For the first time since October 15, Xavier Woods will host a gaming stream on WWE's UpUpDownDown YouTube channel tomorrow.
The 2021 King of the Ring will be hosting a stream from G4 headquarters beginning at 5 p.m. Eastern time on Wednesday, December 8.
Woods confirmed the return on Twitter following the announcement from UpUpDownDown.
"Gonna chat with you guys a bit on @UpUpDwnDwn from @g4tv headquarters. Prolly gonna play something as well. Y’all wanna get down on halo or Mario kart?"
Woods and other UpUpDownDown content creators had reportedly been holding out in producing video for the channel until Woods was given a larger financial incentive to do so. It was reported that any income Woods earned from UpUpDownDown and his G4 hosting gig counted against his WWE contract's downside guarantee.
While there is no word of whether or not a new financial agreement has been reached, Woods will produce the first stream for the channel in nearly two months, and the first content of any kind posted to UpUpDownDown since November 3.
UpUpDownDown has 2.27 million subscribers on YouTube.