Though Woods is showing no signs of slowing down in the ring and is only 34 years old, he continues to plan for his future once his in-ring career is over.
Speaking to Luke Norris at Sportscasting, Woods revealed how long he plans to keep wrestling.
“Until I feel like I can no longer perform at a level that’s acceptable to the fans. So once that happens, then I’m done. So I’ll probably jump out right before that happens so I don’t have to accidentally find it. But at this point in my career, I’m so focused on making sure that other people are taken care of and that other people are getting the chance to shine, whether that’s in the ring or outside of it," he said. "For me, I want to make sure that I’ve done everything in my power to get a couple of pages of the next chapter written before I get there because I don’t want to have to pick up the pen and scramble to write. I want to make sure that I’ve got everything I can to make sure that my transition into post-wrestling life as smooth as possible and that the transition into wrestling life for everybody in wrestling right now is as smooth as possible. So that’s really the focus I have right now. So when we talk about my career, when I’m done wrestling, it’s kind of just like when the work is done, you know, it’s never really done. So I guess when I’m comfortable enough passing the work on to someone else. I’ll step away then.”
Woods is currently a featured member of the WWE Raw roster alongside his New Day partner Kofi Kingston.
On Monday's WWE Raw, Woods got to show off his newly learned bass skills before Kofi battled Elias.
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