Xavier Woods Would Like AEW Talent On G4, Hopes To Re-Link With DaParty

Xavier Woods began his new venture at G4 host on Tuesday as he re-introduced the gaming channel to the masses.

Woods will continue to play a major role in G4 universe, including hosting a gaming competition series that also involves WWE beginning in 2022.

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Speaking to Mick Joest at Cinema Blend, Woods discussed the possibility of sitting down with not only WWE talent, but talent from other companies, including AEW, on G4.

"Possibly, nothing is out of the window. Being linked to WWE where anything can happen, G4 would be a great place to interact with other wrestling talent from anywhere. So, it would be a great piece of fun to be able to interact with people that I might not be able to interact with otherwise. And G4 is such a good and inclusive place. I was at the studio this past week and it's just incredible to see so many different kinds of faces and people from so many different areas and walks of life, just in the office down to like the social media team. Everybody is different and brings something to the table. So, I’m hoping that it is a means to create more content with more people that you normally wouldn't see us creating content with," he said.

Woods has a long history with top stars in AEW including Adam Cole as he, Cole, Tyler Breeze, and Cesaro would get together every Wednesday for a game of Uno. With Cole joining AEW, DaParty was officially split, but Woods is holding out hope for a reunion on G4.

"I don’t know. I don’t know," Woods said about AEW talent appearing on the show. "I’m hoping that it’s not [out of the question] because I think that it would be a great opportunity to show that when people sit down and break bread together from different places, everybody can win. I’m not sure the ins and outs of things like that, but I am definitely hoping that we see a little bit of [holds up Adam Cole t-shirt]...some of that. So if we can re-link up with some Da Party stuff, that’d be great."

Before landing at G4, Woods built UpUpDownDown, WWE's gaming channel, to over two million subscribers. Content on the channel has slowed due to creators holding out as they felt Woods was being taken advantage of.

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