The members of The New Day have long held that they want to remain a group for the rest of their careers in WWE, and, in a recent interview with the Post and Courier, Xavier Woods reiterated that:
“New Day’s staying together forever. In the easiest terms, it’s the most fun option for us. Obviously Kofi was killing it already. E was doing well. I wasn’t really doing much. The group has helped me become more recognized and things like that. But you also think about the things that Kofi and me were doing. They’ve gotten way more opportunities as well because of being part of the group. It’s helped all three of make sure that we’re on TV, make sure that we get microphones in our hands, and possibly the most important thing in the company, it’s helped us with opportunities to have amazing matches with other teams that are just as amazing. So when you get to have a Hell in a Cell match, none of us had ever been in that position before. By having this group effort and being able to attack this as a group, we’ve been able to do a lot more than if we were just doing this alone.”
The idea of Woods, Big E, and Kofi Kingston staying together for the entirety of their careers in WWE is just ludicrous enough that it might actually work. Then again, the idea that Vince McMahon would never have the thought to run a breakup angle after all the years they’ve spent together, which would undoubtedly do big business, is hard to fathom.
Perhaps it would be for the best that they remain together, but the reality of the business is such to make it extremely unlikely.