Brodus Clay set for surprising WWE return?
WWE has reportedly booked former midcarder Brodus Clay and his old dance partner, Cameron, for WrestleMania 36 weekend.
This is according to a new report from PWInsider. There's currently no word on what, exactly, the duo will be doing, though there's every chance of a full-on reunion for Brodus and his Funkadactyls with Naomi still on the active roster, even if that's the last thing the potential SmackDown Women's Title challenger needs at the moment.
Spots in the WrestleMania battle royals could work well for Clay and Cameron, as WWE has previously used these bouts to bring old faces back for one-night-only appearances (remember Tatanka at 'Mania 32?).
Impact Wrestling took Clay in when he left WWE in 2014, while Cameron has largely been out of wrestling since departing the promotion two years later. She returns to the ring as part of GCW's Effy's Big Gay Brunch show over 'Mania weekend.
This isn't exactly the ideal time for WWE to be bringing Clay back, as his fellow Fox TV personality Britt McHenry is currently suing Fox News after levying sexual harassment claims at the former wrestler, claiming she has suffered "humiliation, emotional anguish, derailment of her career, and significant loss of economic opportunities" as a result of her treatment.
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