Xavier Woods throws subtle shade at The Undertaker for his criticism aimed at WWE wrestlers
When asked about his opinion on the recent era of wrestling, the Phenom said that this generation of wrestlers is too “soft”.
He glorified the days when he was a professional wrestler and said that he misses the time when “men were men”.
The Deadman also took a dig at how the recent generation of WWE wrestlers are playing video games and are obsessed with their looks.
“The product has changed so much and it is kind of soft. There are guys here and there that have an edge to them, but there’s too much pretty and not enough substance right now.”
The Undertaker is, of course, one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. He joined WCW in 1989, and since then, has been a regular in the wrestling. His 34-year-old career was recently brought to close at Survivor Series.
He featured in some of the most iconic matches in wrestling history and was a regular at WrestleMania.
However, the 55-year-old’s thoughts on the new-age WWE wrestlers certainly took a lot of fans by surprise.
Adding to that, he stated that playing video games is better than “[redacted]”.
This was probably a way to imply that the wrestlers of yesteryear were involved in not-so-healthy hobbies and activities. Woods also has a popular gaming channel and things have changed a lot in the world of wrestling.