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WWE Superstar Brodus Clay Finds New Calling As Dolphin Saver

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Talk about making lemons into lemonade! WWE superstar, Brodus Clay, was unfortunately one of nine WWE wrestlers to be let go from the organization, but he is not letting this recent firing get him down.

Following Clay’s release from the WWE, he has announced plans to protect dolphins from being captured and slaughtered in Japan, and he doesn’t waste anytime. The wrestler says he has already booked a trip to Japan this summer with plans to protest the dolphin slaughter made known to the world by the Oscar winning documentary, “The Cove”.

The Funkasaurus is sad to see his successful run with the WWE come to a close, but he is excited about future projects, including acting and writing a book. Clay says he would consider wrestling opportunities in Japan, but his main focus for traveling there is to bring awareness to and advocate for the dolphins.

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