Xavier Woods is one of the most recognizable faces in all of WWE today. The New Day member is a regular on national television and social media. Plus, he has his own gaming channel with a tremendous following.

Woods took to Twitter to initiate an interesting debate on oceans vs outer space. The King of the Ring 2021 winner asked his followers why there’s more emphasis on exploring Mars instead of the world’s oceans.

Someone smarter than me please help. I read Mars is usually around 140 million miles away from earth. I read that the deepest part of earths ocean is 7 miles from the earths surface. So why is there more emphasis on going to Mars than there is for exploring the rest of the ocean?

Like, it’s literally right here. And who knows, maybe we find things in our ocean that make space travel easier? But 7 miles vs 140 million? Really? I just don’t understand. There has to be an answer that I have just not heard and I’m hoping to find it

Woods’ Wikipedia page states that the WWE superstar has two bachelor’s degrees in psychology and philosophy and is currently pursuing a PhD in educational psychology from Capella University.

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