REPORT: UpUpDownDown content creators holding out on WWE, want Xavier Woods to receive pay raise

The UpUpDownDown team wants Xavier Woods to receive a pay raise, per report

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Information concerning the lack of new UpUpDownDown content.

There has not been new normal length UpUpDownDown content uploaded to the channel in three weeks. Only two short videos have been uploaded since then and Fightful Select learned that content creators have stopped producing until Xavier Woods a pay raise.

The report reads that while Woods is no longer the owner of the channel, many who create content for it believe he is the driving force behind it on top of founding the channel in 2015. For that, they believe he should be properly compensated for adding new people to the team and growing the subscriber count to 2.27 million.

It is also noted in the report that UpUpDownDown may not be done as a brand and the uploading of new content could resume once the situation is resolved.

WWE is bringing back their Superstar Gaming Series on YouTube this Thursday.

UPDATE: Fightful has corrected their report to indicate that WWE has always owned UpUpDownDown, with Woods having never held ownership.

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