The WWE has released a video package hyping up the Xavier Woods vs. Finn Balor King of the Ring Finals, and it is awesome.
WWE Releases Awesome Video Package Hyping Up Xavier Woods vs. Finn Balor King of the Ring Finals is a blog post about WWE’s video package for the finals of the King of the Ring tournament.
On Thursday, Xavier Woods and Finn Balor will compete for the WWE King of the Ring 2021 title in the last round of the competition. WWE published a video on Wednesday as part of a new YouTube series called “The Build To,” detailing how both men progressed through the eight-man tournament while stressing why the title is so important to Woods. The video begins with the 11-time tag team champion stating, “For the first time in this business, I feel like I’m getting an opportunity to demonstrate what I’m capable of on my own. This is the most essential aspect of my job.”
Woods advanced to the finals after defeating Ricochet and Jinder Mahal at the Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia, while Finn Balor beat Cesaro and Sami Zayn. Check out the video in its entirety below:
“This is the most significant thing I’ve ever done in my life.”
Follow @FinnBalor and @AustinCreedWins as they battle it out in the 2021 #KingOfTheRing Tournament at #WWECrownJewel TOMORROW. pic.twitter.com/o2S5gMQzdP
October 20, 2021 — WWE (@WWE)
“This means that I not only get to fulfill a long-held ambition, but I also get to show the world that I’m darn excellent at what I do,” Woods remarked later, before to his fight with Mahal. “Do not sleep on me!” he said as he ended the video by staring directly into the camera.
Woods has mentioned several times in interviews why the KOTR is so important to him, since it was the gimmick that initially piqued his interest in wrestling.
“When I see stuff about medieval times and the medieval period, or anything with those sorts of vibes, there’s typically a scenario where the king is challenged to a battle or someone wants to question his authority, or whatever.” In a recent interview with the Into The Danger Zone podcast, Woods stated, “The monarch chooses a champion to fight for him.” “I take it from there that victors don’t have kings.” Kings, on the other hand, have champions. Making kings has greater power than being a champion; a champion serves a king, while a king serves no one. Consider the long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long The Universal Championship, even up to this point. That’s a sizable group.
“The crown is a symbol for me of passing the exam. The Heavyweight Championship is an essential symbol of ascending a mountain and defeating the guy on top. As a professor. I want to be put to the test. My exam, my Scantron, is supposed to write my essay. Allow me to do a presentation in front of the class and put me to the test. Test me to see whether I’ll pass or fail, so I’ll know “He went on to say more. “I don’t believe I’ve earned anything because I haven’t been put to the test in the manner that I believe a king would be. That’s why I’m so desperate for it. Because, sure, having the crown and doing a shtick and all that stuff is great. But, on a more serious note, as a human being like Austin Watson, I want that test so that I may find out. So I’ve gone through everything about The Lord of the Rings and everything else. If, on the other hand, I went out and just underperformed. Okay, that’s OK. I’m aware of the situation now, and I’ll leave it at that. But, say, you want a tie? That, in my opinion, is it. Winning only one game? Anyone can win a single match on any given day, but can they win an entire tournament in one night? This isn’t something that occurs to anybody at random.”
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