Wednesday, July 26, 2023

WWE's Xavier Woods Reportedly In Talks to Reboot 'Nick Arcade'

Could there a reboot of Nickelodeon's classic '90s gameshow Nick Arcade on the horizon?

Nick Arcade on Nickelodeon GAS

While chatting with Josh Martinez on the Superstar Crossover podcast, WWE superstar Xavier Woods mentioned that he’d like to host a reboot of Nick Arcade, adding that - without saying too much - he may have already had talks with Paramount Global and Nickelodeon!

There was this show on Nickelodeon called Nick Arcade. I want to host the new Nick Arcade. That’s the big goal.

So without saying too much, I mean, we may have been talking. We may have been talking. But it’s always good to put the goals out there, keep yourself accountable.

Woods is no stranger to Nickelodeon, having hosted the Nickelodeon’s Treasure Truck special in December 2021 and taking part in a Double Dare WWE special in 2019.

Nick Arcade pitted two teams of two against each other, guiding the avatar Mikey around a game board. New squares could unlock trivia questions, puzzles, automatic points or, naturally, video game challenges. The games featured included classics such as Sonic the Hedgehog, Battletoads and Gradius 3. Nick Arcade turned out 84 episodes across two seasons in a run that lasted from January to November 1992, but lived a long afterlife in reruns. Hosted by Phil Moore, the series was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.

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Originally published: July 26, 2023.

Original source: POST Wrestling.

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