Tyrus “Brodus Clay” Net Worth 2022: Approx $2 Million

Tyrus Net Worth 2022

George Murdoch, also known as Tyrus or Brodus Clay, is an American actor, political commentator, and professional wrestler who has a net worth of $2 million. He is best known for wrestling in the WWE as Brodus Clay.


Real Name George Murdoch
Nicknames Tyrus, Brodus Clay
Net Worth: $2 Million
Date of Birth: Feb 21, 1973
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)
Profession: Wrestler, Actor, Political Commentator,
Nationality: United States of America


Early Life & Career

Tyrus was born in Boston, Massachusetts in February 1973. He signed a contract with a WWE developmental territory Deep South Wrestling in 2006 and then competed for Florida Championship Wrestling. Tyrus debuted in the WWE in 2011 and was known as the Funkasaurus. Tyrus wrestled in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) from 2014 to 2017 under the name Tyrus.

He began appearing on The Greg Gutfeld Show on the Fox News Channel in 2016. Tyrus hosted the Fox Nation TV series Un-PC and Nuff Said. Tyrus appeared in the film No One Lives, Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery, and Supercon. He has also appeared in episodes of the TV series Total Divas, Outnumbered, Fox & Friends, GLOW, MacGyver, and more.

In November 2013, Tyrus, who was at the time known as Clay, started a storyline where he became angry and jealous of the debuting Xavier Woods, who “borrowed” Clay’s music and The Funkadactyls for his entrance.

Clay thus began to exhibit more villainous tendencies, such as repeatedly attacking Woods, after he had defeated Woods in a match. At TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, Clay faced Woods’ partner, R-Truth, and continually assaulted Truth instead of going for a win, so Tensai and the Funkadactyls left in protest, and Clay lost the match.

On the next Raw, Clay completed his heel turn by abandoning Tensai to lose their tag match and attacking Tensai after the match. Clay found no immediate success, as he went on to lose to Tensai, Woods, and Truth in singles matches. On the April 17 episode of NXT, Clay would lose by count-out against Adrian Neville in a non-title match. On June 12, 2014, Clay was released by WWE after which he took on a new name – Tyrus


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