Xavier Woods Gets Guinness World Record for Gaming Channel

WWE Superstar Xavier Woods’ UpUpDownDown show is the most subscribed-to celebrity video gaming channel according to the Guinness World Records.

Earlier today, WWE shared the news on their official website, about the record. The series began in 2015 and shows Woods playing and talking video games with other members of The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Big E), superstars like Sasha Banks, Tyler Breeze, Bayley and other special guests.

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The channel has gained more than 1.6 million subscribers ever since, leading to the world record achievement.

Woods has shared the excitement with his fans on Twitter.

“What is life?!? ? WE GOT A WOLRD RECORD FOR @UpUpDwnDwn !” read the tweet from his real-life persona, Austin Creed.

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WWE congratulated him on Twitter to which he responded with a crying emoji.

Xavier Woods, along with Kofi Kingston, defeated the Bludgeon Brothers earlier this week on SmackDown Live to become Five-Time WWE Tag Team Champions. Though there were no plans to hand over the titles to The New Day, WWE were forced to take this direction due to a bicep injury suffered by Eric Rowan at SummerSlam.