Former WWE Superstar and IMPACT star to release a memoir

Former WWE Superstar Brodus Clay, who was also known as Tyrus (real name George Murdoch) in IMPACT Wrestling is releasing a new book on December 14, 2021.

The new book – Just Tyrus: A Memior, will be released by Simon & Schuster Publishing, and is available now for pre-order.  The list price for the book is $28.00 in hardcover. 

Murdoch, under the name of Tyrus appeared on last night’s edition of Grunberg on FOX News to make the announcement. 

He is currently a Fox News contributor. He joined the network in 2016 and regularly contributes to the cable news network’s late night program Gutfeld! which airs each weeknight at Midnight ET. 

Murdoch also signed to the National Wrestling Alliance under the in-ring name of Tyrus.

The description of the book from the publisher is below:

Pro wrestler and political commentator Tyrus goes deep into his wild but triumphant life story, from his painfully dysfunctional upbringing to bodyguarding for Snoop Dogg, to becoming a wrestling icon and one of the most provocative on-air voices today.

The product of a 1970s mixed marriage, George Murdoch learned to fight early in life, fending off both race-baiting bullies and the demons of a dysfunctional home. Couch surfing all through high school and most of college, the quick-witted, sharp-tongued giant played football, ran drugs, and bounced at clubs to try to survive. After a false start with the WWE, he eventually became Snoop Dogg’s bodyguard and traveled the world with the hip hop legend, biding his time and honing his rap. When the WWE urged him to return, George became “Brodus Clay” and, for the next several years, reinvented himself numerous times under the watchful mentorship of the legendary Dusty Rhodes, “the American Dream.” He was eventually christened “Tyrus,” and shortly after, a chance social media encounter with Greg Gutfeld at Fox News resulted in Tyrus finding a new skill: sage social commentator. Ferociously funny, blunt, and tenacious, Just Tyrus traces his unlikely and spectacular rise. As always with Tyrus, it’s in-your-face and offers no apologies.