"I know for me, I kinda like the separation," Brodus said. "I prefer the less of me involved [because] it shows a lot of their personal lives and stuff like that, and I'm not involved in their personal lives at all. Especially like Cameron, whereas Trinity, we trained at FCW together so we know each other a little bit closer. But in terms of personal relationships, like my life is very private when I'm not at work. So I really have no intention of bringing that side of me, and that show seems to be really focused on their home lives and things like that, and I wouldn't be a part of that... It's supposed to be their spotlight, and I wouldn't want to take their spotlight from them."
You can check out the full interview in the video above.
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