Xavier Woods Says If UpUpDownDown Hits 5 Million Subs, He'll Ask Vince McMahon To Be On The Show

Xavier Woods is aiming for the big guns to be on UUDD.

Former 5-time WWE Tag Team Champion Xavier Woods' 'UpUpDownDown' YouTube gaming channel has broken the Guinness World Record for "Most Suscribed-to Celebrity YouTube Gaming Channel". Woods has had the likes of Aleister Black, Matt Riddle, Mia Yim, Tyler Breeze, The IIconcics, Samoa Joe and the majority of the WWE roster on UpUpDownDown. 

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Woods is currently sitting at 1.8 million subscribers and he has a major goal set for the day he reaches 5 million subs. While the New Day were in India along with WWE at the WWE tryouts in Mumbai and doing promotional work for the company, the trio spoke with Sportskeeda. During their conversation, Xavier Woods stated that if UpUpDownDown can get to 5 million subscribers, he'll go to the office of Vince McMahon and ask Vince to be on the show.

Woods: "Milestone, when we hit 5 million subscribers, I'll go knocking on his [Vince McMahon's] door." Woods proposed.

Kingston: "What video game do you think Vince plays?"

Woods: "I think Vince low key loves video games. He's constantly in his office. He's probably got his headset on playing Call of Duty."

Big E: "I feel like because he's older, people would think it's PAC-MAN. But I feel like he's deep on a First Person Shooter."

Woods: He'll probably go, 'You suck at this game. I'm taking over the channel now.'

 

The New Day were uptempo in this interview but they were not pleased last Tuesday when Kofi Kingston was removed from the WWE Championship match at Fastlane and was swapped out for a returning Kevin Owens.

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