Fans gather online to watch UpUpDownDown on a regular basis, but that Xavier Woods created show is not owned by the New Day member at all. WWE owns the show and they control the platform that fans can watch it on as well.

Woods logged onto Twitter to clear things up for fans. He stated that UpUpDowDown is a WWE property. That is why they can’t be on Twitch. After all, Twitch was part of WWE sweeping third party ban that they handed down in late 2020.

For those who have asked – @UpUpDwnDwn is owned by WWE and always has been. Hence why we are allowed to stream on that platform. Unfortunately, at this point in time, we are not allowed to be on twitch but hopefully we are given permission at some point. Hope that clears it up!

Xavier Woods also made it clear that UpUpDownDown is a family. That tweet came after Jessamyn Duke’s WWE release. Duke also commented on her current status and ensured fans that she is not leaving UpUpDownDown despite the fact that WWE owns the show.


This is an interesting situation and it leads us to wonder what will happen when Woods eventually leaves WWE, because nobody really stays forever. For the time being, Xavier Woods seems to be happy in WWE as they continue holding ownership of his video game series.

Xavier Woods is also set to appear as a host on G4 TV, so he has plenty of things in the pipeline.

Do you think WWE should let UpUpDownDown air on Twitch? Sound off in the comments!

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