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Brutus clay theme song

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Austin Watson, who is no stranger to the Slapstick Saturday archives due to his barf-o-rama under the TNA banner back in 2009, was eventually brought up by WWE. Watson is now known as Xavier Woods, and he’s juking and jiving his way to the ring with R-Truth.
Woods is doing it to Brodus Clay and the Funkadactyls’ theme song. You remember, the tune from “Somebody Call My Momma.” In reality, Woods is accompanied to the ring by both Naomi and Cameron, which makes a certain Funkasaurus hot under the neck.
It ought to. Clay made his debut in January 2012, performing to the song Somebody Call My Momma, which was the same theme song that Ernest Miller used to dance his way to the ring at the 2004 Royal Rumble. While he lacked the Funkadactyls, he did have Lamont.
Although Miller does not have permission to go backstage and cause havoc, he can use the Internet to vent his frustrations. And he claims that everything Clay did on screen was essentially his formation, according to The O Show (via Wrestle Inc).

Brodus clay theme song

George Murdoch (born February 21, 1973) is an actor, political commentator on cable television, and professional wrestler in the United States. He is best known for his roles as Brodus Clay in WWE and Tyrus in Total Nonstop Action.
Murdoch debuted during the fourth season of WWE NXT, a WWE television show where some rookies were partnered with WWE wrestlers as mentors, after training in WWE’s farm territories Deep South Wrestling and Florida Championship Wrestling. He made his main roster debut as Alberto Del Rio’s bodyguard. The Funkusaurus, a funk dancer boss by Naomi and Cameron, the Funkydactyls, was his gimmick until 2012, when WWE changed it to The Funkusaurus. Before his exit in 2014, he was a part of many WWE storylines and feuds. He went unbeaten for a while, partnering with Lord Tensai, before turning heel. Murdoch competed in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling under the ring name Tyrus from 2014 to 2017.
Since 2016, Murdoch has appeared on The Greg Gutfeld Show and numerous Fox News Channel shows, as well as Fox Nation, FNC’s streaming service, under the moniker “Tyrus.”

Wwe: “funkasaurus” brodus clay theme song – somebody

#3 Jim Johnston’s “Somebody Call My Momma” “Somebody Call My Momma,” which was first credited to Ernest “The Cat” Miller and was featured prominently in the 2004 Royal Rumble, where he and his manager Lamont danced in the ring, has been passed around more than any other song on this list. Christ Benoit and Randy Orton quickly replaced them, and the song quickly faded into the background files. Brodus Clay was reintroduced in a confounding way, not as a monster heel, but as a dancing man smiling from ear to ear, and it saw a huge revival several years later. Clay formed a posse with Tensai (later known as Sweet T) and Cameron and Naomi of The Funkadactyls, who all used the song for their entrances. Surprisingly, The Funkasaurus lost his right to use the theme directly due to a feud with newcomer Xavier Woods, who embraced it as his own for a brief period of time. It hasn’t been seen since Woods last used it, so let’s hope it reappears in the future.

2012: brodus clay 4th wwe theme song – “somebody call

If you’ve watched some WWE programming in the last fourteen months, you’ve probably been astounded by the larger-than-life character known as “The Funkasaurus.” Brodus Clay is recognised for his ear-to-ear grins, his knack for dancing with children after a successful bout, and his similarly oversized tag team partner ‘Sweet T,’ rather than for mauling his victims on a menacingly aggressive streak. But, as of Friday, May 10th, fans will see the character in a whole new light, thanks to WWE Studios’ latest update.
“No One Lives” is an R-rated semi-horror film starring Luke Evans (“Clash of the Titans,” “Robin Hood”) in a plot-twisting suspense thriller in which no one is who they appear. Clay’s ‘Ethan,’ who appears to be more akin to Clay’s dynamically unusual look, is cast in a supporting role as the’muscle’ behind a group of rogue kidnappers. The film tells the story of a seemingly routine robbery and abduction of a couple about to embark on a vacation. However, when we learn that the abducted couple is still trapped in their own hostage situation, viewers are forced to choose between the lesser of two evils. Regardless of the circumstances, we are able to cheer for characters in the war of bad guy against bad guy, which is not all that dissimilar to the setting that Clay is most familiar with.