The Fisherman's Suplex is a professional wrestling move, Also spelled as a fisherman's suplex and also known as a cradle suplex or leg hook suplex. With their opponent in a front facelock with the near arm draped over the attacker's shoulder, the wrestler hooks the opponent's near leg behind the opponent's knee with his/her free arm and falls backwards, flipping the opponent onto his/her back. In most cases the attacking wrestler will keep the leg hooked and bridge to pin the opponent in a cradle-like position, as in the case of Curt Hennig's Perfect-plex and Bobby Roode's Pay Off. Val Venis also used this move in the past. Other times the wrestler will apply a leglock submission hold to the hooked leg.