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Xavier Woods reacts to Tyler Breeze being released from WWE

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WWE SmackDown Superstar Xavier Woods took to Instagram to react to Tyler Breeze being released from the company this week.

Breeze and Woods worked together on the UpUpDownDown YouTube channel and have been friends since their time in the FCW developmental brand.

“When I met Tyler Breeze we were in FCW” Xavier Woods began. “We were cool but ended up both being injured once and we would keep each other from going insane by waking up and playing borderlands 2 online together.”

“Through this video game we realized that we were the ying to the others yang” Woods added. “Started talking and hanging out more and realized I was really charismatic but not the best wrestler and he was an amazing wrestler but not the most charismatic.”

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“We fit together like puzzle pieces and began learning from each other. Some coaches told me quite a few times to ‘watch who I hang out with’, ‘distance yourself from that guy’, ‘why would you wanna tag with him? He’s not going to help your career’. Some even tried lying in an attempt to put us against each other” Xavier Woods revealed.

“We never understood it but by never letting anyone ever get to us he taught me how to be better in the ring and I helped him bring out his natural charisma”

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Xavier Woods would finish by confirming that he and Breeze plan to continue to work on their video game platforms together. “We bonded through games, and we will stick together with games” Woods wrote.

It’s currently unknown if Breeze will stay with UpUpDownDown, or if he and Woods will start another separate gaming entity.

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