The Best of UpUpDownDown

Recently, for those unaware, the WWE began UpUpDownDown, a gaming channel on YouTube, and they assigned Xavier Woods (real name: Austin Creed) as the host. It’s gold. It’s all gold. Especially when they manage to get a wrestler you’d never expect to see playing video games on camera, such as Rusev.

I was sold on this whole channel, as soon as I saw his debut.

Is that not one of the greatest things you’ve ever seen?

Another great show came when Seth Rollins joined Xavier Woods to play “Turtles in Time.” During it, Rollins tells a hilarious story about his rage ruining a game of Madden, and Woods talks about how when he met Kevin Nash, the first thing he asked him about was his time as Super Shredder.

In this video, the crew holds another Street Fighter IV tournament. This time, there’s no Rusev, but there is some Sasha Banks.

That’s a fair trade, if you ask me.

The Boss for The Brute.

I’ll take that any day.

Okay, I’m only going to drop two more videos in this article. If you want more, you’ll have to check out UpUpDownDown on YouTube.

The first video shows Adrian Neville and Xavier Woods taking each other on in “Rocket League Showdown,” which is that game where you play soccer with cars. Watch Neville in this one. Watch him try not to get mad.

He doesn’t want to get heated, because it’s a video game, but he can’t quite help himself.

Finally, this is the funniest video that’s been produced for the channel.

In it, Xavier Woods and Big E (a.k.a. Big Wool, because he’s a heavy sweater) play the horror game, entitled “Five Nights at Freddy’s 4.”

It’s amazing. I’m not telling you anything else. Just. Hit. Play.

If you’re interested in seeing more of this channel, then click right HERE, right meow.

Oh, and in honor of this fantastic channel, my closing words are simple:





PS: I originally wanted to keep the amount of videos in this article to five, and his simply didn’t make the cut, but now that I think about it – I can’t leave out Sizzle. I have to show Damien Sandow some love.

Walter Winchester