Xavier Woods is having the time of his life as a WWE Superstar, but he knows that career can’t last forever. It is very important to have a backup for any pro wrestling aspirations. Woods has a new goal now.

Woods has been getting really good at the bass guitar. WWE even implemented that into the New Day’s bits, replacing his trombone. That is something that he wouldn’t mind trading when it comes to careers as well.

While talking to Chris Van Vliet, Xavier Woods revealed that he would like to become a studio musician when his time in the ring is over. He really thinks that there is a future for him in the music business as well.

“G4 is the job that I’m going to transition to once I am done being a bump boy. But also I am learning bass guitar, I have aspirations to be a studio bassist. Hopefully in the next 5 to 7 years. It’s music, so there are components that I already understand with playing trombone. That part is easy, I’ve got the music theory. Translating it to bass has been fun. All of your favorite songs are driven by a bassline. It feels good to play and to spread positive energy.”

Xavier Woods has improved dramatically since he learned how to play bass guitar. He even dedicated a song t Mickie James after her release. We’ll have to see if WWE keeps letting him play on television.

Woods has a lot of goals for his career and he’s still going strong. That new G4 TV show is also on the horizon for the New Day member. Obviously, he has a few career options available to him at this point.

What do you think about Xavier Woods leaving pro wrestling for music? Sound off in the comments!

Thanks to Wrestle Talk for the quote

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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