King Woods Wins $10,000 For Connor’s Cure Charity By Being A Superior ‘Gang Beasts’ Player, Tells Cesaro To ‘Suck It’

Xavier Woods has done what any person would love to do, play video games at work, won a bunch of money for a good cause and told one of his best friends to suck it.

WWE's 'King', Xavier Woods took part and won G4's: Xfinity 'Streamer Squabble' tournament, earlier today and in the process, won a $10,000 donation to Connor's Cure.

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The tournament was a series of video game events that ended in a game of 'Gang Beasts'. Earlier in the stream, fellow WWE star Cesaro told Woods that he had no shot at winning the trophy, which Woods did.

In a brief response to Cesaro, Woods told the cameras "Cesaro...suck it, nerd! I'm at work playing video games with my friends, I don't need you bringing me down while I'm doing a good job, over here! I'm the Streamer Squabble champion! Whaddup! I get to take home this very expensive trophy and put it with all of my other very expensive trophies, lets go!"

It was announced, last month that WWE and G4 would be partnering in a video game competition, which will be hosted by Woods and begin in 2022. Woods has been an integral part of the revival of G4, which began this past November.

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