Standing at 6 ft 8 with a crazy mane of hair and a full beard, Brody looked crazy and to many he was. He was a true maverick of the ring, both in the ring and out. His erratic style baffled and intrigued fans and opponents alike. Outside of the ring, he could be a promoter’s nightmare, often refusing to do jobs or changing plans on the fly. Even with the bridges he burned, Bruiser Brody never seemed to have trouble finding work as he was always a huge draw and a fan favorite. Brody was actually a very accomplished wrestler and though he primarily brawled, he was capable of performing in any style of match and his ring psychology was very good.
Sadly, Brody may be best known for his tragic ending where he was stabbed to death by the hands of a fellow wrestler, Jose Gonzales. Bruiser Brody left behind a handful of imitators and a style that forever changed the business. As the bridge he may have burned with the WWE may be forgotten, it is not impossible for Brody to receive a posthumous induction.