One star called Chad Gable the most underrated performer on the WWE roster.
Speaking in a new interview with Superstar Crossover, fellow former tag team champion Xavier Woods was asked who he believed was the most underrated performer on WWE’s roster. Woods chose Gable before speaking about the incredible level of talent in the modern wrestling landscape.
“Chad Gable. There are, there are a lot of very underrated people. And, not to get on a weird high horse, I don’t believe that wrestling like owes you anything. You know, like wrestling is its entity in itself. And we are all trying to be the absolute best that we can be. And we all wanna a shot. We all wanna be on camera. We all want to have these long grueling matches to show everybody how hard we’ve worked and what we’ve been able to do.
“And I think that there, right now, especially right now, not just in WWE but in all of wrestling, I don’t think that there’s been a time where there have been more talented people across the board in this industry ever. And that’s not a slight on the previous generation, but I do believe that the generation that comes before you, it’s their job to help you become the best generation of all time. So it’s our job to make the next generation the best generation of all time so that things get better for the boys, girls, and fans.”
“I Wanna See Chad Gable Get A Spotlight” – Xavier Woods
Continuing, Xavier Woods spoke about the bright future of wrestling before running down Chad Gable’s accomplishments as both an athlete and as a performer.
“So, right now seeing as many people as talented as they are in this industry, it makes me so happy for the future of what we have as pro wrestlers to see people grow.
“But I wanna see Chad Gable get a spotlight because he deserves one. He’s a guy who came in, an Olympic-level wrestler, and fell into this and, and learned it quick and is athletic, agile, smart, creative, all of these things. And so my vote is for Gable. And that’s a very long-winded way to say that.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Xavier Woods addressed The New Day’s hiatus from WWE TV.