The last few months of 2020 have been going great for WWE superstar Xavier Woods.
He returned from an Achilles injury last month to win his seventh SmackDown Tag Team Championship and now, his video game YouTube channel “UpUpDownDown” has won the Esports Award.
Woods has won the Content Creator of the Year Award during the Esports Awards 2020 for his work on “UpUpDownDown”.
Woods has been running “UpUpDownDown” for five years now, launching the channel in 2015. The channel features Woods and his guests playing video games. His guests include WWE performers as well as gaming personalities.
Back in August 2018, the channel got the Guinness World Record for “Most Subscribed-to Celebrity Video Gaming Channel” for having, back then, 1.6 million subscribers. Currently, the channel has about 2.22 million subscribers.
The most recent episode of “UpUpDownDown” was uploaded on Friday evening and was the “UUDD Survivor Series 2020”, featuring two teams of five WWE superstars going up against each other.
Current UUDD champion Tyler Breeze is hoping to retain with his faction LeftRightLeftRight, consisting of Cesaro, Adam, Cole, Tegan Nox, and Dio Maddin challenging Woods’ UpUpDownDown faction. Woods’ team includes AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, King Corbin, and Ember Moon.