Brodus Clay (real name George Murdoch) is a professional wrestler currently employed by WWE. Originally, he was featured as a bodyguard for Alberto Del Rio. Due to him filming a movie at the time, he was taken off of TV for a few months and was dropped as Del Rio's bodyguard. He returned and began squashing various jobbers on WWE's online-exclusive show WWE Superstars. After nine consecutive squash victories on Superstars, WWE ran vignettes promoting his return to television on the November 7, 2011 episode of Raw. However, Clay's television return was continuously delayed by authority figure John Laurinaitis to be "next week", with this trend continuing all the way into January 2012. Clay made his television return on the January 9, 2012 episode of Raw as a face with a fun-loving, funk dancing gimmick, with the nickname "The Funkasaurus". Now accompanied by the Funkadactyls Naomi and Cameron and announced as hailing from "Planet Funk", Clay incorporated gyrations and dance moves into his various squash wins on both Raw and Smack Down.As usual, you can find the basics at The Other Wiki.
Actor Allusion: Prior to his wrestling career, he had been a bodyguard for Snoop Dogg, and appeared in a Hot Pockets commercial with him. His first on-screen role in WWE was as Alberto Del Rio's bodyguard.
Ambiguously Bi: Seems pretty cool with his pair of female backup dancers. But there's something to be said for the fact that anytime one of his opponents has attempted to put him in a hold, his response has been (despite his strength) to gyrate his hips and thrust his pelvis until the guy got so uncomfortable he had to let him go.
Boring, but Practical: And running splash might be one of the more boring (technically speaking) finishers in WWE to date, but there's something to be said for jumping and throwing all near-four hundred pounds of yourself onto an opponent's chest. And that 'something said' is usually a 3-count.
Death from Above: His finisher is a running splash to a downed opponent. Let's put that into perspective - a guy that's about 375 pounds goes airborne and lands on the chest of whatever poor sap happens to be fighting him that day. Ouch.
His double team finisher with "Sweet T" Tensai? A double splash tipping the scales at over 750 pounds. Double ouch.
Demoted to Extra: Went undefeated for several months after his Raw debut, including defeating Dolph Ziggler on PPV. Nowadays, he's barely on tv at all, and when he is, he's usually been losing.
Heel Face Return: Though, originally they were going to explain it. Apparently, his Funkasaurus gimmick actually had a link between the monster heel promos and his current form. Clay would have debuted the monster heel gimmick but would turn on Laurinitis (for stalling his debut for so long) and later debut the dancing gimmick.
Recycled Soundtrack: Brodus' face theme, "Somebody Call My Momma", was briefly used in WWE eight years earlier by Ernest "The Cat" Miller. Unfortunately for Brodus, Tazz is no longer around to sing along to the song.
Screw Yourself: Accidentally alluded to, to the groans of the Funkadactyls, but quickly corrected during gamerlive tv's coverage of WWE 13.
Shout Out: Took the name Brodus Clay as one to the man he once guarded, Calvin Cordozar Broadus...otherwise known as Snoop Dogg.
His Tag Team in FCW the Colossal Connection, to the WWE team of the same name from 1989-1990 made up of Andre The Giant and Haku, as his partner Donny Marlow, now known on WWE SmackDown as Camacho, is Haku's son, Tevita Fifita.
Stout Strength: There's a clip on Youtube of Clay during his days as Snoop Dogg's bodyguard benching 600+ lbs.