I'm not sure, but I did think about that. It seemed as though his infamous Hell in a Cell Match with The Undertaker at King of the Ring 1998 was the bridge between these two sides of the Mankind character. After that crescendo of hardcore, he started getting popular with his goofiness, and of course the whole Mr. Socko thing started up shortly after.Interesting.....
Would there be any difference between the original Mankind character and the goofier Mankind character in terms of MBTI type?
It's kinda like when people say Ralph Wiggum in The Simpsons is INFP: I can't get on board with it, but I can't deny it either.I know, right? There's just something that doesn't feel right about it, yet it's the one that makes the most sense.
I'm with you all the way on that. When I went through The Simpsons MBTI, I was totally confident I would get Lisa Simpson as the INFP. And then it turned out it was Ralph. No offense to the character or anything, but it was kind of insulting. Didn't seem right at all. But then again, Ralph doesn't have the potential to be cynical and jaded the way Lisa can be, so I suppose it's not all bad.It's kinda like when people say Ralph Wiggum in The Simpsons is INFP: I can't get on board with it, but I can't deny it either.
NF get seriously underrepresented as villains, but **** Foley pulled it off well. I think that's what made him such a compelling character.
Bray Wyatt - Psychotic INFJ?
I think that's true of Bray's character.the INFJ would see it as "saving" or "guiding" others with no awareness of malicious intent