Mick Foley Shares His Thoughts On Bray Wyatt's Fiend Using His Mandible Claw As A Finisher

Mick Foley Shares His Thoughts On Bray Wyatt's Fiend Using His Mandible Claw As A Finisher

Mick Foley Shares His Thoughts On Bray Wyatt's Fiend Using His Mandible Claw As A Finisher

WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley has spoken about The Fiend using the Mandible Claw as his finisher, and explains why he's happy to allow Bray Wyatt to utilize the nerve hold. Find out more after the jump!

Since returning to WWE as The Fiend, Bray Wyatt has been using the Mandible Claw, a move Mick Foley made famous when he was better known as Mankind. Now, the Hardcore Legend has shared his thoughts on that and why it's nice for him to see Superstars of today taking advantage of some of the things he helped bring to the wrestling business.

"I think it's nice to look at the show and see your fingerprints here and there," Mick says in the video below. "Where, as ten years ago when I left, there were a lot of people who had grown up idolizing Ric, and Shawn, and Bret, and you could see that in the work. So now you have guys like Bray, who told me years ago, 'Look, I'm doing something in a rocking chair,' because he had gotten a rocking chair from an interview that I did for Randy Orton."

"You see it a little bit with Aleister Black and the rocking, and Su Yung, and Rosemary, and I love it; Sami Callihan doing the cactus driver. And so, I feel for Bray because you want a finishing move that you can do to anyone at any time. The mandible claw... is something that is all [Bray's] now."

 
Foley went on to say that he also appreciated Wyatt taking to social media to thank him after that attack on RAW a few weeks back. "People can read between the lines, but even in his tweet - he generally tweets in character and he said, 'I'm sorry, but thank you.' I certainly took that as a nod of appreciation and I like that."

Check out the video below for more comments from the WWE Hall of Famer:

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