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WWE News: Brodus Clay vs. David Otunga Announced for No Way out Pre-Show

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Kaleb KelchnerContributor IIIJune 12, 2012

The Funkasaurus is heading to YouTube this Sunday, and he will be taking on the WWE Universe's least favorite lawyer, David Otunga.

Brodus Clay vs. David Otunga was announced for the No Way Out Pre-Show last night on Raw, and WWE.com has the official details:

Weeks after John Laurinaitis banned him from Raw SuperShow, the hard-hitting Brodus Clay will have a chance to take out his frustrations on the Raw and SmackDown General Manager’s right-hand man, David Otunga, at the free No Way Out Pre-Show Sunday. The Pre-Show event will stream live on YouTube.com/WWE, Facebook and WWE.com, starting at 7:30 ET/4:30 PT.

This match bucks the trend of mid-card titles being defended on pay-per-view pre-shows, but still features a solid name in Brodus Clay. 

Although this match isn't anything to call your mama about, WWE's continued effort to deliver a pay-per-view pre-show on the Internet via YouTube, Facebook and their official website is a promising trend.

Live streaming content is a great way to get word of mouth going prior to a PPV going live, and WWE can use all the help they can get selling a show like No Way Out.

I expect Brodus Clay to run rampant all over David Otunga in no time, and leave plenty of time for WWE to show some promos and sell No Way Out one last time to those watching online. 

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