Cash Wheeler and Xavier Woods have known each other for a very long time and share an amazing bond. Both men were tag team partners back in the day and now they are part of two different tag teams on two separate pro wrestling companies but are immensely successful.
Cash Wheeler teams with Dax Harwood and are called FTR and ply their trade in AEW. Xavier Woods is a part of the very popular stable known as The New Day alongside Big E and Kofi Kingston. Big E is currently on the RAW brand while Kofi and Woods are on SmackDown. Cash and Dax were also in WWE a few years back and had some great matches with The New Day.
Wheeler and Harwood won the NXT Tag Team Championship twice in WWE and also won the RAW Tag Team Championship twice and the SmackDown Tag Team titles on one occasion. After moving to AEW, they have won the AEW World Tag Team Championship once.
The New Day are 11-time Tag Team Champions in WWE. They won the RAW Tag Team Championship on 4 occasions and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship on 7 occasions.
Wheeler recently posted a throwback picture with long-time friend Xavier Woods. He wrote: “Sometime around 2008? Unable to grow any sort of facial hair. Just two young kids (in tag teams then too) hoping to make some sort of name for ourselves in the wrestling business. I’d say we’re doin’ aight.”
“Now it’s cool to see him and @DaxFTR throw down as one of the best teams out there.” – Xavier Woods’ reaction to Cash Wheeler’s tweet
Xavier Woods responded to the Tweet from his friend and reminisced how both he and Cash were trying to get signed back in the day.
Woods wrote: “Been wrestling @CashWheelerFTR in tag team competition for as long as I can remember. At that point in time we were two kids trying to get signed. Now it’s cool to see him and @DaxFTR throw down as one of the best teams out there.”
Cash ended the conversation with another tweet saying that they will be wrestling each other somehow, someway until the end.
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