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Xavier Woods reveals his plans when WWE career ends

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For Xavier Woods, the WWE superstar with an illustrious career, the question about life beyond the wrestling ring has finally been answered.

Woods, a multi-time Tag Team Champion and former King of the Ring winner has revealed his ambitious post-WWE plans, and they are as exciting as his high-flying wrestling moves’‹.

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Career Highlights: Success in the WWE Ring

Woods’ WWE journey started back in 2010, following a stint in TNA Wrestling and a brief spell in NJPW. Ever since he signed with WWE, Woods has been a stalwart of the ring, winning numerous Tag Team Championships and earning the prestigious title of King of the Ring.

His most recent TV match took place on the May 15th, 2023 episode of RAW, where he fought valiantly, albeit in a losing effort, against Dominik Mysterio’‹.

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Xavier Woods and The Next Chapter: Transitioning to G4

In a revealing interview on the INSIGHT with Chris Van Vliet podcast, Woods shared details about his retirement plans.

He candidly admitted that he envisions a future with G4, a popular television network, once he hangs up his wrestling boots.

This decision is not surprising, considering Woods’ outgoing personality and his natural affinity for entertainment, which extend beyond the wrestling ring’‹.

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Striking a Chord: Pursuit of Music

As intriguing as his decision to transition into a television career is, it’s not the only thing on Woods’ retirement radar. In addition to his upcoming stint on G4, Woods is also focusing his attention on the musical field. Specifically, he is currently learning to play the bass with the goal of becoming a studio bassist:

‘Definitely G4 is the job that I’m going to be transitioning into once I’m done. I’m also learning bass as well. I have aspirations to be a studio bassist. So for all you artists in the next five or seven years, hopefully by the time you guys are big, I understand how to play bass and you hit through Atlanta, I’ll play the bass for your album.’

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