UpUpDownDown entertained millions, but there has been a lack of content lately. There is a reason for that and it is quite a story.

According to a report from Fightful Select, “many content creators” on UpUpDownDown stopped making content. This is in solidarity with Xavier Woods. They feel that he is “getting taken advantage of” in the situation.

It is reported that the feeling is that Woods “got a bad deal with UpUpDownDown” They don’t plan on posting any new content until Woods’ deal improves.

Many of the content creators associated with UpUpDownDown has stopped making content for the brand in solidarity with Xavier Woods, as they felt he was getting taken advantage of by a bad deal with UpUpDownDown. We’re told they don’t plan on posting new content until Woods gets a better deal.

WWE owns the UpUpDownDown brand, because Woods sold it to Vince McMahon’s company a few years ago. That allowed him to do a lot more with the channel, but the deal he received wasn’t the best one.

Those that we’ve spoken to on WWE’s Digital end said that they agreed Woods should have been paid more for growing the channel and encouraging more new faces to be involved, completely separate of the acquisition years ago that put it in WWE’s hands.

This is not the end of UpUpDownDown, because they would love to fix this situation and carry on with the fun as planned.

It is also notable that the brand lost some key players with Mia Yim, Tyler Breeze, and Jessamyn Duke getting released. Adam Cole departed on his own, but he was able to say goodbye.

What’s your take on this story? Sound off in the comments!

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