The Dance-Lovin’, Bulldozin’ Funkasaurus
Is it funky in here or is it just Brodus Clay?
The only living, breathing Funkasaurus in captivity, the 375-pound dancing machine has descended from Planet Funk on a mission to move booties and mash bodies. Confused? Think of it this way — Brodus Clay is a rump shaker, and his opponents’ backbones are the dance floor.
Hotstepping onto Raw in January of 2012, the boogie man shocked those WWE fans who were expecting the hyped Superstar to be more Hall of Pain than Soul Train. Indeed, the former bodyguard had been a humorless thug during his stint on WWE NXT season four and his brief time in the corner of Alberto Del Rio, but he’s clearly marching to a different tune.
Keeping the beat while he keeps on beating opponents, Clay has barreled through the likes of Curt Hawkins, JTG and William Regal with his signature running splash. It’s the type of performance that demands attention, but if The Funkasaurus’ serious strength and outlandish attitude don’t grab you, his ""Funkadactyls"" — Naomi and Cameron, the two beautiful ladies in skintight catsuits shaking it by his side — certainly will. This trio is bringing some much-needed fun to the ring with their own dance, dance revolution.
Brodus Clay will star in his first movie soon! WWE Studios has teamed with Pathe for "No One Lives," a horror film that debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2012! The movie features The Funkasaurus in his first supporting role. Judging by his typical antics in the ring, we can only imagine what sorts of mayhem Brodus Clay will cause on the big screen.
Got a problem with this dino's funk? Then somebody better call Clay’s momma. And if you don’t know what that means, then you might be in the wrong place. Just don’t tell Brodus.