Will Xavier Woods Walk Away From WWE?
The New Day has had a fantastic few years in WWE since they have been promoted as one of the company’s best tag teams during their time on SmackDown Live, but in recent weeks Kofi Kingston has been the focus of the trio.
This week on SmackDown Live, Kingston was screwed out of his chance to fight for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania when Vince McMahon seemingly changed the rules of the scheduled matchup to allow Daniel Bryan to enter and defeat Kingston.
Xavier Woods and Big E haven’t taken well to their friend being victimized in this way and Woods recently talked about walking away from the company as a result, while appearing at GDC.
“I’m sure you guys saw what happened this past Tuesday to Kofi. We have other things that we enjoy doing. We have other skills. Me, I love video games. I’m a part of this community and I love this community with all of my heart and this community loves me back. That’s a relationship I am willing to be in.”
“So you fully understand that constantly being treated in the way that we, The New Day, have been treated and will most likely be treated from here on out – I just want to say that I appreciate what you did Vince, thank you very much because it has definitely shown me which direction that I need to go in to take care of myself and take care of my family,” he said via Ringsidenews.
Will Sister Abigail Ever Show Up?
Bray Wyatt hasn’t been seen on WWE TV since August last year when his partnership with Matt Hardy came to an end, but the former Wyatt Family member has been cleared to make a return over the past few weeks, as the creative team looks to find something for the former WWE Champion to cling onto.
Luke Harper is also cleared to make his return, but once again the creative team has no upcoming ideas for the former Intercontinental Champion, but the fact that WWE recently fought to secure the rights to Sister Abigail means that there could be a future for The Wyatt Family.
According to a report by Ringsidenews, WWE opposed Tatevik’s attempt to trademark “Sister Abigail” earlier today, which shows that the company wants to hold on to the name and could be thinking of a future Wyatt Family reunion.