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Brodus Clay Says The Funkasaurus Was His Favorite Gimmick

Brodus Clay will say something that might just shock you.

Former WWE Superstar Brodus Clay spoke with VOC Nation where he talked about his favorite gimmick, Sweet T  and more.

What Was His Favorite Gimmick? “Funkasaurus. It was a lot of fun. That was a chance to do a character that hadn’t been done in a really long time. Probably not since Junkyard Dog. & to bring fans back into the ring, the interaction, to make them part of it, I enjoyed that. That’s something that I’m always glad I took that risk. I can be tough any day of the week & honestly, the way in America, if you stare at people, you’re automatically tough. That’s not really challenging in terms of acting & like, stepping up, & really challenge yourself. Funkasaurus was the character that I had to step out of my shell & really challenge myself & I had a lot of fun doing it.”

I always thought that it was a fun gimmick, you can’t take it seriously and when he first started doing it, it was definitely fun. However, it got old and once he was a tag team with Sweet T, it was dead from there. That’s my opinion.

Sweet T: “I talk to him all of the time. He’s a trainer now & he’s doing announcing. He’s a great asset to the company. Whatever they ask him to do, he’ll do it well. There’s no question. He’s an all-around great guy.”

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