could someone tell me what the "claw" move is? http://www.shoutwire.com/viewstory/1...ssional_League Halo 2 Players Signed To Professional League On Wednesday June 21, 2006, the first professional video game league, Major League Gaming (MLG), announced it signed Final Boss, the top four person Halo 2 team in the world. Final Boss was signed to a $1 million contract; the MLG also signed player TSquared to a $250 thousand contract. To date these are the largest deals a video game team has ever received, and the first time a team has been offered a multi-year contract to one league. MLG has also signed Red Bull as the leagues official drink. Red Bull is a long time supporter of Final Boss, and MLG is using this fact to create a contract with Red Bull. They hope that by teaming with Red Bull, the brand name will help bring video game leagues more into the mainstream. Team Final Boss has won national championships in both 2004 and 2005; they are undefeated so far this year. The team is known for being very adaptable, and being able to beat other teams even in areas they are most comfortable in. The team is made up of four players. David Walsh is the leader, he is most known for inventing the Claw move which is now used by Halo 2 players worldwide. The team also has twins Thomas and Daniel Ryan who are known for guessing each others moves, and Ryan Danford who is known for being a quiet but strong competitor. TSquared is the nickname of Tom Taylor, who at 19 began his own company to give gamers lessons. He is also the leader of Str8 Rippin, the only team to beat Final Boss in 2005. He lists many young entrepreneurs and celebrities as his idols, and his been the subject of an MTV documentary. MLG has also begun managing 30 other professionals and hopes to continue singing young talent. The goal of MLG is to use young gaming stars to promote gaming and to bring the popularity of gaming more into the mainstream.